If your Christmas wish this year is to see Phinehas on a holiday tour, than you’re in luck. This holiday season, the band will hit the road with Death of an Era for cross-country tour from North Carolina to California.

To get in the Christmas spirit, be sure to check out the band’s rendition of “O Come O Come Emmanuel” from last year.

  • 12/5 Charlotte, NC @ Tremont Music Hall
  • 12/6 Marietta, GA @ Swayze’s Venue
  • 12/7 Chattanooga, TN @ Cloud Springs Del
  • 12/8 Covington, KY @ The Loft
  • 12/9 St Louis, MO @ The Mad Magician
  • 12/10 Kansas City, MO @ The Riot Room (Phinehas Only)
  • 12/11 Austin, TX @ Dirty Dog Bar
  • 12/12 San Antonio, TX @ Limelight
  • 12/13 Amarillo, TX @ The Wreck Room
  • 12/14 El Paso, TX @ Electric Banana
  • 12/15 Scottsdale AZ @ Pub Rock
  • 12/16 San Diego, CA @ Woody’s
  • 12/17 Henderson, NV @ Eagle Aerie Hall
  • 12/18 Canoga Park, CA @ Cobalt Cafe
  • 12/19 Walnut Creek, CA @ Red House
  • 12/20 Santa Rosa, CA @ Arlene Francis Center
  • 12/21 Anaheim, CA @ The Music Hall


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