Apparitions and It Lies Within are pleased to partner up and head out on the No Regrets Tour this November. The tour will be supporting It Lies Within’s recently released Luxor Records debut Chrysalis and Apparitions’ forthcoming record Kiss Me Sleeping. The tour dates are as follows

Fri Nov 2 TBA – NC

Sat Nov 3 Groundzero – ,SC

Sun Nov 4 TBA – Jacksonville, FL

Mon Nov 5 Bombshell’s – Orlando, FL

Tues Nov 6 TBA – Panama CIty, FL

Wed Nov 7 TBA – Pensacola, FL

Thur Nov 8 TBA – Montgomery, FL

Fri Nov 9 Swayze’s – Marietta, GA

Sat Nov 10 TBA – Nashville, TN

Sun Nov 11 Fubar – St. Louis, MO

Mon Nov 12 The Brass Rail – Peoria, IL

Tues Nov 13 Live 59 – Chicago, IL

Wed Nov 14 Rock Bottom – Fort Wayne, IN

Thur Nov 15 Ulis Haus Of Rock – Lansing, MI

Fri Nov 16 The Machine Shop – Flint, MI

Sat Nov 17 Spank’s – Defiance, OH

Sun Nov 18 TBA – Pittsburgh, PA

LINKS

http://www.facebook.com/weareapparitions/

http://www.purevolume.com/new/Weareapparitions

http://www.youtube.com/user/Weareapparitions

www.itlieswithin.com

www.facebook.com/itlieswithin

www.twitter.com/itlieswithin

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