The Band Perry To Preview New Album Via Pop-Up Shows In March

The Band Perry. Photo: Steven Klein

The Band Perry will give fans in select cities a first hearing of the trio’s pop album My Bad Imagination via a series of nine pop-up shows in March. The album, the trio’s first via a new deal with Interscope Records, features the single “Stay In The Dark.”

The first show in the pop-up series will be held March 5 at Atlanta’s Terminal West. Additional concert locations include New York City’s Irving Plaza (March 7), Boston’s The Sinclair (March 9), Philadelphia’s Theatre of Living Arts (March 11), Toronto’s Mod Club (March 12), Chicago’s Lincoln Hall (March 15), Denver’s Gothic Theater (March 18), Los Angeles’ El Rey (March 20) and San Francisco’s Great American Music Hall (March 22).

Each show will feature a pop-up shop with collectors-edition merchandise designed by the trio.

A pre-sale for tickets for My Bad Imagination Pop Up Shows will launch Thursday, Feb. 16 at 10 a.m. local time for 24 hours. Pre-sale information can be found by visiting The public ticket on sale will begin Friday, Feb. 17 at 10 a.m. local time.

My Bad Imagination is an album with a ton of layers and surprises for our fans,” said Kimberly Perry. “Our fans have stuck by us over the past year while we’ve been quietly creating our new music, and now we want to get close to them as as we can to start listening and moving to these new sounds together.”

“We want our fans to see and feel as much as they hear My Bad Imagination, so we’ve created this series of pop up shows in some of our favorite small rooms around the country to give them the first look at the designs and music that have led us to this moment of growth for our band,” said Reid Perry.

“We’ll show it to the rest of the world next,” said Neil Perry. “But this moment is about the family coming together to celebrate a birthday, a new day, the future.”


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