The rock band, founded by Colorado Springs high-school classmates Ryan Tedder and Zach Filkins, will headline the Native Summer Tour (named for the band’s recent album, "Native"). The tour stops Saturday, June 14, at Usana Amphitheater in West Valley City.
(That’s the same night as the Vans Warped Tour’s stop at the Utah State Fairpark, so you may have to make some hard decisions.)
The opening act at all tour stops is The Script.
If you want a taste of OneRepublic, the band will perform their new single "I Lived" tonight during the live two-hour fall finale of "The Voice" on NBC (KSL, Ch. 5, in Utah), starting at 8 p.m. MST. Tedder has been "The Voice’s" in-house songwriter/producer, and will write an original single for the season’s champion, who will sing it at the end of tonight’s show.
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