Mark Cuban’s Fireside Streaming Platform Dips Into Music with Matchbox 20 Interactive Fan Club

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Mark Cuban’s $138 million-valued Fireside streaming platform dips into music with a Matchbox 20 collaboration as the band heads out on tour.

Fresh off their recent pop culture moment of having their hit song “Push” featured in the phenomenally successful Barbie movie, Matchbox 20 is heading on tour, recently partnering with Mark Cuban’s Fireside streaming platform to launch a new interactive fan club.

In a video clip shared on Fireside, frontman Rob Thomas offered fans some exclusive stories about the band’s journey, explaining how, through Fireside, the group is creating a new relationship with fans who have been with them for decades. Subscribers to the “Matchbox 20 Network” get an all-access pass behind the scenes on tour with the band, can take part in tour bus rituals, music workshops, and exclusive giveaways.

For $25 a month, members gain access to behind the music live interactive meet and greets, interactive fan club community meets up with a virtual backstage pass, annual members-only giveaways, and much more. Part of these proceeds go to the Lyndsay Hutchinson Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles.

Matchbox 20’s Slow Dream Tour kicks off November 20 at Morongo Casino in Cabazon, CA, with an acoustic performance from Rob and Kyle. The band has a couple more shows planned in December in the US, before heading off to Australia and New Zealand in February for the rest of the tour leg, which finishes up in New Plymouth, New Zealand, on March 2.

Matchbox 20 Slow Dream Tour

November 2023

  • 30 | Morongo Casino — Cabazon, CA

December 2023

  • 01 | Alice in Winterland, Alice 105.9 — Denver, CO
  • 08 | Deck The Hall Ball, Mix 106.5 — Baltimore, MD

February 2024

  • 13 | RAC Arena — Perth, Australia
  • 15 | Adelaide Entertainment Centre — Hindmarsh, Australia
  • 16 | Rod Laver Arena — Melbourne, Australia
  • 17 | Rochford Wines — Coldstream, Australia
  • 20 | WIN Sports & Entertainment Centres — Wollongong, Australia
  • 22 | Qudos Bank Arena — Sydney, Australia
  • 23 | GIO Stadium Canberra — Bruce, Australia
  • 24 | Newcastle Entertainment Centre — Broadmeadow, Australia
  • 26 | Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre — Broadbeach, Australia
  • 27 | Brisbane Entertainment Centre — Brisbane, Australia
  • 29 | Wolfbrook Arena — Christchurch, New Zealand

March 2024

  • 02 | Bowl of Brooklands — New Plymouth, New Zealand