DAY26 Announce “A New Day – 10 Year Anniversary Tour”


Day26 announce their “A New Day” 10 Year Anniversary Tour!

Since being introduced on MTV’s “Making the Band,” the R&B group have had a roller coaster career, but they are back together and beyond excited to celebrate their 10-year anniversary with fans.  The 16-date U.S. tour is slated to kick off April 22 in Fresno, Cali and travel to cities including Oakland, Portland, Denver, St. Louis, Atlanta, Houston, Phoenix and more before wrapping up July 2 in Philadelphia.

While fans can expect the group to perform favorites off their first 2 albums, DAY26 and Forever In A Day, the R&B quintet are also prepping for the release of their new album, A New Day, which is coming soon via 826 Boyz and Empire Music.

Day26 first gave their fans a taste of the album with the single “4 Shots.” The club banger was produced by Edimah Entertainment, who is also the album co-executive producers.

“This journey has been a roller coaster consisting the ups and downs, but we thank God for his vision with Day26,” says group member Willie Taylor. “For he is the almighty, and we just thank him for this next chapter of our lives. This tour is about to be electrifying, inspiring and just none stop entertainment!!”

See the full tour itinerary below.


APR 22 – Fresno, CA – Fulton 55
APR 26 – Oakland, CA – The Complex
MAY 02 – Portland, OR – Paris Theatre
MAY 06 – Denver, CO – The Roxy
MAY 08 – Kansas City, MO – Riot Room
MAY 09 – St Louis, MO – Firebird
MAY 17 – Cleveland, OH – The Odeon
JUN 02 – Atlanta, GA – Tabernacle
JUN 06 – Dallas, TX – Trees Dallas
JUN 07 – Houston, TX – Warehouse Live (Studio)
JUN 15 – Phoenix, AZ – Monarch Theatre
JUN 17 – San Diego, CA – The Music Box
JUN 18 – Carson, CA – The Sol Venue
JUN 24 – Sacramento, CA – Harlow’s
JUL 01 – Baltimore, MD – Soundstage
JUL 02 – Philadelphia, PA – Coda

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