BLACK REBEL MOTORCYCLE CLUB POSTPONES SEVERAL HEADLINE SHOWS, WILL REJOIN STONE TEMPLE PILOTS ON THEIR RE-ROUTED U.S. TOUR

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club has postponed forthcoming headline shows scheduled amidst their run with Stone Temple Pilots on their U.S. tour, due to a recent announcement by Stone Temple Pilots to re-route a portion of their tour. Black Rebel Motorcycle Club will do the same, and pick back up in October.

The trio recently returned from an extensive overseas run and completed two headline shows on the West Coast before joining Stone Temple Pilots in Houston. Their Little Rock headline show originally scheduled for September 24 will now take place October 17 with their Dallas headline performance now happening October 24 at Trees. They will pick back up with STP on October 8 in Tampa when that tour resumes following a brief postponement.

BLACK REBEL MOTORCYCLE CLUB WITH STONE TEMPLE PILOTS

October 3 – Nashville, Tenn. @ Exit/In *
October 4 – Atlanta, Ga. @ Masquerade *
October 5 – Asheville, N.C. @ The Grey Eagle *
October 8 – Tampa, Fla. @ St. Pete Times Forum
October 9 – Orlando, Fla. @ UCF Arena
October 12 – Hollywood, Fla. @ Hard Rock
October 13 – Estero, Fla. @ Germain Arena
October 15 – Baton Rouge, La. @ Baton Rogue River Center
October 16 – Pensacola Beach, Fla. @ Santa Rosa Beach (De Luna Festival)
October 17 – Little Rock, Ark. @ The Rev Room *
October 19 – Raleigh, N.C. @ Raleigh Amphitheater
October 20 – Charlotte, N.C. @ Road Runner Mobile Amphitheatre
October 22 – Bee Cave, Texas @ The Backyard
October 23 – Corpus Christi, Texas @ Concrete Street Amphitheatre
October 24 – Dallas, Texas @ Trees *
October 26 – San Diego, Calif. @ Viejas Arena
October 27 – Santa Barbara, Calif. @ Santa Barbara County Bowl

* Headline shows without Stone Temple Pilots

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