2009 was a banner year for metal’s newest royalty, AUGUST BURNS RED. The band’s third album, Constellations, bowed in July to both stellar press and impressive sales numbers – debuting at #24 on the Billboard Top 200, and subsequently selling more than 66,000 copies. The album’s praises were sung by tastemaking publications such as Revolver, AP, Outburn and more, further solidifying the ABR’s stature.

With that momentum, the band is charging into 2010, a year AUGUST BURNS RED will spend on the road pleasing existing fans and converting new ones night after night. To that end, the band is excited to announce a North American run in support of A DAY TO REMEMBER. Joining the two are openers SILVERSTEIN, ENTER SHIKARI and VEARA (from March 41-April 18) and GO RADIO (April 19-May 16).   The tour marks ABR’s first North American dates in the new year, coming on the heels of a extensive European romp with powerhouse LAMB OF GOD. The 40 date trek hits 38 cities and includes back-to-back nights in key markets Chicago and Atlanta.

With A DAY TO REMEMBER, SILVERSTEIN and ENTER SHIKARI:
Mar 31 Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Revolution
Apr 1 Tampa, FL – Ritz
Apr 2 Atlanta, GA – Masquerade
Apr 3 Atlanta, GA – Masquerade
Apr 4 Charlotte, NC – Amos
Apr 5 Norfolk, VA – Norva
Apr 6 Baltimore, MD – Sonar
Apr 7 Philadelphia, PA – Electric Factory
Apr 8 Sayreville, NJ – Starland Ballroom
Apr 9 NYC, NY – Nokia Theater
Apr 12 Boston, MA – House of Blues
Apr 13 Montreal, QC – Metropolis
Apr 14 Toronto, ON – Sound Academy
Apr 15 Detroit, MI – Royal Oak
Apr 16 Cleveland, OH – House of Blues
Apr 17 Cincinnati, OH – Bogarts
Apr 18 Chicago, IL – House of Blues
Apr 19 Chicago, IL – House of Blues
Apr 20 Minneapolis, MN – First Ave
Apr 21 Winnipeg, MB – Garrick Events
Apr 23 Edmonton, AB – Starlite
Apr 24 Calgary, AB – Macewan Hall
Apr 26 Spokane, WA – Knitting Factory
Apr 27 Seattle, WA – Showbox SoDo
Apr 28 Portland, OH – Roseland
Apr 29 San Francisco, CA – Grand Ballroom
Apr 30 Los Angeles, CA – Wiltern
May 1 San Diego, CA – Soma
May 2 Pomona, CA – Fox Theater
May 3 Fresno, CA – Rainbow Ballroom
May 5 Phoenix, AZ – Marquee Theater
May 6 Las Vegas, NV – Rock the Block
May 7 Salt Lake City, UT – Salt Air
May 8 Denver, CO – Gothic
May 10 Tulsa, OK – Cains
May 11 Dallas, TX – Palladium
May 12 San Antonio, TX – Sunset Station
May 13 Houston, TX – Warehouse Live
May 14 New Orleans, LA – House of Blues
May 16 Orlando, FL – House of Blues

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