The post-metal trio Comrades is taking their latest album, Safekeeper, on the road for your summer listening pleasure. The tour will feature support from Servants, Household and Lighthouses, all on select dates as noted below.

  • 6/27 New Castle, VA @ Untitled Music Fest *
  • 6/29 Columbus, OH @ Double Happiness *
  • 6/30 Mansfield, OH @ Relax Coffee *
  • 7/01 South Bend, IN @ The Well *
  • 7/02 New London, IA @ The Filling Station **
  • 7/03-05 Champaign, IL @ Audiofeed Fest
  • 7/06 Minneapolis, MN @ House Show **
  • 7/07 Galesburg, IL @ The Bean Hive **
  • 7/10 Rockford, IL @ Frontline **
  • 7/13-14 Grand Rapids, MN @Pierced Fest **
  • 7/15 Mounds View, MN Integrity Fest @ The Northstar Room **
  • 7/16 Wilmar, MN @ Sunburnt Fest **
  • 7/17 Wilmar. MN @ Sonshine Fest
  • 7/18 Salina, KS @ Indian Rock Lodge ***
  • 7/19 Oklahoma City, OK @ Jose’s House ***
  • 7/20 McKinney, TX @ The All American ***
  • 7/21 Midland, TX @ Kegler’s ***
  • 7/22 Colorado Springs, @ CO House Show ***
  • 7/23 Phoenix, AZ @ 51 West
  • 7/25 Fresno, CA @ KuppaJoe
  • 7/27 Medford, OR @ 220 King St.
  • 7/28 Eugene, OR @ The Wandering Goat
  • 7/29 Olympia, WA @ Le Voyeur
  • 7/30 Walla Walla, WA @Jumpin’Jellybeanz
  • 8/01 Coeur d’Alene, ID @ Hanging Dcuk
  • 8/03 Laramie, WY @ House Show
  • 8/04 Kearney, NE @ Knights of Columbus ***
  • 8/05 Minneapolis, MN @ Household House **

*w/ Servants
**w/ Household
***w/ Lighthouses

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