Less than a week after The Chariot disbands, Onward to Olympas is following suit. With Facedown Records since 2009, they’re announcing a short farewell tour scheduled for late Septemeber.

It was a dream come true to tour multiple countries starting at the age of 19, and I really want to thank every single person who supported us in any way. Whether you loved us or hated us, I appreciate you even knowing us. It’s been a fun ride and still humbles me to this day that I was able to live out the dream of being in a touring band — even though it’s not as glamorous as it seems (laughs). Can’t wait to see what this next chapter brings in our lives.

Tour dates:

All dates are scheduled with The Road to Milestone and Bruised But Not Broken

Sept 20 – Lithicum, MD @ LHUMC
Sept 21 – Lemoyne, PA @ The Champ
Sept 22 – Indianapolis, IN @ The Emerson Theatre
Sept 23 – Nashville, TN @ Rocketown
Sept 25 – Little Rock, AR @ Downtown Music
Sept 26 – Jackson, MS @ The Lair
Sept 27 – Charlotte, NC @ Tremont Music Hall

Onward to Olympas Farwell Tour

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