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A Day To Remember Announce Tour With I Prevail And Beartooth

A Day To Remember have announced The Degenerates Tour with I Prevail and Beartooth.

Following on from June’s release of the first new A Day To Remember music in three years, the band have announced a massive U.S. tour.

The Ocala pop-punk titans will be joined by I Prevail and Beartooth across 33 cities in September, October and November in what they’re calling The Degenerates Tour.

Calling all degenerates!” the band say. “We’re trekking across the US this fall with I Prevail and Beartooth on the Degenerates Tour! Pre-sale starts tomorrow at 10am local. Use code DEGENERATES to get your tickets at ADTR.com before they officially go on sale Friday.”

Nice.

Catch A Day To Remember, I Prevail and Beartooth live at the following dates:

September

6 Buffalo, NY
7 Worcester, MA
8 Concord, VA
27 Louisville, KY

October

12 San Bernadino, CA
13 Sacramento, CA
15 Boise, ID
17 Denver, CO
21 Irving, TX
22 Houston, TX
23 Corpus Christi, TX
25 St Charles, MO
26 Chicago, IL
27 Minneapolis, MN
29 Fargo, ND
30 Des Moines, IA
31 Independence, MD

November

2 Pittsburgh, PA
3 Fairfax, VA
5 Laval, QC
7 Reading, PA
9 Glens Falls, NY
10 Trenton, NJ
12 Syracuse, NY
14 Fort Wayne, IN
15 Cleveland, OH
16 Ypsilanti, MI
17 Huntington, WY
19 New York, NY
21 Duluth, GA
22 Nashville, TN
23 Fayetteville, NC

A Day To Remember Degenerates Tour Poster 2019
Posted on August 6th 2019, 3:43pm
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