Tiny Moving Parts Shares North American Tour Dates


Credit: @tinymovingparts on Instagram

Midwest emo band Tiny Moving Parts has announced a handful of tour dates spanning the western US and Canada later this summer. The 15-date run kicks off on August 14 in Winnipeg and includes two Seattle dates and two Portland dates. The tour wraps up in Casper, Wyoming, on September 3.

The insanely talented Minnesota-based band has already been around the world this year in support of their self-titled album, released in August 2022. They started the year off touring Australia and then headed straight to Asia for a short run that included sold out shows in Tokyo. Shortly after, they covered the eastern half of the US and Canada, selling out Chicago’s Cobra Lounge along the way.

Now, they’re back to bring their unique sound to the western half of North America, and considering the two-date runs in multiple cities, they’re in high demand. Tickets are on sale now and you can grab yours here.

Credit: @tinymovingparts on Instagram

Tiny Moving Parts Canada/US 2023

8/14 – Winnipeg, MB @ West End Cultural Centre
8/16 – Saskatoon, SK @ Black Cat Tavern
8/17 – Calgary, AB @ Modern Love
8/19 – Edmonton, AB @ The Buckingham
8/21 – Vancouver, BC @ Fox Cabaret
8/22 – Seattle, WA @ The Funhouse
8/23 – Seattle, WA @ The Funhouse
8/25 – Portland, OR @ Mano Oculta
8/26 – Portland, OR @ Mano Oculta
8/28 – Albany, CA @ Ivy Room
8/29 – San Francisco, CA @ Three Parkside
8/30 – Los Angeles, CA @ El Cid
9/1 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court
9/2 – Denver, CO @ Globe Hall
9/3 – Casper, WY @ Oil City Brewing

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