Kittie plays first live show in 5 years at Blue Ridge Rock Festival

Kitty played their first live show in five years yesterday (September 8) at Blue Ridge Rock Festival in Virginia. Although they have another show planned for 2022, they expect to play more in 2023.

Prior to last night’s performance, Kitties’ last show took place in October 2017 in Ontario, and before that they hadn’t played since 2013 [via Setlist.fm]. Therefore, Blue Ridge was the third time in the last decade that sisters Morgan and Mercedes LanderTara McLeod and Ivana “Ivy” Vujic shared a scene together in public.

Next, Kittie will perform at the highly anticipated 2022 edition of When we were young festival, which will take place in October. 22, 23 and 29 in Las Vegas. My chemical romance, Paramore, Bring me the horizon and Avril Lavigne is among the many performers who will also play the event.

Morgan Lander, who plays guitar and sings for Kittie, teased during an interview with Audio Ink Radio earlier this year that she expects them to be more active as a band in 2023.

“Next year we definitely will, but I think those opportunities will come later,” she said. “We don’t have anything set in stone, but I think that’s something, as I said before, when those doors are open, I think we can expect to feel comfortable doing a few more little things here and there here, and hopefully I’ll be able to do some more one-offs in the States and Europe and things like that, so the possibilities are endless.”

Watch the full conversation below, as well as fan-filmed footage from Kitty’s performance from yesterday.

Kittie – ‘My Plague’ (Live 2022)

Audio Ink Radio interview with Kitties Morgan Lander

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