It’s good to see Leaders out on the road, and they’ll be doing it alongside Thick as Blood on the first leg of their goodbye. Dates below, courtesy of Lambgoat:

3/18 Jackson, MS – Rampage Skate Park
3/20 Barrington, IL – Penny Road Pub
3/21 Toledo, OH – Frankie’s
3/22 Toronto, ON – El Mocambo (no Legion)
3/23 Rochester, NY – The Flying Squirrel
3/24 Poughkeepsie, NY – The Loft
3/25 Providence, RI – Columbus Club
3/26 Hartford, CT – Webster Underground
3/27 Lemoyne, PA – The Championship
3/28 Allentown, PA – Planet Trog
3/31 Springfield, VA – Empire
4/2 Ringgold, GA – Cloud Springs Deli
4/3 Douglasville, GA – The Grind Skatepark
4/7 Tampa, FL – Epic Problem
4/8 Orlando, FL – Uncle Lou’s
4/11 Memphis, TN – The Abbey
4/12 Nashville, TN – The Owl Farm
4/14 Newport, KY – Thompson House
4/15 Kent, OH – The Outpost
4/16 Elmira, NY – Southside Slammer

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