Onward To Olympas Breaking Up; Embarking on Farewell Tour in September

by | Aug 20, 2013

Onward To Olympas announced today that they will be breaking up.

The band said, “This band has meant a lot to us the last 4 years but is time to hang it up. We honestly cannot thank all of you enough for giving us the time of day and support throughout the years.”

In September they’ll head out on their farewell tour with The Road to Milestone and Bruised But Not Broken. Here’s the schedule:

Sep 20 Linthicum, MD @ LHUMC
Sep 21 Lemoyne, PA @ The Champ
Sep 22 Indianapolis, IN @ Emerson Theater
Sep 23 Nashville, TN @ Rocketown
Sep 25 Little Rock, AR @ Downtown Music Hall
Sep 26 Jackson, MS @ TBA
Sep 27 Charlotte, NC @ Tremont Music Hall

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