Haim Tour Schedule
The three sisters making up Haim have been making music together for some time but in recent
years have really been making waves in the music industry. One of the more impressive aspects of Haim's rise to success is
that most of it has come without the support of a major record label deal but rather through word of mouth and impressive
performances at concerts and as an opening act for bigger artists. Having grown up together, the girls in Haim have an unmistakable
chemistry when performing live that always adds up to a great show. Fortunately for music lovers everywhere, Haim is heading
out on tour and you have the chance to see what all the buzz is about.
Haim have several exciting concerts lined up
in 2014. They will be part of the Coachella Festival held from April 11th through the 13th and again from the 18th through
the 21st in Indio, California, as well as the Big Guava Music Festival in Tampa from May 2nd through 4th, and the Sasquatch
Festival in Gorge, Washington which is held May 23rd through May 25th and July 4th through July 6th. In addition to the festival
dates, Haim has a Spring and Summer tour that will see the sisters performing in San Francisco, Pomona, Las Vegas, Houston,
Austin, Dallas, Tulsa, Nashville, Miami Beach, Atlanta, Carborro, Washington D.C., New York City, Boston, Upper Darby, Toronto,
Chicago, Minneapolis, Denver, Salt Lake City, and Vancouver.
About the Artist
The girls in Haim grew up
in the San Fernando Valley listening to classic Seventies rock songs with their parents and early on performed as a family
band, and even had a song on the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards soundtrack called Valli Nation which they recorded as the
Valli Girls. For a while all of the sisters pursued different musical avenues and education before they finally came back
together to form Haim. Each of the three sisters plays more than one instrument but typically Danielle provides lead vocals
and plays lead guitar while Este plays bass and Alana plays rhythm guitar, keyboards, and percussion. The girls played several
shows supporting Kesha, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes, and the Henry Clay Band and started to really build a following.
They recorded and released a debut EP, Forever, which they had available for a while on their website. The EP combined with
a killer set at South by Southwest earned Haim a record deal with independent label National Anthem who re-released Forever.
They have performed with Primal Scream, Kid Cudi, Major Lazer, Santigold, and appeared on Saturday Night Live in 2013. In
late 2013 Haim released their full length debut Days Are Gone which earned them universal praise and comparisons to Fleetwood
Mac. In addition to Forever, Haim has released an additional EP, iTunes Festival: London 2012.
group gained some attention upon the release of their first EP and after making an appearance at South by Southwest which
resulted in the vinyl re-release of the album, but it was another festival that really put the ladies on track to becoming
superstars. After appearing at the Glasonbury Festival, Haim had once again wowed audience members with their impressive set
and began to receive international acclaim. The result of the performance was signing with Jay-Z's management group Roc Nation
and their performance earned a top spot in the Sound of 2013 poll y the BBC.
You have been
waiting for months for this night to come and finally as the lights lower you begin to see Haim taking the stage. The crowd
erupts in applause as the group picks up their instruments and approaches the mic. A hush falls over the crowd as Haim thanks
them and launches into a fan favorite like Forever, Don't Save Me, Falling, The Wire, If I Could Change Your Mind, Bette,
or Let Me Go. The crowd once again erupts and sings and dances along to hits throughout the night. Always one to surprise
the crowd, perhaps Haim sprinkles in some new songs throughout the set, or decides to play some cover songs. This is your
chance to see one of the hottest indie folk singers on the scene today and she definitely exceeds expectations. Wherever and
whenever she performs, Haim has an ability to connect with the audience and seduce with their voices that is not always found
in modern pop music. Do not miss the chance to see Haim when they hit your town.
As a teenager
in the 1970s, the Haim sisters' mother won an episode of The Gong Show singing a rendition of a Bonnie Raitt song, which shows
that they have music in their very blood. Along with the influences of their singer mother, they also grew up on a steady
diet of classic rock from their drummer father, making them a wicked combination of talent that comes pouring out on their