According to Pulse of Radio Twenty One Pilots kick off the first North American leg of their massive Emotional Roadshow trek on Tuesday night (May 31st) in Cincinnati. As the duo prepares to roll out their biggest stage show to date, drummer Josh Dun told us that he and frontman Tyler Joseph want to give their fans the best show they can.
- Tickets for all 48 North American tour dates on this run are sold out. The summer jaunt will conclude with a two-night stand on August 10th and 11th at New York’s Madison Square Garden.
- The band will hit Europe in the fall then return for a second North American leg early next year, starting on January 17th, 2017 in Providence, Rhode Island.
- Twenty One Pilots is touring behind its fourth and biggest album to date, Blurryface, which features the Number One modern rock hits “Stressed Out” and “Ride.”
- Meanwhile, during their performance of “Car Radio” at a BBC Radio One festival in the U.K. over the weekend, Twenty One Pilots’ show was cut short by promoters when Tyler Joseph climbed the stage they were playing on.
- Organizers said in a statement on Twitter, “The safety of our artists is always our first priority. Sadly we felt there was a risk & had to cut @twentyonepilots short. We’re sad too.”
CHECK IT OUT: Watch footage of Tyler climbing the stage and the duo’s show being cut short: