Conveyer is hitting the road with High Hopes and Prophets this summer on an extended run that includes a performance at Audiofeed. Melodic metalcore band High Hopes will join them, a British band making their first trek across the United States. Guitarist Ty Brooks spoke about the tour via press release:

“We have been waiting patiently to announce this tour for a while. Hitting Canada for the first time is very exciting for us, as well as playing a ton of our favorite venues in the States on this tour. We are honored to have Prophets and High Hopes on board with us.”

The band’s latest release came in 2015, When Given Time to Grow.

  • 6/29 – Fargo, ND – New Direction
  • 6/30 – Burnsville, MN – The Garage
  • 7/01 – Milwaukee, WI – Studio 200
  • 7/02 – Urbana, IL – Audiofeed Festival
  • 7/03 – Port Huron, MI – The Dog House
  • 7/04 – Windsor, Ontario, Canada – The Beer Exchange
  • 7/05 – London, Ontario, Canada – Rum Runners
  • 7/06 – St. Catherines, Ontario, Canada – Detour Music Hall
  • 7/07 – Hamilton, Ontario, Canada – Club Absinthe
  • 7/08 – Toronto, Ontario, Canada – Sneaky Dees
  • 7/09 – Montreal, Quebec, Canada – On Rock Community
  • 7/10 – Kingston, Ontario, Canada – Overtime Sports Bar
  • 7/11 – Ottawa, Ontario, Canada – Cafe Dekcuf
  • 7/13 – Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada – Black Pirates Pub
  • 7/14 – Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada – Bandwidth Theatre
  • 7/15 – Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada – The Mercury
  • 7/16 – Calgary, Alberta, Canada – Kensington Commons
  • 7/18 – Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada – The 333
  • 7/19 – Bremerton, WA – The Charleston
  • 7/20 – Grants Pass, OR – Eaden Ballroom
  • 7/21 – Fresno, CA – Dynamite Vinyl
  • 7/22 – Van Nuys, CA – White Oak Music
  • 7/23 – San Diego, CA – Soma
  • 7/24 – Tempe, AZ – Fiftyonewest
  • 7/25 – El Paso, TX – Mesa Music Hall
  • 7/26 – Albuquerque, NM – Blu Phoenix
  • 7/28 – Colorado Springs, CO – Black Sheep
  • 7/29 – Omaha, NE – Lookout Lounge
  • 7/30 – Des Moines, IA – Lefty’s
  • 7/31 – Eau Claire, WI – The Plus

Conveyer Summer 2016

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