A year after the release of Ixora, Copeland is heading back out on a headlining tour across the U.S. with Eisley and We are the City. This tour marks the first tour by Copeland since their 2009 breakup and subsequent reunion. The band released Ixora in November of 2014 with vocalist Aaron Marsh producing, recording the album in his home studio in Florida. Tickets and VIP packages are available now.

  • November 5 – Cannery Ballroom, Nashville, TN
  • November 6- Cat’s Cradle, Carrborro, NC
  • November 7 – Soundstage, Baltimore, MD
  • November 8 – Theatre of Living Arts, Philadelphia, PA
  • November 10 – Gramercy Theatre, New York, NY
  • November 12 – The Sinclair, Boston, MA
  • November 13 – Altar Bar, Pittsburgh, PA
  • November 14 – Crofoot, Pontiac, MI
  • November 15 – The Metro, Chicago, IL
  • November 17 – Varsity Theatre, Minneapolis, MN
  • November 18 – Wooly’s, Des Moines, IA
  • November 20 – Pub Station, Billings, MT
  • November 21 – Stage 112, Missoula, MT
  • November 22 – Hawthorne Theatre, Portland, OR
  • November 24 – Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, CA
  • November 25 – Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA
  • November 27 – The Irenic, San Diego, CA
  • November 28 – Glass House, Pomona, CA
  • November 29 – Club Xs, Tucson, AZ
  • December 1 – Trees, Dallas, TX
  • December 2 – Mohawk, Austin, TX
  • December 3 – Warehouse Live, Houston, TX
  • December 4 – House of Blues, New Orleans, LA
  • December 5 – The Loft, Atlanta, GA
  • December 6 – The Social, Orlando, FL

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