Shane Smith and the Saints
**EVENT HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED**
Due to the inclement weather in the Houston area, we have decided to reschedule the Shane Smith & The Saints concert scheduled for Friday 2/19/2021. Our number one priority is and always will be the safety of our concert guest, staff, and entertainers. After close evaluation of the current situation, we believe that rescheduling the concert for April 9th was in the best interest of everyone involved.
If you have already purchased tickets to the concert you can use your purchased tickets on the rescheduled date of April 9th. If you can not make the rescheduled date feel free to send us an email to Info@Valortix.com for a full refund. We hope everyone is staying safe and warm as possible. And we hope to see your beautiful smiling faces on April 9th or sooner.
Valor Entertainment & District 249 Management
On the opening track of Shane Smith & the Saints’ new Hail Mary LP, “Heaven Knows,” singer and guitarist Shane Smith lays bare the last four years of his band’s journey. “We set our sails for deeper seas, heaven knows what we will find,” he sings.
Since releasing their last prior album, 2015’s Geronimo, the Austin, Texas, five-piece have plunged ever deeper into their adventure as a touring band. Hundreds of shows a year in more than 40 different states and on three different continents, including visits to Ireland and Malaysia, have brought them to the 10 stormy tracks that make up Hail Mary, which will be released June 28th.
Now three albums and nearly 10 years into their career, Shane Smith & the Saints are ready to go for broke. “It pretty much summarizes where we are as a band and where I am as an individual after pursuing this for practically the last decade,” Smith says of Hail Mary. “We’re a scrappy group of guys and this is more or less one of those moments where we’re really trying to put it all out there. We’re trying to give it our best shot on this record.”
“WE SET OUR SAILS FOR DEEPER SEAS, HEAVEN KNOWS WHAT WE WILL FIND”