|AUGUST BURNS RED ANNOUNCE SUMMER 2022 HEADLINE TOUR
“THROUGH THE THORNS” TOUR KICKS OFF JULY 15 + RUNS THROUGH AUGUST 27
Grammy-nominated Lancaster five-piece AUGUST BURNS RED — JB Brubaker [lead guitar], Brent Rambler [rhythm guitar], Matt Greiner [drums], Jake Luhrs [vocals], and Dustin Davidson [bass] — will head back out on the road this summer.
Having just wrapped a successful Winter 2022 run supporting Killswitch Engage, the band will embark on a headline “Through the Thorns” trek this summer. The tour kicks off on July 15 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and runs through August 27 in Long Island, New York. All dates are below.
We Came as Romans, Hollow Front, and Void of Vision will also appear.
VIP packages are on sale here. General on-sales are set for Friday, April 1 at 10am local time.
“We are so excited to hit the road with this awesome package filled with our friends in WCAR, and two great new bands: Hollow Front and Void of Vision,” says ABR. “We will be hitting up some places we haven’t played in a VERY long time, as well as some familiar favorites. We hope to see you soon!”
AUGUST BURNS ON TOUR:
WITH WE CAME AS ROMANS, HOLLOW FRONT, + VOID OF VISION:
7/16—Sayreville, NJ—Starland Ballroom
7/17—Providence, RI—The Strand Ballroom
7/20—Hartford, CT—The Webster
7/22—Baltimore, MD—Ram’s Head Live
7/24—Asheville, NC—Orange Peel
7/25—Knoxville, TN—The Mill & Mine
7/26—Columbia, SC—The Senate
7/28—Birmingham, AL—Iron City
7/29—New Orleans, LA—Republic
7/31—Corpus Christi, TX—Brewster Street Icehouse
8/3—San Diego, CA—Soma
8/4—Santa Cruz, CA—Catalyst
8/5—Sacramento, CA—Ace of Spades
8/8—Seattle, WA—Showbox Market
8/9—Spokane, WA—Knitting Factory
8/10—Boise, ID—Knitting Factory
8/12—Great Falls, MT—The Newberry
8/13—Billings, MT—Zoo Montana
8/14—Fargo, ND—Fargo Brewing Outdoors
8/18—Lincoln, NE—Bourbon St
8/19—Des Moines, IA—Val Air
8/20—Milwaukee, WI—The Rave
8/21—Bloomington, IL—Castle Theater
8/23—Ft. Wayne, IN—Piere’s
8/25—Louisville, KY—Mercury Ballroom
8/27—Long Island, NY—Paramount
Watch the live video for “Paramount” from 2020’s Guardians here.