Dreamt Music’s Abel will be on tour this June with The Ember Days. ¬†Abel will be supporting their Dreamt Music debut EP The Honest Love.

June 12 — Frederick, MD @ The Refuge
June 13 — Dunellin, NJ @ The Cellar
June 14 — Allentown, PA @ Crocodile Rock
June 15 — Ashville, NC @ The Culvert
June 16 — Columbia, SC @ New Brookland Tavern
June 17 — East Ridge, TN @ The Warehouse
June 18 — Macon, GA @ The Refuge
June 19 — Columbus, GA @ Gallery 13
June 20 — Jacksonville, FL @ Murray Hill Theater
June 21 — Mobile, AL @ The Mug
June 22 — Texarkana, TX @ I Love Evelyn
June 23 — Shreveport, LA @ Church At Red River *
June 25 — Joplin, MO @ The Salvage Yard *
June 26 — Kansas City, MO @ Main Street Cafe *
June 28 — Richmond, IN @ The Outlet *
June 29 — Carmel, IN @ The Warehouse ROCC *
July 01 — Cornerstone Festival

* w/o The Ember Days

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