On the heels of a Top 10 album release in War at Heart, The Order of Elijah is back on the road. The Joplin, MO-based band dropped the album earlier this year, but had to take some time off after its release. Back to touring strength, we spoke with vocalist Shannon Low about getting back on the road:

“After War at Heart dropped in January, we found out on tour that we had climbed to the iTunes Top 10 Metal Charts. After that, I had to focus on a semester of classes for my Radiology major, so we took a small break from major touring. Now that the semester is about over, TOOE is primed to hit the road and destroy some full-length tours. Every show is going to wild.”

Dates are below.

  • June 10 Joplin MO @Solace Music Venue
  • June 16 Norman ok @ First Pastafarian Church
  • June 17 Amarillo TX @ Zombie Bar & Grill
  • June 18 Denver CO @ TBA
  • June 19 Fort Collin CO @ Surfside 7
  • June 21 Omaha NE @ Lookout Lounge
  • June 22 KC MO @ All Stars Bar
  • June 23 Plano IL @ The Brick Lounge
  • June 24 Peoria IL @ Rail II
  • June 25 Warren MI @ The Ritz

God's Unwanted Tour with The Order of Elijah


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