Without a doubt, the tour you will not want to miss. Here are the early dates for The Chariot’s farewell tour, playing alongside Glass Cloud, Birds In Row, To The Wind and Rebuker:

10/10 West Columbia, SC – New Brookland Tavern
10/11 Charlotte, NC – The Milestone Club
10/12 Greensboro, NC – Greene Street Club
10/15 New York, NY – Santos Party House
10/16 Worcester, MA – Palladium Upstairs
10/17 Philadelphia, PA – The Barbary
10/20 Jeanette, PA – Gators Lounge
10/21 Buffalo, NY – The Waiting Room
10/23 Cleveland, OH – Peabodys
10/24 Grand Rapids, MI – Pyramid Scheme
10/25 Columbus, OH – The Basement
10/26 Chicago, IL – Bottom Lounge
10/27 Minneapolis, MN – 7th St Entry
10/30 Salt Lake City, UT – The Shred Shed
11/06 Anaheim, CA – Chain Reaction
11/08 Mesa, AZ – Underground
11/10 Dallas, TX – The Door
11/13 Jacksonville, FL – Jack Rabbits Live
11/14 Orlando, FL – The Social
11/15 Tampa, FL – The Orpheum
11/16 Atlanta, GA – Hell At The Masquerade

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