The Dear Hunter announce support, 2nd NYC show and more!

By popular demand, The Dear Hunter have confirmed a second show at New York’s Highline Ballroom on their upcoming tour with a string quartet. The new date is on September 5th, the day before the previously announced September 6th show. Support has also been confirmed for the East Coast dates: Brian Marquis will open the first date in Pawtucket, Rhode Island; and Laura Stevenson will open the New York and Philadelphia shows. Full dates listed below.

The Dear Hunter will stream a portion of one of their final rehearsals for the string quartet tour on Sunday, September 1st. The time of the streaming performance will be determined soon; fans should watch for more information.

The band has also posted a stream of a special acoustic version of “Shouting at the Rain,” from their new album Migrant, at Migrant was released in April by Equal Vision Records, debuting at #57 on the Billboard 200 album chart and top 20 on the Rock, Alternative and Independent charts.

The Dear Hunter will join Transatlantic, Jon Anderson (of Yes), King’s X, Spock’s Beard and other artists on the Progressive Nation at Sea cruise festival, sailing from Miami to Great Stirrup Cay and the Bahamas from February 18-22, 2014. More information can be found at

Additionally, The Dear Hunter frontman Casey Crescenzo is planning an exciting announcement about an upcoming musical project for mid-August. Stay tuned to, Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter!

24 — Salt Lake City, UT — X96 Big Ass Show *

4 — Providence, RI — The Met Cafe ** (not seated)
5 — New York, NY — Highline Ballroom **
6 — New York, NY — Highline Ballroom **
7 — Philadelphia, PA — Union Transfer **
9 — Vienna, VA — Jammin Java #
12 — Detroit, MI — Crofoot Ballroom **
14 — Chicago, IL — Riot Fest ^
15 — DeKalb, IL — The House Cafe #
17 — Minneapolis, MN — The Varsity Theater **
18 — Kansas City, MO — Riot Room #
21 — Denver, CO — Riot Fest ^
26 — San Francisco, CA — Regency Ballroom **
28 — Pomona, CA — Fox Theatre **

February 2014
18-22 — Miami, FL — Progressive Nation at Sea cruise

* = radio show
** = headline show with string quartet
# = Casey Crescenzo solo show
^ = festival performance with string quartet