Facedown’s Onward to Olympas are heading out with Solid State’s Becoming the Archetype and To Speak of Wolves (Aug 10-15) for a late summer tour.  The Bring Your Own Bowl Cut Tour will run from July 29th to August 15th and Becoming the Archetype will be handing out a free shirt each night to the person with the best bowl cut.

Tour Dates:
7/29 Greenville, SC @ The Channel Venue
7/30 Virginia Beach, VA @ Club Relevant
7/31 Lynchburg, VA @ Crosspoint Venue
8/1 Linthicum Heights, MD @ LHUMC
8/2 New Castle, DE @ The Crossroads Church
8/3 Fredericksburg, VA @ TBA
8/4 Clinton, NJ @ The Aquifer
8/5 Lemoyne, PA @ The Champion Ship
8/7 Gilford, NH @ Soulfest (BTA only)
8/8 Gilford, NH @ Soulfest (BTA only)
8/10 Cleveland, OH @ Peabody’s Downunder
8/11 Westland, MI @ Token Lounge
8/12 Richmond, IN @ The Outlet In
8/13 Owensboro, KY @ TBA
8/14 Columbia, SC @ Westminster Presbyterian Church
8/15 Trinity, AL @ Lifepointe Church

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