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Pretenders Add Second Show @ Goodyear Theater In Akron Featured

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The Pretenders have added another show in Akron, after their first one, set for July 23 at the Goodyear Theater, sold out.

Presales for the second show on July 24, begin Wednesday, March 27 at 10am. All remaining tickets will be released to the general public on Friday, March 29 at 10am. Complete details at thepretenders.com.

The upcoming live run will further be highlighted by an array of US stadium dates as special guests of Foo Fighters, including New York, NY’s Citi Field (July 17), Cincinnati, OH’s Great American Ball Park (July 25), Minneapolis, MN’s Target Field (July 28), Denver, CO’s Empower Field at Mile High (August 3), Los Angeles, CA’s BMO Stadium (August 11), Portland, OR’s Providence Park (August 16), and Seattle, WA’s T-Mobile Park (August 18).
 
From there, The Pretenders will embark on an eagerly awaited, nearly sold-out EU/UK headline tour, including shows in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Poland, France, and the United Kingdom, culminating October 28 with a sold-out show at Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall.
 
The Pretenders’ epic live schedule follows last year’s release of the legendary band’s acclaimed new studio album, Relentless, available now via Rhino Records on standard black vinyl, limited edition baby pink vinyl, CD, and digital download. 
 
Produced bymultiple Grammy Award-nominee David Wrench (Courtney Barnett, David Byrne) at the famed Battery Studios in Willesden, North West London, Relentless marks the second consecutive full-length songwriting collaboration by founder Chrissie Hynde andPretenders guitarist James Walbourne following 2020’s acclaimed Hate For Sale
 
Relentless was met by critical praise around the world, with MOJO hailing its “persistently brilliant songwriting...surely how Chrissie Hynde always wanted The Pretenders to sound.” “The new prime of Chrissie Hynde,” declared Uncut while Record Collector affirmed the collection in a five-star rave as quite simply “the best Pretenders album in 20 years.” 

 

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