dayofvengeance
Day of Vengeance will be touring in support of Becoming the Archetype on the MYTHBUSTOUR this April and May. Be sure to pick up Day of Vengeance’s Red Cord Records’ debut album He Who Has Ears (Available on iTunes and at the Red Cord Records’ store www.redcordrecords.com).
Tour Dates:
Fri. 4/22 – Jacksonville, FL @ Murray Hill Theatre
Sat. 4/23 – Clermont, FL @ FUMC
Sun. 4/24 – Kissimmee, FL @ Second Saturday Showcase
Tue. 4/26 – Hammond, LA @ TBA
Wed. 4/27 – Houston, TX @ TBA
Thu. 4/28 – Waco, TX @ Art Ambush
Fri. 4/29 – Joplin, MO @ Solace
Sat. 4/30 – Agape Fest @ Greenville, IL
Sun. 5/1 – Decatur, IL @ Wake the Dead
Mon. 5/2 – Newark, OH @ TBA
Tue. 5/3 – Hagerstown, MD @ Rescue Center Mission
Wed. 5/4 – Crofton, MD @ the MACC
Thu. 5/5 – Charlotte, NC @ 1Amos’s Southend
Fri. 5/6 – Marietta, GA @ The Local
Sat. 5/7 – Madison, AL @ Cornerstone Church

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