Abandon Kansas will be touring with Windsor Drive from February 11th – 28th.

Feb 11 2010 9:00P
The Kathouse Lounge Manhattan, Kansas

Feb 12 2010 8:00P
Rock Island Live Wichita, Kansas

Feb 13 2010 7:00P
Main Street Cafe Kansas City, Missouri

Feb 14 2010 5:00P
Bourbon Theatre Lincoln, Nebraska

Feb 16 2010 7:30P
House of Valdar Green Bay, Wisconsin

Feb 17 2010 6:00P
High Noon Saloon Madison, Wisconsin

Feb 18 2010 8:00P
The 400 Bar Minneapolis, Minnesota

Feb 19 2010 7:00P
**DALE’S WESTON LANES** Wausau, Wisconsin

Feb 20 2010 6:00P
What’s Up Lounge Mankato, Minnesota

Feb 21 2010 8:00P
The River Cedar Falls, Iowa

Feb 24 2010 7:00P
The Marquee Tulsa, Oklahoma

Feb 25 2010 8:00P
Common Grounds Waco, Texas

Feb 26 2010 6:30P
The Door in Plano Plano, Texas
Feb 27 2010 8:00P
Fitzgerald’s Houston, Texas

Feb 28 2010 8:00P
Beauty Bar Austin, Texas

Go to www.myspace.com/abandonkansas

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