Twenty One Pilots announce additional fall tour dates
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The American duo Twenty One Pilots have just made their fall tour a little bigger. The band has added five new headlining concerts to their schedule, which can all be viewed below.

Twenty One Pilots will begin their extensive fall tour in Washington, and it will wrap up with their newly announced concert on Oct. 30 in Milwaukee at the Eagles Ballroom. Opening up for Twenty One Pilots during their fall tour will be Echosmith. Tickets for all of their upcoming concerts can be purchased here.

Two of their other newly announced concerts take place in Texas, and both shows revolve around their performance dates at the 2015 Austin City Limits Music Festival (ACL). Along with performing during both weekends of this year's ACL they will also be at the Life is Beautiful Festival in Las Vegas.

All of their extensive touring will in support of the band's newly released studio album Blurryface. The official Billboard placement of the album will not be revealed until tomorrow, May 27. Their previous album Vessel landed at No. 58 on the US Billboard 200 albums chart. That was the first time any of their albums made it onto that chart.

Five songs from Blurryface have cracked the Top 35 on the US Billboard Hot Rock Songs. Their most successful single from the album thus far is "Tear in My Heart." The current single is "Stressed Out." Last month they released an official music video for that song, and already it has been viewed over 4.5 million times.

Twenty One Pilots - Summer / Fall 2015 Tour Dates:

May 23 – Quincy, Wash., Gorge Amphitheatre (Sasquatch! Music Festival)
June 6 – Mountain View, Calif., Shoreline Amphitheatre (Live 105 BFD)
June 7 – Cincinnati, Ohio, Sawyer Point (Bunbury Music Festival)
June 14 – Manchester, Tenn., Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival (Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival)
July 31 – Montreal, Quebec, Parc Jean Drapeau (Osheaga Festival)
Aug. 2 – Chicago, Ill., Grant Park (Lollapalooza)
Sept. 8 – Washington, D.C., Echostage
Sept. 9 – Washington, D.C., Echostage
Sept. 11 – Philadelphia, Pa., Festival Pier
Sept. 12 – Boston, Mass., Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
Sept. 13 – Toronto, Ontario, The Phoenix Concert Theatre
Sept. 15 – New York, N.Y., Hammerstein Ballroom
Sept. 16 – New York, N.Y., Hammerstein Ballroom
Sept. 18 – Columbus, Ohio, Schottenstein Center
Sept. 19 – Rochester, Mich., Meadow Brook Music Festival
Sept. 20 – Indianapolis, Ind., Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn At White River State Park
Sept. 22 – Kansas City, Mo., Starlight Theatre
Sept. 23 – Papillion, Neb., Sumtur Amphitheater
Sept. 26 – Magna, Utah, Saltair Pavilion
Sept. 27 – Morrison, Colo., Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Sept. 29 – Tulsa, Okla., Brady Theater
Oct. 1 – Dallas, Texas, South Side Ballroom
Oct. 2 – Houston, Texas, Bayou Music Center

Oct. 6 – Atlanta, Ga., The Tabernacle
Oct. 7 – Atlanta, Ga., The Tabernacle
Oct. 8 – Lake Buena Vista, Fla., House Of Blues
Oct. 11 – Oklahoma City, Okla., Diamond Ballroom
Oct. 13 – Phoenix, Ariz., Comerica Theatre
Oct. 15 – Los Angeles, Calif., Greek Theatre
Oct. 16 – San Diego, Calif., Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
Oct. 17 – Oakland, Calif., Fox Theater
Oct. 20 – Sacramento, Calif., Ace Of Spades
Oct. 22 – Portland, Ore., McMenamins Crystal Ballroom
Oct. 23 – Vancouver, British Columbia, The Vogue Theatre
Oct. 25 – Garden City, Idaho, Revolution Concert House & Event Center
Oct. 28 – Sioux Falls, S.D., The District
Oct. 29 – Saint Paul, Minn., Myth
Oct. 30 – Milwaukee, Wis., Eagles Ballroom