Marianas Trench Announce Fall United States Tour Dates

Marianas Trench’s new album is scheduled to drop next month and in support of the new record, the Canadian band will be touring. The upcoming tour has been titled the “Hey You Guys!! Tour” and will find the four-piece performing at several cities across the United States. The tour will officially kick-off on Nov. 3 at the Wonder Ballroom in Portland, OR and wrap up on Nov. 28 at The Rapids Theatre in Niagara Falls, NY.

Pre-sales and VIP packages for the tour will become available this Wednesday, Sept. 16 at 5 p.m. EST/2 p.m. PST. General admission tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, Sept. 18 at 10 a.m. local time. For more information about the tour like what to expect from the VIP packages, check out the band’s website.

The complete itinerary for the tour can be seen below.


Nov. 03 – Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom

Nov. 04 – Seattle, WA @ Showbox at the Market

Nov. 06 – Spokane, WA @ Knitting Factory

Nov. 07 – Boise, ID @ Knitting Factory

Nov. 08 – Reno, NV @ Knitting Factory

Nov. 10 – San Francisco, CA @ Social Hall SF

Nov. 11 – Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues

Nov. 13 – Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex

Nov. 14 – Denver, CO @ Summit Music Hall

Nov. 16 – Minneapolis, MN @ Varsity Theater

Nov. 17 – Green Bay, WI @ Meyer Theatre

Nov. 18 – Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave

Nov. 20 – Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues

Nov. 21 – Rochester, NY @ Water Street Music Hall

Nov. 22 – Bethlehem, PA @ Musikfest Cafe

Nov. 24 – Lancaster, PA @ Chameleon Club

Nov. 25 – Montclair, NJ @ Wellmont Theatre

Nov. 27 – Clifton Park, NY @ Upstate Concert Hall

Nov. 28 – Niagara Falls, NY @ The Rapids Theatre

For those fans who are upset that the tour dates will not be going to a city near you, don’t fret. On Twitter, the band assured fans that more dates will be coming soon.

The “Hey You Guys!! Tour” is in support of the group’s upcoming new album, Astoria which is set to be released on Oct. 23 through Cherrytree/Interscope Records. On Monday, the band released the lead single from the album, “One Love” on Vevo and iTunes. Astoria is the follow-up to 2011’s Ever After.

All Time Low Announce ‘Back to the Future Hearts’ Tour


Time to get those future hearts beating again, Hustlers, because All Time Low have announced they will be heading out on another tour this Fall.

The band, who recently wrapped up the European leg of their ‘Future Hearts Tour’ revealed they will be returning to the United States for another trek beginning in early October.

The tour, which will feature support from Sleeping with Sirens and Japanese rock band, One Ok Rock, will begin on Oct. 9 at the CFE Arena at UCF in Orlando (Sleeping with Sirens’ hometown) and then wrap up a month and a half later on Nov. 24 at The Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York.

The complete list of tour dates can be seen below.



Oct. 09 – Orlando, FL @ CFE Arena at UCF
Oct. 10 – Alpharetta, GA @ Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
Oct. 11 – Charlotte, NC @ Uptown Amphitheatre
Oct. 13 – Nashville, TN @ Ascend Amphitheater
Oct. 15 – Tulsa, OK @ Brady Theater
Oct. 16 – Houston, TX @ Bayou Music Center
Oct. 17 – Dallas, TX @ South Side Ballroom
Oct. 18 – San Antonio, TX @ Sunken Garden Theater
Oct. 20 – Mesa, AZ @ Mesa Amphitheatre
Oct. 23 – Los Angeles, CA @ Shrine Exposition Hall
Oct. 24 – Las Vegas, NV @ Downtown Las Vegas Events Center
Oct. 26 – San Jose, CA @ City National Civic
Oct. 28 – Kent, WA @ ShoWare Center
Oct. 30 – Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater
Oct. 31 – Boise, ID @ Revolution Center
Nov. 01 – Magna, UT @ The Great Salt Air
Nov. 02 – Broomfield, CO @ 1st Bank Center
Nov. 04 – Clive, IA @ 7 Flags Event Center
Nov. 05 – Hoffman Estates, IL @ Sears Centre
Nov. 06 – Ypsilanti, MI @ EMU Convocation Center
Nov. 10 – Indianapolis, IN @ Indiana Farmers Coliseum
Nov. 11 – St. Louis, MO @ Chaifetz Arena
Nov. 13 – Grand Rapids, MI @ Deltaplex
Nov. 14 – Highland Heights, KY @ Bank of Kentucky Center
Nov. 16 – Washington, DC @ Echostage
Nov. 18 – Syracuse, NY @ The Oncenter Convention Center
Nov. 19 – Lowell, MA @ The Tsongas Center
Nov. 20 – Wallingford, CT @ Oakdale Theatre
Nov. 21 – Philadelphia, PA @ Liacouras Center
Nov. 24 – New York, NY @ The Theater at Madison Square Garden

This tour, much like All Time Low’s previous North American trek, is in support of their recently released record, Future Hearts.

Sleeping with Sirens, in a similar move, also just wrapped up a tour of their own; their acoustic ‘We Like it Loud Quiet Acoustic Tour’ which was in support of their recently released record, Madness.

Tickets for the Fall tour stops will go on general sale beginning Friday, July 10. For those who are part of ATL’s Hustlers, pre-sale will begin tomorrow, July 8, at noon, local time.

Bleachers and Charli XCX Extend U.S. Summer Tour


Bleachers and Charli XCX are definitely doing it; they’re extending their upcoming Summer tour into the Fall.

The British singer and the fun. guitarist had previously announced they would be hitting the road this Summer in a joint excursion, but now, they have revealed that the tour will no longer end in August, like it was originally planned.

Instead, the duo will give the Eastern parts of the United States a little of fun in the Fall.

The first leg of the “Charli and Jack Do America” tour will begin on July 21 at The Observatory North Park in San Diego and wrap up on Aug. 13 at the LC Pavilion in Columbus, OH.

After a month-long break, the “Break the Rules” singer and the “I Wanna Get Better” band will once again reunite on Sept. 14 at Boston’s House of Blues for the second leg of the tour which will wrap up on Oct. 10 at the Complex in Salt Lake City.

The complete list of upcoming tour dates for both legs can be seen below.


July 21st San Diego, CA The Observatory North Park
July 22nd Costa Mesa, CA Pacific Amphitheatre
July 23rd Oakland, CA Fox Theater
July 25th Seattle, WA Showbox SoDo
July 26th Troutdale, OR Edgefield
July 29th Denver, CO The Fillmore Auditorium
August 4th Minneapolis, MN Cabooze Plaza
August 5th Milwaukee, WI Eagles Ballroom
August 7th Tulsa, OK Cain’s Ballroom
August 8th Kansas City, MO Starlight Theatre
August 9th St. Louis, MO The Pageant
August 11th Detroit, MI The Fillmore Detroit
August 12th Columbus, OH LC Pavilion


September 14 – Boston, MA – House of Blues
September 16 – Wallingford, CT – The Dome
September 18 – Philadelphia, PA – Festival Pier
September 21 – New York, NY – Central Park Summerstage
September 23 – Washington, DC – Echo Stage
September 25 – Tampa, FL – Jannus Landing
September 27 – Orlando, FL – House Blues
October 1 – Dallas, TX – House of Blues
October 3 – Houston, TX – House of Blues
October 6 – Los Angeles, CA – Palladium
October 8 – Phoenix, AZ – Marquee
October 9 – Las Vegas, NV – Boulevard Pool at The Cosmopolitan
October 10 – Salt Lake City, UT – Complex (rescheduled show)

New Found Glory and Yellowcard Unveil Joint Tour Dates


After an out-of-the-blue announcement late last week, New Found Glory and Yellowcard have officially released the list of tour dates for their upcoming joint, United States tour.

The trek will begin on Oct. 8 at Livewire in Scottsdale and wrap up on Nov. 22 at House of Blues in Los Angeles.

General admission tickets will go on sale this Friday, May 29, while those who are interested in VIP packages get the opportunity to begin purchasing them today (May 26).

Like it was previously announced, Tigers Jaw will be the “special guest” for the month and a half-long tour.

Check out all the tour dates below and their announcement here.


10/8 – Scottsdale, AZ @ Livewire
10/10 – Dallas, TX @ Gas Monkey
10/11 – Houston, TX @ House Of Blues
10/13 – Jacksonville, FL @ Mavericks At The Landing
10/14 – Fort Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution Live
10/16 – Lake Buena Vista, FL @ House Of Blues
10/17 – Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
10/18 – Raleigh, NC @ The Ritz
10/20 – Norfolk, VA @ The Norva
10/22 – Silver Springs, MD @ The Fillmore
10/23 – Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory
10/24 – New York, NY @ Best Buy Theater
10/25 – Toronto, ON @ Danforth Music Hall
10/27 – Clifton Park, NY @ Upstate Concert Hall
10/28 – Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom
10/30 – Worcester, MA @Palladium
10/31 – Bethlehem, PA @ Sands Bethlehem Event Center
11/2 – Cleveland, OH @ House Of Blues
11/3 – Louisville, KY @ Headliners Music Hall
11/5 – Detroit, MI @ St. Andrews Hall
11/6 – Chicago, IL @ Concord Music Hall
11/7 – Chicago, IL @ Concord Music Hall
11/8 – St. Louis, MO @ Pageant
11/10 – Denver, CO @ Summit Music Hall
11/11 – Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex
11/13 – Seattle, WA @ Showbox At The Market
11/14 – Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater
11/15 – San Francisco, CA @ The Regency Ballroom
11/17 – Sacramento, CA @ Ace Of Spades
11/18 – Anaheim, CA @ House Of Blues
11/20 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern
11/21 – Las Vegas, NV @ Brooklyn Bowl
11/22 – San Diego, CA @ House Of Blues

“Weird Al” Taking the ‘Mandatory Fun’ on the Road


“Weird Al” Yankovic might not be headlining this year’s Super Bowl Halftime (believe us, we tried as hard as we could), but it looks like the funny man will be taking his parody songs on the road. Who needs a stinking football game, right?

Fresh off his appearance on the Monty Python-esque ABC show, Galavant, the musician has revealed he will be heading out on a massive 82-date world tour.

The tour will begin on May 12 with a five-day residency at Las Vegas’ Planet Hollywood before moving on to the rest of the tour stops which we’re sure visits pretty much every state in mainland United States as well as some Canadian dates before heading across the pond to Europe to wrap up in early October.

Check out the full schedule of the “Mandatory Fun” Tour.


05/12 – Las Vegas, NV @ Planet Hollywood
05/13 – Las Vegas, NV @ Planet Hollywood
05/14 – Las Vegas, NV @ Planet Hollywood
05/15 – Las Vegas, NV @ Planet Hollywood
05/16 – Las Vegas, NV @ Planet Hollywood
05/19 – Tulsa, OK @ Brady Theater
05/20 – Oklahoma City, OK @ Hudson Performance Hall
05/22 – Biloxi, MS @ Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
05/23 – Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium
05/24 – Robinsonville, MS @ Horseshoe Tunica Bluesville
05/28 – Indianapolis, IN @ Murat Theatre at Old National Centre
05/29 – Mount Pleasant, MI @ Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort
05/30 – Cleveland, OH @ Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica
05/31 – Greensburg, PA @ Palace Theatre
06/02 – Boston, MA @ Wilbur Theatre
06/03 – Boston, MA @ Wilbur Theatre
06/04 – Concord, NH @ Capitol Center for the Arts
06/06 – Ledyard, CT @ Foxwoods Resort Casino
06/07 – New York, NY @ Governor’s Ball Music Festival
06/08 – Lancaster, PA @ American Music Theatre
06/11 – Richmond, VA @ Carpenter Theatre at Richmond Center Stage
06/12 – Vienna, VA @ Filene Center at Wolf Trap
06/13 – Baltimore, MD @ Pier Six PAvilion
06/14 – Roanoke, VA @ Roanoke Performing Arts Theatre
06/16 – Bethlehem, PA @ Sands Bethlehem Event Center
06/18 – Cary, NC @ Koka Booth Amphitheatre
06/19 – Charlotte, NC @ Ovens Auditorium
06/20 – Atlanta, GA @ Chastain Park Amphitheatre
06/21 – Kettering, OH @ Fraze Pavilion
06/23 – Newark, OH @ Midland Theatre
06/24 – Louisville, KY @ Palace Theatre
06/26 – Windsor, ON @ Caesars Windsor: The Colosseum
06/27 – Chicago, IL @ Chicago Theatre
06/28 – St. Louis, MO @ Peabody Opera House
06/30 – Kansas City, MO @ Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland
07/01 – Wichita, KS @ Orpheum Theatre
07/02 – Council Bluffs, IA @ Harrah’s Hotel and Casino: Stir Cove
07/03 – Prior Lake, MN @ Mystic Lake Casino: Mystic Showroom
07/07 – Bowling Green, KY @ Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center
07/08 – Greenville, SC @ Peace Center for the Performing Arts
07/10 – Erie, PA @ Warner Theatre
07/11 – Albany, NY @ Palace Theatre
07/12 – Burlington, VT @ Flynn Center for the Performing Arts
07/14 – Verona, NY @ Turning Stone Resort Casino: Showroom
07/15 – Buffalo, NY @ University at Buffalo Center for the Arts
07/17 – Hamilton, ON @ Hamilton Place Theatre
07/18 – Rama, ON @ Casino Rama Entertainment Centre
07/19 – Ottawa, ON @ Ottawa Bluesfest
07/20 – London, ON @ Centennial Hall
07/24 – Halifax, NS @ Casino Nova Scotia: Schooner Showroom
07/25 – Moncton, NB @ Casino New Brunswick: The Centre
07/26 – Portland, ME @ Maine State Pier
08/04 – New Bedford, MA @ The Zeiterion Performing Arts Center
08/05 – Williamsport, PA @ Community Arts Center
08/07 – Knoxville, TN @ Tennessee Theatre
08/08 – Newport News , VA @ Ferguson Center for the Arts
08/09 – North Charleston, SC @ North Charleston Performing Arts Center
08/11 – Orlando, FL @ Hard Rock Live at Universal Citywalk
08/13 – Clearwater, FL @ Ruth Eckerd Hall
08/14 – Melbourne, FL @ King Center for the Performing Arts
08/15 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Broward Center for the Performing Arts
08/16 – Jacksonville, FL @ Florida Theatre
08/18 – Houston, TX @ Bayou Music Center
08/19 – San Antonio, TX @ Majestic Theatre
08/20 – Austin, TX @ Austin City Limits Live at the Moody Theater
08/21 – Grand Prairie, TX @ Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
08/23 – Denver, CO @ Paramount Theatre
09/01 – Arcata, CA @ Van Duzer Theatre
09/02 – Jacksonville, OR @ Britt Pavilion
09/04 – Bend, OR @ Les Schwab Amphitheater
09/05 – Portland, OR @ Oregon Zoo Amphitheater
09/06 – Portland, OR @ Oregon Zoo Amphitheater
09/08 – Vancouver, BC @ Queen Elizabeth Theatre
09/09 – Penticton, BC @ South Okanagan Events Centre
09/11 – Enoch, AB @ River Cree Resort and Casino: The Venue
09/12 – Calgary, AB @ Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
09/13 – Airway Heights, WA @ Northern Quest Resort and Casino: Pend Oreille Pavillion
09/14 – Puyallup, WA @ Washington State Fair
09/18 – Laughlin, NV @ Harrah’s Laughlin: Rio Vista Outdoor Amphitheatre
09/24 – Stockholm, SE @ Grona Lund
09/25 – Oslo, NO @ Sentrum Scene
09/26 – Trondheim, NO @ Brattora
09/28 – Copenhagen, DK @ Vega
09/30 – Amsterdam, NL @ Melkweg
10/01 – Brussels, BE @ Ancienne Belgique
10/04 – London, UK @ Eventim Apollo
10/06 – Dublin, IE @ Vicar Street

Tears For Fears to Head Out on Mini-Tour


If you’re a fan of Tears for Fears, then good news is coming your way because the band have announced some tour dates. The group, who made name for themselves during the new wave craze of the 80s have announced a couple of tour dates; their first tour in the United States in three years.

The dates will take place at the end of September which will lead to their headlining gig at the first annual Portland’s Project Pabst Music Festival. Yes, the festival is being thrown by Pabst Blue Ribbon like the beer.
Also on the bill for the Pabst Music Fest alongside Tears for Fears are: Modest Mouse, Guided by Voices, Violent Femmes, Rocket from the Crypt, GZA, among others.

Check out tour dates for Tears for Fears below.


09/17–Austin, TX @ Austin Music Hall

09/20– Thackerville, OK @ Global Event Center

09/23– Los angeles, CA @ The Wiltern

09/24–Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater

09/27–Portland, OR @ Project Pabst Music Festival

This mini tour from the English band comes as the band gets ready to release their new album, the follow-up to 2004’s reunion album Everybody Loves a Happy Ending; their first new material-filled album in ten years.

Gerard Way and the Hormones Announced First U.S. Tour


Reading and Leeds was just the tip of the iceberg for former My Chemical Romance frontman, Gerard Way. After making his official big stage debut this past weekend, the frontman and his live band, The Hormones, are set for a mini-tour here in the United States.

The mini-tour will begin on October 12 in San Francisco at The Fillmore and, reportedly, wrap up on October 23 in New York at Webster Hall.

Tickets for the show will go on sale beginning Wednesday, August 27 at 12 p.m. local time. They can be found at either Ticket Web or Live Nation. While there has been no official word on whether more dates will be added to the tour, we’re hoping there will be, if not, maybe we can beg Way on Twitter to add more dates. Hey, anything is worth a shot.

Check out the tour dates below and don’t forget his debut record, Hesitant Alien is set to be released on September 30.


October 12 – The Fillmore – San Francisco, CA

October 13 – The Troubadour – Hollywood, CA

October 14 – Fonda Theatre – Los Angeles, CA

October 17 – Trocadero Theatre – Philadelphia, PA

October 19 – Paradise Rock Club – Boston, MA

October 20 – Irving Plaza – New York, NY

October 22- Starland Ballroom – Sayreville, NJ

October 23 – Webster Hall – New York, NY

Record Release Date to Move to Fridays?


Could record release date officially be moved to Fridays across the world? According to Billboard, this new idea to counter internet piracy has been floating around for sometime, but the actual idea to go through with it begun shortly after Australia officially made Fridays their new music release date.

With the country’s decision to do so, it made global piracy a bigger issue than before because now, illegal digital downloads of new music could be obtained almost immediately.

People in the United Kingdom would normally have to wait until the following Monday to obtain new music releases, while those in the United States would normally need to wait until the following Tuesday.

Some sources say that this is almost a done deal with major labels and RIAA in agreement, but others are saying that the decision to make the move has not been fully decided upon yet even though there’s an estimated date of July 2015 for everything to be put into action.

While in theory the idea sounds promising for those that make money off of the sale of new music (you know the people pushing for the universal release date), there seems to be several issues that arise with the suggested date.

With the varying street release dates, record labels are given many opportunities to have the artists do promotion events to help market the new albums. While Billboard points out that it can still be done on the week that the record comes out, it would make it harder for labels to schedule high-profile appearances on the date the records hit the street. In turn, it would also affect the artists with having to schedule so much promotional work in a span of five days.

Also against this new idea? The independent record store and indie labels.

They have said in that they believe that having an early week release helps them sell more. Hardcore fans of artists with new music will go buy the new record on Tuesdays, while those who typically wait until payday, will go purchase the record at the end of the week. Even though indie label and merchants are vocal about this, Billboard points out that they most likely would not have a say in the day that gets chosen.

At the end of the day, we all know this is just some ploy for record labels to get more money. If piracy was able to happen once before and even threats of fining and prison time did not discourage people from doing so, you think changing the release date would have such an influence? Probably not.

5 Seconds of Summer to Head Out on Headlining Tour in 2015


Love them or hate them, 5 Seconds of Summer are one of the breakout acts of this Summer.

Sorry people who dislike them, a lot.

In support of their debut record, the Australian boy band have announced that they will be hitting the North American amphitheater touring circuit.

Insert tween girl screams here.

Though the tour isn’t scheduled to happen until Summer 2015, we’ve seen how fangirls (and boys) start planning a year in advance, so this is good news for them. Touring with One Direction probably helped them learn how to maneuver around all the crazy.

The tour which will feature 28 stops in both the United States and Canada, will begin on Friday, July 17, 2015 at the Mandalay Bay Event Center in Las Vegas and wrap up on Sunday, September 13, 2015 at the Cruzan Amphitheater in West Palm Beach, FL.

They also announced three headlining shows for this November; one in Phoenix and two at The Forum in Los Angeles.

November 2014

13 – Ak-Chin Pavilion, Phoenix

15 – The Forum, Los Angeles (sold out)

16 – The Forum, Los Angeles

July 2015

17 – Mandalay Bay Event Center, Las Vegas

18 – Sleep Train Amphitheatre, Chula Vista, Calif.

20 – Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre, Irvine, Calif.

22 – Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, Calif.

24 – Key Arena, Seattle

25 – Pepsi Live At Rogers Arena, Vancouver, B.C.

27 – Rexall Place, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

29 – MTS Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

31 – Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul

August 2015

1 – First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre, Tinley Park, Ill.

4 – KFC Yum! Center, Louisville

5 – Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood, Atlanta

7 – Gexa Energy Pavilion, Dallas

8 – Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, Houston

19 – The Palace of Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills, Mich.

21 – Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland

22 – Klipsch Music Pavilion, Noblesville, Ind.

23 – First Niagara Pavilion, Burgettstown, Pa.

25 – Molson Canadian Amphitheatre, Toronto

28 – Xfinity Center, Mansfield, Mass.

29 – Hershey Park Pavilion Stadium, Hershey, Pa.

30 – PNC Bank Arts Center, Holmdel, N.J.

September 2015

1 – Nikon at Jones Beach Theater, Wantagh, N.Y.

4 – Susquehanna Bank Center, Camden, N.J.

5 – Xfinity Theatre, Hartford, Conn.

6 – Jiffy Lube Live, Bristow, Va.

7 – Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach

9 – PNC Music Pavilion, Charlotte, N.C.

12 – MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre, Tampa

13 – Cruzan Amphitheatre, West Palm Beach, Fla.

In other news, the quartets self-titled debut album, reached the crowning spot on the Billboard 200 chart. Not to shabby for only having an EP to promote and two singles (“She Looks So Perfect” and “Don’t Stop”).

Brand New Add More Dates to Fall Tour


If your town was not one of the lucky ones to be on the list of tour stops for Brand New’s upcoming Fall tour, don’t panic because the band have unveiled more tour stops.

For now, the tour seems to be isolated to the southern part of the United States with the Long Island band stopping in places such as Atlanta, Birmingham and Miami.

The tour will begin on October 15 at the Tabernacle in Atlanta and looks like it will wrap up on October 30 at the Norva in Norfolk, VA. But, we shouldn’t just assume that what we see is what we get because the band keep adding more dates as we get closer to October.

Check out the full tour schedule below.


10.12 – The National, Richmond, VA

10.13 – The Orange Peel, Asheville, NC

10.15 – Tabernacle, Atlanta, GA

10.16 – War Memorial Auditorium, Nashville, TN

10.17 – Civic Theatre, New Orleans, LA

10.18 – House of Blues, Houston, TX

10.19 – Stubb’s , Austin, TX

10.21 – Iron City, Birmingham, AL

10.22 – The Lyric Oxford, Oxford, MS

10.24 – House Of Blues Orlando, FL

10.25 – The Fillmore Miami Beach, FL

10.26 – Jannus Live St. Petersburg, FL

10.28 – House of Blues, Myrtle Beach, SC

10.29 – The Fillmore, Charlotte, NC

10.30 – The Norva, Norfolk, VA