Lifehouse and Switchfoot Unite for the First Time on “Looking for Summer” Tour

Rock fans across North America can look forward to Lifehouse & SWITCHFOOT together for the first time on the “Looking for Summer” Tour, delivering 30+ shows to venues across the U.S. and Canada. The tour kicks off July 23 at the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver, CO and will run into the fall, culminating at The Masonic in San Francisco on September 10. Up-and-coming songstress Brynn Elliott will open every night of the tour. 

Pre-sales for the Lifehouse and SWITCHFOOT fan clubs begin today as early as 11am, with additional pre-sales rolling throughout the week, including Citi card member pre-sale (Tuesday, April 4 @ 10:00am), Facebook pre-sale (Wednesday, April 5 @ 10:00am), Spotify pre-sale (Wednesday, April 5 @ 10:00am), and Live Nation pre-sale (Wednesday, April 5 @ 10:00am). General on-sale beginning Friday, April 7 @ 10:00AM at For complete ticket information, visit

“We are amped to announce that we are going on tour with LIFEHOUSE for the first time ever” said SWITCHFOOT co-founder and lead singer Jon Foreman. “We’re calling it the “Looking for Summer” Tour and we can’t wait to sing these songs with you.” 

It was in 2001 when the Los Angeles-based Lifehouse first broke through in a big way when “Hanging by a Moment,” from No Name Face, spent 20 weeks in the Top Ten, and won a Billboard Music Award for “Hot 100 Single of the Year.” Since then, the band has released six more albums, three of which made the Billboard Top Ten, sold over 15 million records worldwide and spun off such hit singles as “You and Me”, “First Time”, “Whatever it Takes”, “Broken”, “Halfway Gone”, “Between the Raindrops” and “Hurricane.”  Lifehouse’s 7th album, Out of the Wasteland, debuted at #1 on the independent album charts in 2015. 

SWITCHFOOT’s latest album, Where The Light Shines Through, released on July 8th, 2016 via Vanguard Records.  Where The Light Shines Through is the band’s tenth album and the first since 2014’s highly acclaimed Fading West. The album was self-produced in collaboration with John Fields, who helmed the multi-platinum breakthrough The Beautiful Letdown.


Sunday, July 23 Denver, CO Fillmore Auditorium

Tuesday, July 25 Cedar Rapids, IA McGrath Amphitheater

Wednesday, July 26 Columbus, OH Express Live

Saturday, July 29 Huber Heights, OH Rose Music Center at The Heights

Sunday, July 30 Rochester Hills, MI Meadow Brook Amphitheatre

Wednesday, August 2 Toronto, ON Rebel (formerly known as Sound Academy)

Friday, August 4 Hampton Beach, NH Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom

Saturday, August 5 Portland, ME Maine State Pier

Sunday, August 6 Philadelphia, PA The Fillmore

Wednesday, August 9 Boston, MA House of Blues – Boston

Thursday, August 10 Asbury Park, NJ Stone Pony Summer Stage

Saturday, August 12 Brooklyn, NY Ford Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk

Sunday, August 13 Vienna, VA Wolf Trap

Tuesday, August 15 Baltimore, MD Pier 6 Pavilion

Wednesday, August 16 Cincinnati, OH Taft Theatre

Friday, August 18 Nashville, TN  Carl Black Chevy Woods Amphitheater at Fontanel

Saturday, August 19 Williamsburg, VA Busch Gardens Williamsburg

Tuesday, August 22 Greensboro, NC White Oak Amphitheatre at Greensboro Coliseum Complex

Friday, August 25 Miami, FL Bayfront Park Amphitheater

Saturday, August 26 Orlando, FL Orlando Amphitheater

Sunday, August 27 Jacksonville, FL Daily’s Place

Tuesday, August 29 Highland Park, IL Ravinia Festival

Wednesday, August 30 Indianapolis, IN Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park

Friday, September 1 DuQuoin, IL DuQuoin State Fair

Sunday, September 3 Springfield, MO Gillioz Theater

Monday, September 4 Irving, TX The Pavilion at Irving Music Factory 

Tuesday, September 5 Houston, TX House of Blues – Houston

Friday, September 8 Las Vegas, NV Mandalay Bay Beach

Saturday, September 9 Los Angeles, CA Greek Theatre

Sunday, September 10 San Francisco, CA The Masonic

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