The two groups are coming together to headline a tour next year. Here’s what we know so far.

The Postal Service and Death Cab for Cutie are coming together for an exciting 2023 tour next fall. On the tour, the pop-indie group and American rock group will be performing their 2003 albums in full. This will include The Postal Service’s “Give Up” and Death Cab’s “Transatlanticism.”

Check out the announcement video here on YouTube.

This will be one of the first live Postal Service performances in over 10 years. The tour will begin in September and continue through the fall. Starting September 8 in Portland, Maine, the tour will be running on the East Coast in the U.S. As well, this epic tour will consist of singer Ben Gibbard reuniting with both bands that he was a part of.

The Postal Service

This was an American indie pop group that was originally formed in Seattle, Washington. The group consisted of singer Ben Gibbard, producer Jimmy Tamborello, and Jenny Lewis (background vocals).

Death Cab for Cutie

Death Cab for Cutie is an American rock band that was created in Bellingham, Washington, back in 1997. Originally a solo project by Ben Gibbard, the band now consists of Gibbard, Nick Harmer, Dave Depper, Zac Rae, and Jason McGerr.

Tour Dates

Check out the 2023 U.S. tour dates below:

September 8: Portland, Me. (Cross Insurance Arena)
September 9: Kingston, R.I. (The Ryan Center)
September 10: New Haven, Ct. (Westville Music Bowl)
September 12-13: Boston (MGM Music Hall)
September 14: Washington, D.C. (Merriweather Post Pavilion)
September 17: Detroit (Meadow Brook Amphitheater)
September 20: New York (Madison Square Garden)
September 21: Philadelphia (Mann Center)
September 24: Minneapolis (Armory)
September 26-27: Denver (Mission Ballroom)
October 3: Phoenix (Arizona Financial Theatre)
October 4: Las Vegas (Chelsea Ballroom at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas)
October 7: Seattle (Climate Pledge Arena)
October 10: Berkeley, Calif. (Greek Theatre)
October 13: Los Angeles (Hollywood Bowl)

Published by HOLR Magazine.