Facedown Records’ My Epic is heading out on tour with Oceana (Rise) to promote their current album Yet.
Yet is about the distance between that which has already been traveled, overcome, and discarded, and the journey still to come.  It is about the evidence, even now, of what will be.  It is about a G-d who is so brilliantly and blindingly big that our rational minds can only be left to cower at His depths.  He is so magnificent that we cannot yet look him in the eye and yet He desires to live within us.”
Tour Dates*

Oct 16 – East Ridge, TN @ LIVESTOCK FEST
Oct 17 – Lynchburg, VA @ The Hive
Oct 18 – Fredericksburg, VA @ The Refuge
Oct 19 – Crofton, MD @ Macc
Oct 22 – Lansing, MI @ Mac’s Bar
Oct 23 – Toledo, OH @ Frankie’s Inner City
Oct 26 – La Crosse, WI @ The Warehouse
Oct 27 – Minneapolis, MN @ The Beat
Oct 28 – Sioux Falls, SD @ Senior Weiner
Oct 29 – Jefferson, SD @ Community Center
Oct 30 – Denver, CO @ Quixotes
Oct 31 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court
Nov 2 – Seattle, WA @ Studio Seven
Nov 4 – Petaluma, CA @ CW Gallery
Nov 6 – Temecula, CA @ The Vault
Nov 7 – Chino, CA @ The Stronghold
Nov 8 – Yucaipa, CA @ Joshua Springs CC
Nov 12 – El Paso, TX @ Vineyard
Nov 13 – San Antonio, TX @ White Rabbit
Nov 14 – Dallas, TX @ Fat Daddy’s
Nov 15 – Joplin, MO @ The Foundry
Nov 16 – Russellville, AR @ Grindhouse Skatepark
Nov 17 – Oxford, MS @ Red House
Nov 20 – Douglasville, GA @ 7 Venue BBQ Fest

*more dates soon to be announced
http://facedownrecords.com/tours/



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