After an eventful 2017 for alternative rock outfit VISTA, the band has announced their first tour of 2018, “The Bloodlust Tour”. The month-long run consists of 25 dates, spanning across the US Northeast, Midwest, and South. “The Bloodlust Tour” will also feature Florida rockers Brightside as direct regional support for 8 southern dates, from 7/9 – 7/17. The band has teased that there will be new music played, an all-new set, new merch items, and a “Long Live” one year anniversary show in their hometown (Long Island, 7/19). Limited VIP packages will be made available in select cities via individual ticket link, which will be announced in the coming weeks. Since the completion of their last tour, “The Oasis Tour” in November 2017, VISTA has been in the studio with ZK Productions (Mayday Parade, Set It Off, Chapel) working on new material, although no official release timeline for new music has been announced.


An electronically-tinged alternative rock band, NY-based outfit VISTA originally formed in late 2015. Comprised of lead vocalist Hope Vista and guitarist Greg Almeida, the band combines both modern alternative rock and electronic influences to create their unique anthemic sound. VISTA released their debut 4-track EP “VERSUS” shortly after their original inception, in which their debut single “On The Brink” debuted worldwide on idobi radio. Their name hasn’t been shy in the press, since; the band has garnered praise from outlets such as Alternative Press, Rock Sound, Substream, and AXS.  In 2017, VISTA released their highly anticipated sophomore EP “Long Live,” featuring the lead single “Allegiance, played at Irving Plaza, gained idobi rotation with their single “Henchmen”, and completed  two headlining tours “Long Live” immediately made its’ way onto three different iTunes Alternative charts, including peaking at #10 on the top selling $5.99 albums, and sparked the completion of two promotional tours, in August and November, respectively. “The Bloodlust Tour” kicks off on June 25th in New Hampshire. Tickets are available via their website or Bandsintown.

6/25 – Bungalow – Manchester, NH
6/26 – Stamps – Buffalo, NY 
6/27 – The Cave – New Haven, CT
6/29 – Smiling Moose – Pittsburgh, PA 
6/30 – The Outpost – Kent, OH
7/1 – Skully’s Music Diner – Columbus, OH
7/2 – Irving Theater – Indianapolis, IN 
7/3 – Wire – Chicago, IL 
7/5 – Amsterdam Bar & Music Hall – Saint Paul, MN
7/6 – The Riot Room – Kansas City, MI
7/8 – Vanguard – Tulsa, OK
7/9 – The Dirty 30 – Dallas, TX
7/10 – Super Happy Fun Land – Houston, TX
7/11 – Masquerade – Atlanta, GA
7/12 – The Haven – Orlando, FL 
7/13 – Nighthawks – Jacksonville, FL
7/14 – The Wilbury – Tallahassee, FL 
7/16 – Imurj – Raleigh, NC
7/17 – The Boulevard Tavern – Charleston, WV
7/18 – Sidebar – Baltimore, MD 
7/19 – Revolution – Amityville, NY 
7/21 – Connie’s Ric Rac – Philadelphia, PA 
7/22 – Brighton Bar – Long Branch, NJ 
7/23 – Patterson Creations – Attleboro, MA
7/24 – Gold Sounds – Brooklyn, NY

VISTA: “Long Live” stream link










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