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Indie Pop Icons Metric Return to San Antonio with Latin Rockers Zoé


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If you were at the Metric show at the Pearl stables back in 2013 and smelled weed, that was definitely me. But can you blame me wanting to enhance a rare experience like watching Metric in an unconventional venue space like the Pearl Stables of all places? #worthit

Anyway, the Canadian four-piece are headed back to San Antonio with Latin rockers Zoé as part of their co-headlining tour across the U.S. next year. The two rock bands will be joined by special guest July Talk, supporting on all dates.

Toronto rockers Metric will be touring behind the release of their highly-anticipated new album, Art of Doubt, released this past Friday. The Latin rock band, meanwhile, was recently nominated for three Latin Grammys, including Best Alternative Music Album for Aztlán and Best Alternative Song for their single “Azul.” Fans can expect a night of incredible live music from both bands known for their cool, rhythmic sounds, amazing guitar melodies and persuasive vocals.

The 27-city tour will kick off February 11 in Cleveland and will make stops in Brooklyn, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Chicago and more, but not before stopping down in the Alamo City for a show at the Aztec Theatre on Tuesday, February 26, 2019.

Tickets ($40-$76) are on sale now and can be purchased here.
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