Go Betty Go
Go Betty Go Announce Tour, Warped Tour Celebration Dates
Los Angeles punk band Go Betty Go has announced a March tour in celebration of their first album, 2005's "Nothing Is More," which will be pressed into vinyl for the first time.
The Latina quartet, whose bilingual songs went from being heard in local venues to stages like the Warped Tour and South By Southwest in the early 2000s, will tour with pop-punk band The Dollyrots on a string of dates that will take them to San Antonio, Tempe, Ariz., San Diego, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and more throughout the month.
"Excited to announce that our first album "Nothing Is More" is finally seeing a vinyl pressing courtesy of Wiretap Records later this Spring," the band said on Facebook. "So very cool to see it getting its first vinyl pressing 14 years later."
Go Betty Go had recently released "Nothing Is More" and set off on a tour when lead singer Nicolette Vilar unexpectedly quit. However, the band reunited in 2012 and released 2015's Reboot, playing shows and touring every now and then since then.
The band was also recently announced as part of the lineup for the Warped Tour 25th Anniversary Celebration on July 20 and 21 in Moutain View, Calif.
"FOREVER WARPED: we are honored to be part of the Vans Warped Tour Anniversary celebration events!" the band tweeted out.
For more info on the tour and the vinyl pressing, go to the band's website.