Brian “Head” Welch will be co-headling the Over My Head Tour with Decyfer Down. The tour will include special guests The Letter Black and The Wedding with tour sponsorship from The Mocha Club and HM Magazine.

Head is pleased to announce the following dates with more coming soon:
March 25 – Greenville, SC – The Channel
March 26 – Knoxville, TN – Square Room
March 27 – Charleston , SC – TBA
March 30 – Douglasville, GA – The 7 Venue
March 31 – Chattanooga, TN – TBA
April 1 – Mobile, AL – Forest Hill Church of God
April 9 – Beesville, TX – TBA
April 19 – Tulsa, OK – The Marquee
April 20 – Joplin, MO – The Foundry
April 21 – Cabot, AR – Mount Carmel Baptist Church
April 22 – Paragold, AR – Greene County Fair
April 23 – Kansas City, MO – Municipal Auditorium

The Over My Head Tour is still booking. Be sure to check the www.brianheadwelch.net for additonal dates to be added. If you are intersted in booking a date of the tour, contact William Morris Entertainment.

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