Summer Slaughter Adds More Cities: Boise, Albuquerque, Wichita, DC

by | May 18, 2011

A few additional dates have been added to the Summer Slaughter Tour, featuring The Black Dahlia Murder, Whitechapel, Darkest Hour, Six Feet Under, Dying Fetus, As Blood Runs Black, Oceano, Fleshgod Apocalypse, and Powerglove. News stops include Boise, Albuquerque, Wichita, and Washington, DC. The revised itinerary follows:

Jul 22 Los Angeles, CA @ House of Blues
Jul 23 Anaheim, CA @ The Grove
Jul 25 Portland, OR @ Roseland Theatre
Jul 26 Seattle, WA @ King Cat Theatre
Jul 27 Boise, ID @ The Knitting Factory
Jul 28 Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades
Jul 29 San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore
Jul 30 San Diego, CA @ House of Blues
Jul 31 Scottsdale, AZ @ Venue of Scottsdale
Aug 01 Albuquerque, NM @ Sunshine Theatre
Aug 02 Denver, CO @ Summit Music Hall
Aug 03 Wichita, KS @ The Cotillion
Aug 04 Louisville, KY @ Expo Five
Aug 05 Detroit, MI @ St. Andrews
Aug 06 Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave
Aug 07 Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues
Aug 08 Chicago, IL @ House of Blues
Aug 09 Toronto, ON @ Sound Academy
Aug 10 Montreal, QC @ Olympia
Aug 11 New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
Aug 12 Worcester, MA @ The Palladium
Aug 13 Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre of Living Arts
Aug 14 Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom
Aug 15 Washington, DC @ 930 Club
Aug 16 Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
Aug 17 Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution
Aug 19 Houston, TX @ House of Blues
Aug 20 San Antonio, TX @ Backstage Live
Aug 21 Dallas, TX @ House of Blues

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