How does this work?
You can request any artist, however we require at least 50 requests to organize a bus. You can view the tours we currently have to offer on the shop page.
Once you book, we conduct two background checks.
If you do not receive an email within 72 hours after booking- congrats you passed all the background checks!
We will email you a tour itinerary about 30 days before the tour starts. This will tell you all the details of your stay with us. These are not published to protect guests privacy.
The concert itinerary, which we recommend saving to your phone, will have the bus’ arrival time at the venue.
You can arrive at the venue at your digression. We can work with you to find transportation in your area- reach out before you book, and we’ll work with you.
We will meet you to put away your overnight bag, or anything you do not want to carry. This is when you will meet your tour manager in person. You can explore the bus and check out your bunk.
Once everything is settled, you are free to go to the show or explore the city.
After the show, the tour bus will either be where you dropped your bags off or at a previously communicated location. If you choose not to meet with us before, do not fret, your tour manager will contact you with the bus’ location.
You will meet the tour manager again, and everyone will load the bus. We do a role call to ensure everyone is safe and on board.
Once everyone is accounted for, we will proceed with airport and hotel drop-off for those who will not attend the next show with us. Any additional stops requested by guests will be made at this time.
After our guests’ needs have been met, we will drive to our next destination.
In the US, DOT regulations prohibit drivers from exceeding a specific weekly driving limit. As a result, it may be necessary to split longer drives over several days.
However, we treat the tour like your vacation. If there are any days off, we will include fun stops and activities (which will be provided in your tour x). These activities are optional and subject to change. If you would rather stay in the bus and sleep all day – you are more than welcome!
We want our guests to have a great time on tour. While the concerts are the main event, there will be moments of downtime. We acknowledge that everyone has their own idea of what’s fun, so we welcome suggestions for activities to do on any off days.
We want to make the most of your touring experience, build life-long memories, and, most importantly, have FUN safely.
When it is your last day on tour, we ask you have your belongings packed before getting off the bus.
You will continue on with your day as normal, after the show we will drop you off at either a local hotel or airport.
Is it really cheaper?
Yes and no. If you follow a band by yourself, you can expect to spend an average of $190 per night. However, planning everything out will cost you time and energy.
Tomorrow and Tonight guarantees a safe location to sleep every night, pre-planned activities, a tour manager who makes you feel like a rockstar, and most importantly, a chance to meet and travel with new friends.
$85 – $100 a day
$135 – $175 a day
$175 – $250 a day
Do it yourself
Hotel avg. = $100
Gas avg. = $50
Parking avg. = $25
Showers avg. = $15
Good night’s sleep = Priceless