Dates and venues for ’68‘s summer tour with Listener and The Homeless Gospel Choir have been solidified. During the tour, ’68 will release their debut album, In Humor and Sadness. The lucky city? Grand Rapids, MI. It comes out July 8.Check out the dates below to see when they’re playing in your area.

Jul 2 – Kansas City, MO – Czar Bar
Jul 3 – St. Louis, MO – Plush
Jul 4 – Champagne, IL – AudioFeed Festival
Jul 6 – Chicago, IL – Subterranean
Jul 8 – Grand Rapids, MI – Take Hold
Jul 9 – Fort Wayne, IN – Calhoun Street Bar
Jul 10 -Columbus, OH – Double Happiness
Jul 11 – Pittsburgh, PA – The Roboto Project
Jul 12 – Doylestown, PA – Siren Records
Jul 13 – Atlantic City, NJ – The BoneYard
Jul 15 – Annapolis, MD – Annapolis KoFC
Jul 16 – West Columbia, SC – New Brookland Tavern
Jul 18 – Atlanta, GA – The Loft
Jul 19 – Nashville, TN – Rocketown
Jul 22 – Dallas, TX – The Door
Jul 23 – Austin, TX – Red 7
Jul 24 – Oklahoma City, OK – IAO Gallery By The Society OKC
Jul 25 – Springfield, MO – Randy Bacon Art Gallery

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