Facedown Records has announced Leaders’ headlining tour with Colossus, to go on throughout September. Tour dates below!

Tour Dates

August 30 – The 360 – Hollister, California
August 31 – Phoenix Theatre – Petaluma, California
September 2 – The AAP House – Umatilla, Oregon
September 3 – Voyage Concert House – Bremerton, Washington
September 4 – The Hop – Spokane, Washington
September 5 – The 360 Bistro – Twin Falls, Idaho
September 6 – Mojoe’s – Ogden, Utah
September 7 – Sunshine Studios – Colorado Springs, Colorado
September 8 – Gasworks – Albuquerque, New Mexico
September 9 – Rudy’s – Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
September 10 – Tomcats West – Fort Worth, Texas
September 12 – Open Gate Church – El Paso, Texas
September 13 – The Underground – Mesa, Arizona
September 14 – Joshua Springs- Yucca Valley, California
September 15 – Soma – San Diego, California
September 16 – Eagles Lodge – Las Vegas, Nevada
September 17 – Cobalt Cafe – Canoga Park, California
September 18 – The Gate – Bakersfield, California
September 20 – Nitty Gritty – Rancho Cucamonga, California


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