Whitechapel has announced a headlining run of shows for the Decade of the Blade Tour and Fit for a King will be providing direct support. The run of shows also features The Plot in You and Enterprise Earth. Whitechapel is finishing up their sixth full-length album, while Fit for a King’s upcoming album was named as one of HM’s Most Anticipated of 2016. The Dallas-based metalcore act is currently on the road supporting The Word Alive on the Dark Matter Tour.

  • 5/04/2016 – Georfe’s Majestic Lounge – Fayetteville, AR
  • 5/05/2016 – The Outland Ballroom – Springfield, MO
  • 5/06/2016 – 89th Street Collective – Oklahoma City, OK *
  • 5/07/2016 – Jake’s Sports Cafe – Lubbock, TX
  • 5/08/2016 – Rock Island – Wichita, KS
  • 5/10/2016 – Lefty’s Live Music – Des Moines, IA
  • 5/11/2016 – Gabe’s – Iowa City, IA
  • 5/12/2016 – The Stache – Grand Rapids, MI
  • 5/13/2016 – Basement Transmissions – Erie, PA
  • 5/14/2016 – Reverb Concerts – Reading, PA
  • 5/15/2016 – Cafe 611 – Frederick, MD
  • 5/17/2016 – Higher Ground South – Burlington, VT
  • 5/18/2016 – Upstate Concert Hall – Clifton Park, NY **
  • 5/19/2016 – The Canal Club – Richmond, VA
  • 5/20/2016 – The Blind Tiger – Greensboro, NC **
  • 5/21/2016 – New Brookland Tavern – Columbia, SC
  • 5/22/2016 – Ziggy’s by the Sea – Wilmington, NC

* Whitechapel, Fit For A King, Enterprise Earth only
** Whitechapel, The Plot In You, Enterprise Earth only

Whitechapel with Fit for a King

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