Putting the final touches on their new album, A DAY TO REMEMBER is ready to hit the road, and they’re taking the new songs with them. A DAY TO REMEMBER has successfully headlined TOURSICK, selling out each venue in their path. Mark their words, A DAY TO REMEMBER will be “taking over the world” in support of their upcoming release. Setting off the U.S. leg of their world tour ferociously with support from Underoath and Victory label mates CLOSE YOUR EYES, this is one show that should not be missed.

Fan club pre-sale has begun and tickets can be purchased here

Tickets for the general public will go on sale this Friday (9/24)

11/2/2010

House of Blues Myrtle Beach SC

11/3/2010

Disco Rodeo Raleigh NC

11/4/2010

NORVA Norfolk VA

11/5/2010

Asbury Park Convention Center Asbury Park NJ

11/6/2010

Crocodile Rock Allentown PA

11/8/2010

Northern Lights Clifton Park NY

11/9/2010

Mid Hudson Civic Center Poughkeepsie NY

11/10/2010

Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel Providence RI

11/12/2010

Headliners Toledo OH

11/13/2010

Expo Five Louisville KY

11/14/2010

Orbit Room Grand Rapids MI

11/16/2010

The Rave Milwaukee WI

11/17/2010

Pop’s Sauget IL

11/18/2010

Val Air Ballroom Des Moines IA

11/19/2010

Diamond Ballroom Oklahoma City OK

11/21/2010

Club 101 El Paso TX

11/22/2010

The East Side Drive In Austin TX

11/23/2010

Las Palmas Race Park Mission TX

11/27/2010

Rocketown Nashville TN

11/28/2010

New Daisy Theatre Memphis TN

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