Dashboard Confessional frontman Chris Carrabba will play eight solo acoustic shows in Midwest and East Coast cities between November 17 and December 4. The tour will hit clubs in the Chicago, Detroit, Pittsburgh, Boston, New York, Baltimore and Philadelphia markets; see below for a list of dates.

Presale tickets for all dates are available at http://dashboard.ducatking.com/ as of 12 PM local time today; general public onsale is tomorrow, Friday, October 14, at 12 PM local time.


Nov 17 — Chicago IL — The Bottom Lounge

Nov 18 — Pontiac MI — Crofoot Ballroom

Nov 19 — Pittsburgh PA — Mr. Smalls Theatre

Nov 20 — Boston MA — Paradise Rock Club

Dec 1 — New York NY — Irving Plaza

Dec 2 — Lancaster PA — Chameleon Club

Dec 3 — Towson MD — Recher Theatre

Dec 4 — Philadelphia PA — Theater of Living Arts

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