Power Trip Announce Additional Live Dates

Power Trip Announce Additional Live Dates

- By Ramon Gonzales

Following the announcement of their set at No Values Festival, the new configuration will perform in both Dallas and New York later this year.

Photo by Adam Cedillo

UPDATE (3/1/24) - Power Trip has announced the supporting bands set to join their headlining shows in both Dallas and New York. Ceremony and fellow Texans Frozen Soul will add to the festivities while Mil-Spec & Tyrant’s Might will open the hometown Dallas set. Public Acid and The Final Agony have been tapped to kick off the evening in New York. 

See the original story below. 

The current configuration of crossover champions Power Trip has unveiled plans to perform additional shows with special engagements set for their hometown of Dallas and a play in New York later this year. The news arrives following the confirmation of the band's first official gig at No Values Festival set for June 8th in Pomona, CA. 

The confirmation marks the first official shows since the tragic passing of beloved frontman and advocate, Riley Gale. While the band did in fact perform an unannounced set back in December for an impromptu gig in Austin, their spot at No Values will be the first billed showing for the band with Seth Gilmore of Skourge and the Blake Ibanez-led Fugitive on vocals. 


In addition to their set at No Values, Power Trip has confirmed a special hometown play in at The Factory in Deep Ellum in Dallas set for July 6th. The next month, Power Trip will make their way to New York for a set at Knockdown Center. 

Power Trip shared of the news, “It feels right playing our songs with Seth, who’s been a long time figure in Texas hardcore, and we’ve had the pleasure of watching and playing alongside his bands since the origins of Power Trip. We’re grateful for his dedication to this project and can’t wait to see everyone.”

Seth Gilmore spoke about taking an active role in celebrarting the life and legacy of Riley, “I’m honored to have the opportunity to contribute to the legacy of Power Trip and deliver these songs to the fans of past and current generations. I would not be who I am today without the massive influence that both the band and its members have had on my life, and I look forward to celebrating their work alongside them while giving it my all to honor the spirit of Riley’s memory.”


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