Andrew W.K. Maps Out 50-State ‘The Power of Partying’ Speaking Tour

Andrew W.K. Maps Out 50-State ‘The Power of Partying’ Speaking Tour

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Andrew W.K., hard rocker turned political party activist, will spread his positive thinking mindset with a new 50-state speaking tour.

From the looks of it, the tour – dubbed the Power of Partying – will carry a similar message to the one espoused by W.K. in his chat with Rock Cellar Magazine a few months ago regarding his political party, the Party Party.

It’s all very simple, really, and focuses on positive thinking and focus in our lives. From the press release:

Presented by The Party Party, each evening will be an intimate celebration of discussion, a pep rally for the inner spirit, and an optimistic look at the overwhelming intensity of life. The tour sees Andrew continuing his eternal mission to defend and promote human joy, and the never-ending collective search to find truth through partying.

Said the man himself about the outing:

“This is not a political party rally, it’s a rally about partying with the political elements set aside,” insists Andrew. “This is my attempt to add something positive and unifying to the divisive atmosphere surrounding us in so many different forms. Without targeting or preaching to any one side, I want to see if we can party together in our common humanity. We will have a party about being people.”

For more, visit his website. Here’s the full slate of speaking engagements:

Sept 15 — Chicago, IL — Revolution Brewing Tap Room
Sept 22 — Austin, TX — The North Door

Sept 29 — Honolulu, HI — The Republik

Oct 01 — Anchorage, AK — The Tap Root

Oct 03 — Seattle, WA — Neumos

Oct 04 — Portland, OR — Revolution Hall
Oct 06 — Jackson Hole, WY — Pink Garter Theatre
Oct 07 — Bozeman, MT — The Eagles Ballroom

Oct 08 — Boise, ID — Neurolux

Oct 09 — Salt Lake City, UT — Urban Lounge

Oct 11 — Englewood, CO — Gothic Theatre

Oct 13 — Las Vegas, NV — The Bunkhouse Saloon
Oct 14 — Mecca, CA — Desert Daze
Oct 17 — Phoenix, AZ — Phoenix Masonic Temple
Oct 19 — Santa Fe, NM — Meow Wolf

Oct 21 — Norman, OK — Opolis

Oct 22 — Wichita, KS — Barleycorn’s

Oct 23 — Omaha, NE — Waiting Room

Oct 24 — Sioux Falls, SD — Icon Lounge

Oct 25 — Fargo, ND — Sanctuary Events Center

Oct 26 — Saint Paul, MN — Turf Club

Oct 27 — Madison, WI — High Noon Saloon

Oct 28 — Des Moines, IA — Temple Theater

Oct 29 — St. Louis, MO — The Ready Room

Oct 30 — Little Rock, AR — Revolution Music Room
Oct 31 — Baton Rouge, LA — Manship Theatre

Nov 1 — Oxford, MS — Proud Larry’s

Nov 3 — Nashville, TN — Marathon Music Works

Nov 4 — Birmingham, AL — Saturn

Nov 5 — Athens, GA — 40 Watt Club

Nov 6 — Tallahassee, FL — Club Downunder

Nov 7 — West Columbia, SC — New Brookland Tavern

Nov 8 — Carrboro, NC — The ArtsCenter

Nov 9 — Richmond, VA — Capital Ale House

Nov 10 — Charleston, WV — Labelle Theatre

Nov 11 — Louisville, KY — Zanzabar

Nov 12 — Bloomington, IN — Rhino’s Youth Center

Nov 13 — Detroit, MI — Masonic Temple Chapel

Nov 14 — Cleveland, OH — Capitol Theatre

Nov 16 — Philadelphia, PA — Trinity Center for Urban Life

Nov 17 — Washington, D.C. — Black Cat

Nov 18 — Baltimore, MD — Soundstage

Nov 19 — Arden, DE — Gild Hall

Nov 20 — Brooklyn, NY — Music Hall of Williamsburg

Nov 21 — Asbury Park, NJ — House of Independents

Nov 25 — Burlington, VT — First Unitarian Church

Nov 26 — Portland, ME — SPACE Gallery

Nov 27 — Portsmouth, NH — 3S Artspace

Nov 28 — Boston, MA — Paradise

Nov 29 — Hamden, CT — The Space

Nov 30 — Providence, RI — Columbus Theatre

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