With Increase has announced the dates and venues of their tour with labelmates Strengthen What Remains. The West Coast 2014 Tour extends a little over a month throughout the Midwest and West coasts. Check out the dates below to see when they’re playing in your area.

With Increase’s upcoming tour is in support of their recent album, Death is Inevitable, which came out February via Blood and Ink Records.

With Increase tour dates with Strengthen What Remains:

  • July 16 – Gainesville, FL @ Display *
  • July 17 – Panama City, FL @ A&M Theatre *
  • July 18 – Birmingham, AL @ The Forge *
  • July 20 – Lawton, OK @ The ARCH *
  • July 21 – Amarillo, TX @ The War Room
  • July 22 – Albuquerque, NM @ Black Water Music
  • July 23 – Pinedale, NM (House Show)
  • July 24 – Las Vegas, NV (House Show)
  • July 26 – Fullerton, CA @ Programme Skate Shop
  • July 28 – Tuscon, AZ @ Gary’s Place
  • July 29 – El Paso, TX @ The Naylair
  • July 31 – Dallas, TX @ The Taqueria
  • Aug 1 – Rosenberg, TX @ The Shed
  • Aug 2 –  Baton Rouge, LA @ The Library
  • Aug 3 – Pensacola, FL @ The Handlebar

*w/ With Increase only


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