Grammy-award winning rock band Switchfoot will release a 3-song digital EP titled Fading West EP on September 17 on Atlantic Records/Word. The EP will feature tracks from the upcoming full-length album, Fading West, set for release on January 14th, including “Who We Are,” “Love Alone Is Worth the Fight,” and “Ba55.” A special physical edition of the EP will be available only on Switchfoot’s fall tour and will feature “Fading West,” a bonus track that will not be included on the full album.

Switchfoot’s 43-city fall tour will begin September 20th in St. Louis, MO and fans will have the unique opportunity to screen the band’s new feature film, Fading West, which will serve as the opening act of the show. Part rock documentary, part surf film, and part travelogue, Fading West offers rare glimpses of the longtime surfers on their boards and in the waves, captures the frenetic energy of their live shows, and in the end portrays a journey both epic and intimate.



Sep 20 St. Louis, MO Missouri Baptist University

Sep 21 Kansas City, MO Midland Theater

Sep 22 Minneapolis, MN Northwestern College

Sep 23 Minot, ND Minot State University

Sep 25 Chicago, IL Copernicus Theatre

Sep 26 Des Moines, IA Hoyt Sherman

Sep 27 Mt. Olive, NC Mt. Olive College

Sep 28 Grand Rapids, MI Calvin College

Oct 1 Nashville, TN Franklin Theatre – SOLD OUT

Oct 2 Ft. Wayne, IN Indiana University of Ft. Wayne

Oct 3 Cincinnati, OH The Underground

Oct 4 Detroit, MI Royal Oak

Oct 5 York, PA Penn State

Oct 6 Glenside, PA Keswick Theatre

Oct 8 Boston, MA Wilbur Theatre

Oct 9 New York, NY The Gramercy Theatre

Oct 10 New York, NY The Gramercy Theatre

Oct 16 Charlottesville, VA Paramount Theatre

Oct 17 Washington DC Sixth And I Synagogue

Oct 18 Elizabeth City, NC Mid Atlantic Christian University

Oct 19 Elkins, WV Davis Elkins University

Oct 20 Atlanta, GA Center Stage

Oct 23 Vero Beach, FL Vero Beach PAC

Oct 24 Jacksonville, FL Florida Theater

Oct 26 Houston, TX Reliant Arena

Oct 27 San Antonio, TX Trinity University – Laurie Auditorium

Oct 28 Waco, TX Baylor University

Oct 29 Lubbock, TX City Bank Auditorium

Oct 31 Denver, CO Colorado Christian University

Nov 1 Aspen, CO Belly Up

Nov 2 Albuquerque, NM Lobo Theater

Nov 3 Phoenix, AZ Grand Canyon University

Nov 5 San Diego, CA Balboa Theatre

Nov 6 Los Angeles, CA The Fonda

Nov 7 Santa Cruz, CA Rio Theater

Nov 8 Santa Barbara, CA The Luke Theater

Nov 9 Chico, CA El Rey Theatre

Nov 13 Eugene, OR McDonald Theatre

Nov 15 Seattle, WA Moore Theatre

Nov 16 Newberg, OR George Fox University

Nov 17 Yakima, WA Capitol Theatre

Nov 18 Missoula, MT University Theatre (UMT)

Nov 23 Longview, TX Le Tourneau University

Nov 24 Abilene, TX Abilene Christian University