Labelmates Phinehas and Beware The Neverending have teamed up to co-headline a tour they’re calling the “Hangout on the Highway” tour. The 12-date tour will hit select places across the East Coast and Midwest, with a few shows in Texas. Phinehas is supporting The Last Word is Yours to Speak, a record that popped in at No. 2 on iTunes’ Metal chart.

8/25 Berkeley Heights, NJ — Berkeley Heights VFW
8/26 Kent, OH — TBA
8/27 Kokomo, IN — Centerstage Bar & Grill
8/28 Madison, WI — Willy Street Pub & Grill
8/30 St. Cloud, MN — The Keller Bar *
8/31 Lacrosse, WI — The Warehouse *
9/02 Johnsonville, TN — The Mecca Lounge
9/03 Vucennes, IN — Vincennes Music Venue
9/04 Oglethorpe, GA — Cloud Springs Deli
9/06 Denton, TX — Hailey’s Club
9/07 Tyler, TX — Crossroads
9/08 Amarillo, TX — The Wreck Room
9/09 Broken Arrow, OK — Rudy’s *


Beware the Neverending and Phinehas's 'Hangout on the Highway' Tour


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