Gideon will be joining Stray from the Path, Backtrack, No Bragging Rights and Rescuer on a tour this October through most of the South and East coasts.

10/03 Worcester, MA – The Palladium
10/04 Poughkeepsie, NY – The Loft
10/05 Pittsburgh, PA – Gators
10/06 Chicago, IL – Reggies
10/07 St. Louis, MO – Fubar
10/08 Oklahoma City, OK – Conservatory
10/09 Ft. Worth, TX – Tomcats
10/10 Houston, TX – Walters Downtown
10/11 Birmingham, AL – The Forge
10/12 Savannah, GA – The Dollhouse
10/13 Orlando, FL – Backbooth
10/14 Douglasville, GA – 7 Venue
10/15 Nashville, TN – The End
10/16 Ringgold, GA – Cloud Springs
10/17 Carrboro, NC – Local 506
10/18 Springfield, VA – Empire
10/19 West Chester, PA – The Note
10/20 Long Island, NY – Revolution
10/21 Albany, NY – Bogies

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