What’s in store for the Road House moving to Portsmouth?
After an extended hiatus, the Roadhouse will move to Portsmouth, New Hampshire on January 1st, 2018.
The Rockettes, who have been touring around the country, will open the new house on February 1st at The House of Blues.
The Roadhouse is currently on hiatus after their 2017 U.S. tour ended prematurely due to an injury.
“It was a tough time for us,” said frontman Adam Lambert, “and we didn’t know how long we could go on tour without doing any kind of major health related issues, which is why we had to leave it in our past.”
The Roadhouses first show with the brand-new house will take place at the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York on March 23rd.
The band has been on hiatus since their 2016 reunion tour, and are currently recording a new album, titled The Love is In The Water.
“We are so excited to share this time with you all,” said Lambert, who also addressed fans about his upcoming tour.
“This will be a journey we will never forget.
We will do our best to bring our fans back for this one-off show.”
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