’68 is Going to Alaska

by | Oct 10, 2014

The mighty ’68 will be doing a bunch of touring this fall. But before heading out on Anberlin’s farewell tour, and before going overseas Trophy Scars, the band will be playing a couple shows in Alaska.

The band will play twice in Anchorage on November 7th at Chilkoot Charlie’s and on November 8th at Anchorage Community Works.

Here’s how the rest of their upcoming schedule rolls:

Oct 10 Jacksonville, FL @ Burro Bar
Oct 11 North Charleston, SC @ The Skatepark of Charleston
Oct 21 Brooklyn, NY @ No Sleep CMJ Showcase
Oct 24 Linthicum, MD @ LHUMC
Oct 25 Madison Heights, VA @ Schoolhouse Venue

Nov 01 Birmingham, AL @ The Forge
Nov 02 Nashville, TN @ Rocketown

Nov 07 Anchorage, AK @ Chilkoot Charlie’s
Nov 08 Anchorage, AK @ Anchorage Community Works

w/ Anberlin

Nov 21 Charlotte, NC @ The Fillmore
Nov 22 Atlanta, GA @ Center Stage
Nov 24 Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution
Nov 25 St. Petersburg, FL @ Jannus Live
Nov 26 Orlando, FL @ House of Blues

w/ Trophy Scars

Dec 01 Munchen, GER @ Feierwerk
Dec 02 Dessau, GER @ Beatclub
Dec 03 Koln, GER @ Underground
Dec 04 Antwerp, BEL @ Kavka
Dec 05 Nottingham, UK @ Rock City Basement
Dec 06 Plymouth, UK @ The Underground
Dec 07 Leeds, UK @ The Key Club
Dec 08 Glasgow, UK @ Classic Grand
Dec 09 Birmingham, UK @ O2 Academy 3
Dec 10 Newcastle, UK @ O2 Academy 2
Dec 11 Manchester, UK @ Sound Control
Dec 12 Brighton, UK @ Audio
Dec 13 Bristol, UK @ The Exchange
Dec 14 London, UK @ Borderline
Dec 15 York, UK @ Fibbers
Dec 16 Southampton, UK @ Joiners
Dec 17 Oxford, UK @ O2 Academy 2
Dec 19 Frankfurt, GER @ 11er

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