We’re hitting the road again. Our US tour will take us from Portland to Florida and back over the course of two months. This tour will be a little different for us on many fronts. After 700 shows in 5 years, this will be the last Destroy Nate Allen tour before we take a sabbatical from the road.

We have been running non-stop for the last several years and we’re ready for a break. We’ll still be playing locally and regionally. The goal for our upcoming tour is to visit many of the places we haven’t been in a while and a few of our favorite stops along the way.  If you know anyone in these towns please tell them we are coming!

All Shows are All-Ages unless otherwise noted. Details are subject to change.  For an updated list visit www.destroynateallen.com/shows

10/16/12 in Portland, OR   Slabtown (21+)

10/17/12 in Springfield, OR   Gathering Place

10/18/12 in Grants Pass, OR   703 SE 9th St

10/20/12 in Talent, OR  207  Talent Ave

10/22/12 in Redding, CA   House Show

10/23/12 in Santa Rosa, CA   House Show

10/26/12 in Stockton, CA   Plea For Peace

10/27/12 in Torrance, CA   3027 Winlock Rd (S. of LA)

10/28/12 in San Diego, CA   Che Café

10/29/12 in Phoenix, AZ    Trunk Space

10/31/12 in Albuquerque, NM     Wagon Wheel

11/01/12 in Halfway Between ABQ & Denver   TBA

11/02/12 in Denver, CO  Deer Pile

11/03/12 in Omaha, NE  Louis Bar

11/04/12 in Lawrence, KS   TBA

11/05/12 in St. Louis, MO   Foam

11/06/12 in Indianapolis, IN   Hoosier   Dome

11/07/12 in Elkhart, IN   House Show

11/08/12 in Grand Rapids, MI   Crosby House

11/09/12 in Kalamazoo, MI   Wayne Manor

11/10/12 in Detroit, MI    Jensen House

11/13/12 in Cleveland, OH  Mahall’s 20 Lanes

11/14/12 in Dayton, OH    Cathouse

11/15/12 in Johnson City, TN    The Mecca

11/16/12 in Greenville, SC   Casa Fe Santangelo

11/17/12 in Jacksonville, FL   Shanty Town (21+)

11/18/12 in Gainesville, FL   Display

11/19/12 in Vero Beach, FL   TBA

11/20/12 in Miami, FL   TBA

11/21/12 in Tampa, FL   Sacred Grounds

11/23/12 in Mobile, AL   Satori

11/24/12 in Jackson, MISS   TBA

11/25/12 in Nashville, TN   Studio 100

11/26/12 in Memphis, TN   HELP

11/29/12 in Hot Springs, AR   House Show

11/30/12 in Dallas, TX   TBA

12/02/12 in Austin, TX   Cobra Studios

12/03/12 in Houston, TX   Avenue L

12/04/12 in Waco, TX   House Show

12/05/12 in Killeen, TX   TBA

12/06/12 in Abilene, TX 1215 Monroe St.

12/07/12 in El Paso / Las Cruces   TBA

12/08/12 in Tuscon, AZ   TBA

12/09/12 in Phoenix, AZ    TBA

12/10/12 in Las Vegas, NV         TBA

12/11/12 in Pomona, CA   VLHS

12/12/12 in Hollywood, CA   TBA

12/13/12 in Visalia, CA   House Show

12/14/12 in San Jose, CA   Rock Shop

12/15/12 in Bay Area   TBA

12/16/12 in San Francisco, CA   TBA

12/17/12 in Reno, NV   Holland Project

12/18/12 in Sacramento, CA   TBA


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