We As Human are enjoying success in light of their ridiculous work schedule, rigorously touring the States throughout 2012 and 2013. They’ll add to that this Fall as they set out across the U.S. again, this time supporting Filter, Red and Otherwise. Dates are below.

10/3/13  House of Blues West | Hollywood, CA
10/4/13  House of Blues | Anaheim, CA
10/6/13  The Regency Ballroom | San Francisco, CA
10/8/13  The Depot | Salt Lake City, UT
10/9/13  The Summit Music Hall | Denver, CO
10/11/13  Egyptian Room at Old | Indianapolis, IN
10/12/13  Pierre’s | Ft. Wayne, IN
10/13/13  Fishead Cantina | Baltimore, MD
10/15/13  The Ardmore Music Hall | Ardmore, PA
10/16/13  The Gramercy Theatre | New York, NY
10/17/13  Chameleon Club | Lancaster, PA
10/18/13  Fishbone Gill and Grill | Vienna, WA
10/19/13  Machine Shop | Flint, MI
10/20/13  Rt 20 | Rancine, WI
10/22/13  House Of Blues | Chicago, IL
10/25/13  The Station Bar & Grill | Broussard, LA
10/30/13  Diamond Pub & Billiards | Louisville, KY



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