THE GREAT TRANSPARENCY announces the REBUILD YOUR LOVE TOUR that kicks off Friday Oct 8. With only a short break after the POP RALLY TOUR with Satellites and Sirens, TGT is very excited for this tour that will not only included the acoustic duo Temple Veil as special guest on many of the dates, but also because they will be performing some of their new never before heard music.

Tour dates below
Oct. 8 – Croton, Ohio @ Croton Church of Christ*
Oct 9 – Marysville, Ohio @ Marysville UMC*
Oct 10 – Bluffton, Ohio @ Bluffton University*
Oct 12 – Indianapolis, IN @ Old Bethel UMC*
Oct 13 – Kokomo, IN @ Western High School*
Oct 15 – Elkton, VA @ Shenandoah Valley Youth Center w/ Temple Veil, White Collar Side Show
Oct 16 – Virginia Beach, VA @ Tidewater Central Church of the Naz. w/ Philmont
Oct 17 –  Greensboro, NC @ The Well w/ Temple Veil
Oct 18 – Greenville, SC @ The Channel w/Temple Veil
Oct 19 – Lake City, FL @ Church on the Way w/ Temple Veil
Oct 20 – Lake City, FL @ CO2 Youth Orchard Church w/ Temple Veil
Oct 21 – Monroe, GA @ The Rock Student Center w/Temple Veil
Oct 22 – Mobile, AL @ Spring Hill College w/ Temple Veil
Oct 23 – Franklin, TN @ The Cave w/ Temple Veil
Oct 24 – Kettering, Ohio @ Parkview Church of the Naz*

*only The Great Transparency will be appearing

ABOUT THE GREAT TRANSPARENCY
The Great Transparency (Columbus, Ohio) is a Power Pop group that that is the latest signing of Razzbarry Records consist of band members Jeremiah Wagner, Tommy Clingan, Jameson Leasure and Chris Chapman, They have toured the country playing over 175 shows this past year, while independently selling over 2000 copies of their latest EP, If Worse Comes To Worst.

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