On the heels of releasing their latest EP, Space, The Devil Wears Prada announced today they will embark on a fall tour with industrial-core heavyweights, Motionless in White. The two bands have shared the stage previously at Warped Tour. Tickets go on sale this Friday. Tour dates below.

The Devil Wears Prada’s latest EP, released through Rise Records, had a great first week debut, entering Billboard’s Current Albums charts at No. 18.

Oct. 17 Paramount, Long Island, NY
Oct. 18 Upstate Concert Hall, Clifton Park, NY
Oct. 19 House of Blues, Boston, MA
Oct. 20 Paradox Theatre, Montreal, QC
Oct. 21 London Music Hall, London, ON
Oct. 23 Stage AE, Pittsburgh, PA
Oct. 24 Agora Ballroom, Cleveland, OH
Oct. 25 The Fillmore, Detroit, MI
Oct. 26 Intersection, Grand Rapids, MI
Oct. 28 The Rave, Milwaukee, WI
Oct. 29 Bogarts, Cincinnati, OH
Oct. 31 Crocodile Rock, Allentown, PA
Nov. 1 Starland Ballroom, Sayreville, NJ
Nov. 3 The Fillmore, Silver Spring, MD
Nov. 4 Amos, Charlotte, NC
Nov. 5 Masquerade, Atlanta, GA
Nov. 6 House of Blues, Myrtle Beach, SC
Nov. 7 Beacham, Orlando, FL
Nov. 8 The Ritz, Tampa, FL
Nov. 10 House of Blues, Houston, TX
Nov. 11 Alamo City Music Hall, San Antonio, TX
Nov. 13 Club Red, Phoenix, AZ
Nov. 14 Fox Theatre, Pomona, CA
Nov. 15 Brooklyn Bowl, Las Vegas, NV
Nov. 16 The Complex, Salt Lake City, UT
Nov. 18 Gothic Theatre, Denver, CO
Nov. 20 Mill City Nights, Minneapolis, MN

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