laceyecrm3BIG 2010 TOUR ANNOUNCEMENT FROM LACEY!
Hey this is Lacey,and we wanted to let everyone know what’s happening with Flyleaf. We have accepted an invitation to tour with Breaking Benjamin and Three Days Grace! The tour starts January 15 and will go all over the US for almost 7 weeks! Check our website for when we are comin near you. We’d love to see you and we thank you so very much for all the love and support you’ve shown us. Happy Holidays! We love you guys!

BACK ON THE ROAD IN THE NEW YEAR!
After the big 89X show this weekend, the band breaks for the holiday. But check out the dates below for all three legs of the 2010 Tour. First with Three Days Grace and Breaking Benjamin, then Chevelle joins in place of BB, and next a headline tour in the UK through March that is still being finalized.

The band will continue to drop notes on their twitter, @Flyleafmusic and Facebook all along the way while they’re on tour.

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Dec 18 – 89XFMs”The Night 89X Stole Chirtmas 12″-Detroit, MI
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ON TOUR WITH THREE DAYS GRACE & BREAKING BENJAMIN
Jan 15 – Peoria Civic Center Arena – Peoria, Illinois
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Jan 16 – Joe Louis Arena – Detroit, Michigan
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Jan 18 – Alliant Energy Center – Madison, Wisconsin
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Jan 20 – Duluth Ent Conv Center Arena – Duluth, Minnesota
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Jan 21 – LaCrosse Center Arena – LaCrosse, Wisconsin
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Jan 23 – Alltel Center – Mankato, Minnesota
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Jan 24 – Rockford Metro Center – Rockford, Illinois
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Jan 26 – Heartland Events Center – Grand Island, Nebraska
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Jan 27 – US Cellular Center – Cedar Rapids, Iowa
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Jan 29 – Roberts Stadium – Evansville, Indiana
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Jan 30 – Allen County War Mem. Coliseum – Fort Wayne, Indiana
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Feb 1 – Rupp Arena – Lexington, Kentucky
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Feb 2 – The Big Sandy Superstore Arena – Huntington, West Virginia
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ON TOUR WITH THREE DAYS GRACE & CHEVELLE
Feb 4 – Tullio Arena – Erie, Pennsylvania
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Feb 5 – Washington Avenue Armory – Albany, New York
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Feb 6 – Wachovia Arena – Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
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FLYLEAF HEADLINE TOUR IN THE UK
Mar 22 – Wedgewood Rooms – Portsmouth
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Mar 23 – Rock City – Nottingham
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Mar 24 – Cockpit – Leeds
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Mar 26 – Academy 2 – Newcastle
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Mar 27 – King Tuts – Glasgow
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Mar 28 – Academy – Eire, Dublin
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Mar 30 – Academy 3 – Manchester
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Mar 31 – Academy 2 – Birmingham
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Apr 1 – Islington Academy – London

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