The band is supporting Guns N’ Roses at a few shows this summer

Dirty Honey live [Credit: Matt Bishop]
Dirty Honey [Matt Bishop/The Rock Revival]

Dirty Honey are hitting the road this fall on a full headlining tour. The run kicks off October 18 at The Regency Ballroom in San Francisco and wraps up on December 15 at The Hawthorn in St. Louis. The band will be accompanied by very special guest Austin Meade.

Artist Presale begins this Wednesday, August 16 at 10am local time HERE using the password: BRAKES. The presale runs through Thursday, August 17 at 10pm. General tickets go on sale this Friday, August 18 at 10am.

Additionally, Dirty Honey will serve as special guests for Guns N’ Roses on several stadium tour stops in North America beginning on August 29 in Charlotte. Last month, Dirty Honey have revealed the first taste of their upcoming new album with punchy single “Won’t Take Me Alive.” The band’s highly anticipated sophomore LP Can’t Find the Brakes arrives this fall.

Produced by Nick DiDia (Rage Against The Machine, Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam), Dirty Honey recorded the new track this past April at DiDia’s Byron Bay, Australia studio. Frontman Marc LaBelle says, “…the best riff I’d heard in the last decade. The song is full of sex and swagger, but it’s still got the heaviness and the fun that Dirty Honey’s all about.”

“‘Won’t Take Me Alive’ was an instrumental idea I demoed on bass, drums, and guitar at my home studio,” said guitarist John Notto. “I brought it to the band, we wrote a new chorus, and it was basically finished that quickly. Nick [DiDia] rented some vintage amps and really helped me get the raunchy sound and attitude I wanted for the riff.”

Dirty Honey 2023 tour

August 27 Rolling Hills Casino, Corning, CA (support for Bush)
August 29 Spectrum Center, Charlotte, NC (support for Guns N’ Roses) 
September 1 Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY (support for Guns N’ Roses) 
September 6 Rupp Arena, Lexington, KY (support for Guns N’ Roses) 
September 16 MMRBBQ, Freedom Mortgage Pavilion, Camden, NJ 
September 20 Mississippi Coast Coliseum, Biloxi, MI (support for Guns N’ Roses) 
October 18 The Regency Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 
October 19 Ace of Spaces, Sacramento, CA 
October 21 The Observatory North Park, San Diego, CA 
October 22 The Nile Theater, Mesa, AZ 
October 24 The Studio at the Factory, Dallas, TX 
October 25 RISE Rooftop, Houston, TX 
October 27 The Beacham, Orlando, FL 
October 28 Ponte Vedra Concert Hall, Ponte Vedra, FL
October 29 The RITZ Ybor, Tampa, FL 
October 31 Buckhead Theatre, Atlanta, GA 
November 1 The Underground, Charlotte, NC 
November 3 Rams Head Live!, Baltimore, MD 
November 4 HMAC, Harrisburg, PA 
November 5 Asbury Lanes, Asbury Park, NJ 
November 7 Théâtre Beanfield, Montreal, QC CANADA 
November 8 Danforth Music Hall, Toronto, ONT CANADA 
November 10 The Vogue, Indianapolis, IN 
November 12 Bogart’s, Cincinnati, OH 
November 13 Concord Music Hall, Chicago, IL 
November 15 Liberty Hall, Lawrence, KS 
November 16 Summit, Denver, CO 
November 17 The Depot, Salt Lake City, UT 
November 19 The Sand Dollar Downtown, Las Vegas, NV 
November 20 The Belasco, Los Angeles, CA 
November 24 Knitting Factory, Spokane, WA 
November 25 Roseland Theater, Portland, OR 
November 26 The Showbox, Seattle, WA 
November 28 Knitting Factory, Boise, ID 
December 1 Bourbon Theatre, Lincoln, NE 
December 2 Uptown Theater, Minneapolis, MN 
December 4 The Rave II, Milwaukee, WI 
December 5 The Castle Theatre, Bloomington, IL 
December 7 Saint Andrew’s Hall, Detroit, MI 
December 8 Elevation, Grand Rapids, MI 
December 9 House of Blues, Cleveland, OH 
December 11 The Bluestone, Columbus, OH 
December 13 Brooklyn Bowl, Nashville, TN 
December 14 Mercury Ballroom, Louisville, KY 
December 15 The Hawthorn, St. Louis, MO