I See Stars, Like Moths to Flames, & Ghost Town Announce Spring Tour

by | Mar 7, 2014

I See Stars are going to headline the Red White & Black Tour with Like Moths to Flames, Ghost Town, Razihel, and Miss Fortune.

Here’s how the schedule runs:

Apr 22 Buffalo, NY @ Waiting Room
Apr 25 Providence, RI @ Simon’s 677
Apr 26 Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance
Apr 29 Pittsburgh, PA @ Altar Bar
May 01 Cleveland, OH @ Agora
May 02 Indianapolis, IN @ Emerson
May 03 Peoria, IL @ The Brass Rail
May 09 Jacksonville, FL @ Rock Bar
May 10 West Palm Beach, FL @ Respectable Street Cafe
May 11 Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum
May 14 Greensboro, NC @ Greene Street
May 15 Wilmington, NC @ Ziggy’s
May 16 Baltimore, MD @ Sound Stage
May 17 Allentown, PA @ Croc Rock

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