Melodic hardcore band from New York Until We Are Ghosts will be hitting the road this summer with back-to-back tours. The five-piece band will start off their first tour on June 2 with The Apprehended then continue their second run with Sail the Seven and Solomon starting June 14. See the tour dates below to find out when they’ll be playing in your area.

Tour with The Apprehended:

Jun 2 – Clarksburg, WV @ Main Street Cafe
Jun 3 – Johnson City, TN @ Mecca Lounge
Jun 4 – Fayetteville, NC @ Drunk Horse Pub
Jun 6 – Augusta, GA @ HIC Skatepark
Jun 7 – Orlando, FL @ Bombshell Tavern (UWAG Only)
Jun 9 – Panama City, FL @ AM Theatre
Jun 10 – Tupelo, MS @ Goodtime Charlie’s
Jun 11 – Lake Charles, LA @ Centerstage Bar

Tour with Sail the Seven and Solomon:

Jun 14 – Tulsa, OK @ Vanguard Hall
Jun 16 – Denver, CO @ Gypsy House
Jun 17 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Loading Dock
Jun 18 – Boise, ID @ The Shredder
Jun 20 – Stockton, CA @ Bus Stop Cafe
Jun 21 – Los Angeles, CA @ Cobalt Cafe
Jun 22 – San Diego, CA @ Epicentre
Jun 24 – Mesa, AZ @ Nile Underground
Jun 25 – Albuquerque, NM @ Gasworks
Jun 26 – Amarillo, TX @ Wreckroom
Jun 27 – Fort Worth, TX @ Tomcats West



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