Chris Carrabba will be hitting the road solo playing the band’s first studio album, “The Swiss Army Romance,” in its entirety on a 17-date tour. In addition to the tour, Dashboard will also be releasing a deluxe version of “The Swiss Army Romance.”

The all-vinyl release will feature a newly remastered version of the album spread across five 7-inch records. The records are encased in an intricately folded Swiss Army-style box with expanded artwork, guitar picks, never before seen photos and handwritten lyrics. The box set will only be sold through the band’s website and will be limited to 1,000 numbered copies.

The deluxe vinyl album is slated for release on Tuesday, November 16th. Pre-order for the album and tour starts Monday, October 4. Fans can bundle their album pre-order with tickets, an exclusive tour presale tee shirt, and a screen-printed poster. Pre-order can be found here: http://dashboard.ducatking.com/

Tour Dates are as follows:

11/27/10 — Ft. Lauderdale, FL — Revolution
11/28/10 — Orlando, FL — Social
11/30/10 — Carrboro, NC — Cat’s Cradle
12/01/10 — Richmond, VA — National
12/03/10 — Towson, MD — Recher
12/04/10 — Atlantic City, NJ — House Of Blues
12/05/10 — Allentown, PA — Crocodile Rock
12/07/10 — New York, NY — Webster Hall
12/08/10 — Asbury Park, NJ — Stone Pony
12/10/10 — New Haven, CT — Toad’s Place
12/11/10 — Boston, MA — Paradise
12/12/10 — Portland, ME — State Theatre
12/14/10 — Westchester, PA — The Note
12/15/10 — Rochester, NY — Water Street Music Hall
12/17/10 — Pontiac, MI — Crofoot
12/18/10 — Chicago, IL — Lincoln Hall
12/19/10 — Chicago, IL — Bottom Lounge

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Official website:
http://www.dashboardconfessional.com/

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