Many people are lucky to see their favorite band live, but not everyone has the chance to tour alongside them – until now. If you’re dreaming about attending multiple shows on a tour, but are having trouble logistically, a fan tour bus may be the perfect solution for you.
That is where Tomorrow and Tonight come in.
Who Are Tomorrow and Tonight?
Founded in 2020 by University of North Texas student Abby Cawthon, Tomorrow and Tonight is built for fans. Particularly, anyone who wants to follow tours in a safe way or bond over music and experiences with others.
Those who have followed tours in the past know the struggles: switching drivers to stay awake, the pathetic three hours of rest you get if you’re lucky enough to grab a hotel, etc.
This company not only provides a solution for travel woes, but also offers a safer way for those attending tours alone to experience multiple shows – and make some friends along the way!
What Does a Fan Tour Bus Include?
The days of running on no sleep and a desperate late-night gas station diet are no more, as Tomorrow and Tonight provides the following:
- Transportation to every venue
- Laundry services
- A personal private sleeping quarters
- Showers/Toilets/Personal hygiene products
- Multiple entertainment systems (complete with gaming and streaming services)
- Charging outlets and USB ports
- A designated decorated photo area
- Fully stocked fridge/pantry.
Now you can travel on your own fan tour bus just like your favorite bands do, and enjoy as many shows as you’d like!
Which Tours are Available?
Since the company is fairly new, only two fan tour bus experiences are currently available. Though Tomorrow and Tonight certainly didn’t shy away from following some of the alternative scene’s most renowned bands for their grand debut.
Is there an artist that you’d see in this way? Featured artists are based on fan feedback via a contact form on their website, so you can help determine who may be available next.
Would you follow a band on a fan tour bus? Let us know in the comments who you’d see, or send this to your concert buddy to gear up for your next string of shows!