This November, Emery will join BC Music label mates, The Classic Crime, and Tooth and Nail’s Artifex Pereo on a 10-date tour. The band will hit the western half of the US with stops in TX, AZ, CA, OR and WA.

In addition to their typical set, they will have a full-band acoustic set for fans who purchase VIP tickets at http://www.emeryvip.com/

The band explains the reasoning for the acoustic set:

People always beg us to do an acoustic tour, so we figured that we could do that while we are already in town for a rock show and then we could meet the special fans that are responsible for us having such a long and awesome career. We are gonna play a special acoustic full band set right there on the floor with you. It will be all different songs than we will be playing later that night.

And yes, for the first time ever, we will play ‘Ann Marie.’

 

Emery w/ The Classic Crime & Artifex Pereo…

11/10 – Houston, TX @ Scout Bar

11/11 – Austin, TX @ Dirty Dog

11/12 – Ft. Worth, TX @ Tomcats West

11/14 – Phoenix, AZ @ The Underground

11/16 – San Diego, CA @ TBA

11/17 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Whisky

11/19 – Sacramento, CA @ The Boardwalk

11/20 – Portland, OR @ Hawthorne

11/21 – Seattle, WA @ El Corazon

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