Behold! The City to Tour With Corpus Christi This Winter on the Apocalyptour

Canadian Christian hardcore outfit will be heading out on the United States/Canada Apocalyptour serving as main support to headliners Corpus Christi (Victory Records) while Conquerors will serve as the tour opener. This stint will follow constant touring in Canada and the band’s Red Cord Records debut entitled Seekers. The band has plans to return to the US more throughout 2013 and will keep their fans updated with these dates via their Facebook.

APOCALYPTOUR

(with Corpus Christi and Conquerors)

December 26th – Terre Haute, IN — THMV

December 27th – Indianapolis, IN — The Hoosier Dome

December 28th – Fort Wayne, IN — Broadripple

December 29th – Goshen, IN — The Note Venue

December 30th – Steger, IL — Another Hole In The Wall

December 31st – Kalkaska, MI — Kalkaska Civic Center

January 1st – Detroit, MI — The Rack & Roll

January 2nd – London, ON — TBA

January 3rd – Peterborough,ON — The Spill

January 4th – Toronto, ON — TBA

January 5th – Buffalo, NY — Broadway Joe’s

January 6th – Canton OH — The Auricle

January 7th – Columbus OH — Crossroads Church

January 8th – Newport KY — Thompson House

LINKS

https://www.facebook.com/beholdthecity

http://www.twitter.com/beholdthecity

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

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