For Today has just announced a headlining tour with Motionless in White, Chelsea Grin, For the Fallen Dreams, and In the Midst of Lions. The tour kicks off at the second night of Facedown Fest.
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Tour Dates
Apr 9 – Pomona, CA @ Glasshouse (Facedown Fest)*
Apr 11 – Tucson, AZ @ Skrappy’s
Apr 12 – Albuquerque, NM @ El Rey Theatre
Apr 13 – Lubbock, TX @ Jake’s
Apr 14 – Oklahoma City, OK @ Conservatory
Apr 15 – Little Rock, AR @ Downtown Music Hall
Apr 16 – Tulsa, OK @ Marquee Theatre
Apr 17 – Kansas City, MO @ El Torreon
Apr 18 – Iowa City, IA @ The Blue Moose
Apr 19 – Bloomington, IL @ The Castle Theatre
Apr 20 – Indianapolis, IN @ Emerson Theatre
Apr 21 – Nashville, TN @ Rockettown
Apr 22 – Chattanooga, TN @ Warehouse Downtown
Apr 23 – Douglasville, GA @ The 7 Venue
Apr 26 – Columbia, SC @ New Brookland Tavern
Apr 27 – Raleigh, NC @ The Brewery
Apr 28 – Richmond, VA @ Alley Katz
Apr 29 – Wilmington, DE @ Harmony Grange
Apr 30 – Manchester, NH @ Rocko’s
May 1 – East Rutherford, NJ @ Bamboozle*

*FOR TODAY only
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