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Real Estate Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 316,925
Category Alternative, Indie
Concerts
May
16
White Oak Music Hall
Houston
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May
17
Scoot Inn
Austin
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May
18
Tannahill's Tavern & Music Hall
Fort Worth
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May
20
The Truman
Kansas City
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May
21
Delmar Hall
Saint Louis
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May
22
The Whirling Tiger
Louisville
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May
23
The Basement East
Nashville
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May
24
The Orange Peel
Asheville
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May
25
Haw River Ballroom
Saxapahaw
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May
26
Variety Playhouse
Atlanta
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Aug
09
Outlandia Festival 2024
Bellevue
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Aug
09
Outside Lands Festival 2024
San Francisco
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Sep
24
Trabendo
Paris
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Sep
25
Het Depot
Leuven
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Sep
26
LOGO
Hamburg
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Sep
28
Debaser Hornstulls Strand
Stockholm
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Sep
29
Lille Vegas
Copenhagen
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Sep
30
Lido
Berlin
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Oct
01
TivoliVredenburg
Utrecht
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Oct
03
Hackney Church
London
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Oct
04
Stylus
Leeds
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Oct
05
Newcastle University Students' Union
Newcastle Upon Tyne
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Oct
06
The Garage
Glasgow
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About Real Estate
A band for 15 years now, with a half-dozen records to its canny name, Real Estate knows how the press cycle inevitably goes: Someone somewhere at last had a realization about what their songs needed to say and how they should sound, so (at least according to brief biographies like this one) they finally made the best album of their career. But here’s the thing: Real Estate has been so consistently compelling for those 15 years, with their coruscant indie rock shuffles perfectly reflecting the spellbinding glow of suburban ennui, that they know when they have done it. That is, they know when they have written songs that shimmer and fetch and radiate despite or because of the gloom lurking in their grooves. It is the gift and curse of self-awareness, of sticking together since childhood. So Real Estate, in turn, needs you to know that Daniel—their sixth full-length album, recorded in an ebullient nine-day spree in RCA Studio A, in Nashville with celebrated producer and songwriter Daniel Tashian—is quite possibly their best album. In 11 compulsively tuneful songs, they connect the uninhibited wonder of their earliest work with the earned perspective of adulthood. What more could you need from Real Estate at 15? Martin Courtney knew he wanted to write a pop record, a set of instantly accessible songs where the chorus arrived in, say, the first 40 seconds. During the last decade, or essentially since making Atlas, Real Estate did what was only natural for any beloved and freshly aging indie rock institution: They gently pushed back against praise as an effortlessly melodic and quietly radiant band. Colors darkened. Textures curdled. Songs stretched toward the six- and even seven-minute mark. But what if, as Courtney and cofounder Alex Bleeker often say these days, they again just “Let Real Estate be Real Estate,” to shimmer and fetch and radiate without hesitation or second guesses? Courtney actually learned of Tashian through his daughter, who adored an album he’d produced, Kacey Musgraves’ Golden Hour. The band reached out and spotted an instant connection despite their distinct wheelhouses—the Grammy-winning Nashville country-pop guy who’d helmed several smashes and the Northeast indie rock quintet with narcotic guitars. Real Estate had never really worked with anyone who wasn’t already a bud. There in Dave Cobb’s famous Nashville lair, Tashian was not shy with his outsider advice about how to boost this song or that one, even playfully throwing the occasional candy bar to emphasize he wanted to hear more. Real Estate had been thinking about R.E.M.’s Automatic for the People and ’90s “soft-rock radio,” the background music of their youth. Tashian helped lead them back toward it, toward an improved edition of the less self-conscious band they’d been at the start. Daniel certainly sounds like classic Real Estate, simply leveled up with the subtle but unabashed touches of a producer who has actually lived inside pop powerhouses. The chiming guitars and plaintive verses of “Haunted World” summon the band that first emerged to acclaim in 2009, with Courtney doing his best to sing his way around existential confusion. But in the chorus, dexterous instrumental harmonies (that’s Nashville ace Justin Schipper on pedal steel) and faint backing vocals propel the song anew, its tight hook snagging in a second. Tashian suggested they fortify the refrain, and he was right. Or there’s the marvelous thrum of “Airdrop,” with Bleeker’s busy bass and Sammi Niss’ insistent drums pushing Courtney into the wistful chorus as if he’s riding a hang glider. “The sun went down/We let it,” he sings four times to end the song, the lines essentially built to be cooed back at him from a crowd. “Never been so contented/I won’t ever forget it.” That’s Real Estate’s long-relatable smiling sadness, lifted in proper Music City style. Listen, too, for Real Estate’s squiggly versions of classic Nashville licks during “Flowers,” where the mercury of pedal steel and the twinkle of a Wurlitzer illuminate acoustic strums like stars in the night sky. A song of dislocation and constancy, it’s a reminder of the common way we use music no matter the genre or scene—to find our way forward. Daniel is a complete string of these compulsive moments: the crisscrossed harmonies of “Water Underground,” the delightful sway and rise of “Market Street,” the enchanting but deceptive simplicity of “Interior.” Real Estate manages the rarest of pop tricks here—to sound effortless but be artful, with all the flourishes and tricks tucked so smartly into songs that you only spot them when you unpack what makes all the tunes so winning and sticky. But this, of course, is not the Real Estate of their MP3-blog salad days. Four members are married, with Niss in a long-term relationship. There are actual kids in the equation now. And the world outside has darkened considerably in 15 years, in all those ways that require no recounting here. Time and again, Daniel wrestles with that juxtaposition—external alienation and madness, internal responsibility and hope. These are songs of confusion, of trying to find a way to be present and better in broken times. “Now and then, I can pretend the sun is shining,” Courtney admits during “Freeze Brain,” the keys of Matthew Kallman and guitars of Julian Lynch framing a lambent haze around him. “Let’s let some light in.” Ain’t that the struggle, to find some joy despite all the forces that filch it from us? In Nashville, all five members of Real Estate shared a rental, cutting up in close quarters after the imposition of separation of these last few years. Several days into recording, they were discussing album titles when someone suggested “Daniel,” simply because it seemed funny to bestow a human name upon a record. Was it for Daniel Tashian? Maybe. Was it a nod to The Replacements’ Tim? Possibly. Was it the sign of a band that has now been around long enough to take its music seriously without taking itself or its perception too seriously? Absolutely. Daniel is a record of wonderful pop songs, its string of hooks and stream of worry irresistibly connected in the way few bands have ever done better than Real Estate. But perhaps just as important, it is an expression of the self-acceptance that can come with maturity, with realizing it’s enough to be who you want to be. “What is it that you want to hear? There’s only so much time,” Courtney croons during “You Are Here,” Daniel’s ingenious and strutting finale. “Best we can do is be happy here/Sing another line.” It is a mission statement for Real Estate at 15, a reminder that they are the band of their childhood dreams and that is cool. To that end, they’ve never been better at being Real Estate than they are right now, on Daniel, their new best album yet.
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Genres
Alternative, Indie
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What fans are saying
george
5 / 5
The band has solidified themselves as one of the greatest alternative groups and songwriters with this new album and their performances to follow.
El Club Detroit, MI
Apr 08, 2024
Alfonso Reynaldo
3 / 5
I liked the band, great atention on The music box, but for me oversaled venue. Too much people for that space.
The Music Box San Diego, CA
Feb 18, 2020
Alexis
5 / 5
Awesome show! Sounded incredible and were funny in between songs. Came back for a four song encore, unreal!
Crescent Ballroom Phoenix, AZ
Mar 11, 2024
Augustino
5 / 5
AMAZING SET. So happy to finally have seen them perform in an amazing venue no less.
Old Town School of Folk Music Chicago, IL
Jul 11, 2023
Lisa
5 / 5
They sound just like their records! Great show!
The Urban Lounge Salt Lake City, UT
Jun 04, 2019
Crazy gurl
5 / 5
ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL AMAZING GROOVES WERE OVER BEARING
Union Transfer Philadelphia, PA
Apr 17, 2024
Ryan
5 / 5
Great show. Great playlist.
Capital Ale House Richmond, VA
Sep 06, 2018
Tim
4 / 5
there wasn't enough jamming
Columbus Theatre Providence, RI
Jun 17, 2018
Brad
4 / 5
Melodious. Glorious. Cool venue
The Bellwether Los Angeles, CA
Mar 15, 2024
Briana
5 / 5
Super great live performance
The Fox Theater Oakland, CA
Feb 26, 2018
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Real Estate Tour Cities
Houston, TX San Francisco, CA Austin, TX Asheville, NC Bellevue, NE Saxapahaw, NC Utrecht, Netherlands Nashville, TN Stockholm, Sweden London, United Kingdom Louisville, KY Leeds, United Kingdom Copenhagen, Denmark St. Louis, MO Hamburg, Germany Leuven, Belgium Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom Paris, France Glasgow, United Kingdom Berlin, Germany Kansas City, MO Atlanta, GA Fort Worth, TX

Frequently Asked Questions About Real Estate

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Real Estate on tour?

Yes, Real Estate is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Real Estate concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Real Estate tour is scheduled for 23 dates across 23 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Real Estate scheduled to play?

Real Estate is scheduled to play 23 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Real Estate tour start?

Real Estate’s tour starts May 16, 2024 and ends on Oct 06, 2024. They will play 23 cities; their most recent concert was held in Houston at White Oak Music Hall and their next upcoming concert will be in San Francisco at Outside Lands Music Festival.

What venues is Real Estate performing at?

As part of the Real Estate tour, Real Estate is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

May 16 - Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall
May 17 - Austin, TX @ Scoot Inn
May 18 - Fort Worth, TX @ Tannahill's Tavern & Music Hall
May 20 - Kansas City, MO @ The Truman
May 21 - Saint Louis, MO @ Delmar Hall
May 22 - Louisville, KY @ The Whirling Tiger
May 23 - Nashville, TN @ The Basement East
May 24 - Asheville, NC @ The Orange Peel
May 25 - Saxapahaw, NC @ Haw River Ballroom
May 26 - Atlanta, GA @ Variety Playhouse
Aug 09 - Bellevue, NE @ Falconwood Park and Hullabaloo Music Group (formerly Sokol Park)
Aug 09 - San Francisco, CA @ Outside Lands Music Festival
Sep 24 - Paris, IDF @ Trabendo
Sep 25 - Leuven, Flemish Brabant @ Het Depot
Sep 26 - Hamburg, Germany @ LOGO
Sep 28 - Stockholm, Sweden @ Debaser Hornstulls Strand
Sep 29 - Copenhagen, Denmark @ Lille Vegas
Sep 30 - Berlin, 16 @ Lido
Oct 01 - Utrecht, Netherlands @ TivoliVredenburg
Oct 03 - London, ENG @ Hackney Church
Oct 04 - Leeds, PIK @ Stylus
Oct 05 - Newcastle Upon Tyne, England @ Newcastle University Students' Union
Oct 06 - Glasgow, Scotland @ The Garage
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