After recently signing with Luxor Records, The Order of Elijah is heading out with labelmates Forsake the Fallen for a quick Midwest run. They will be begin in Kokomo, IN before closing with a hometown show on April 11. Vocalist Shannon Low, the band’s anchor after some member changes. Dates below.

  • Fri 3/27/2015 Kokomo, IN Center Stage
  • Sat 3/28/2015 Braddock, PA Ink Division
  • Sun 3/29/2015 Reynoldsville, PA Fox’s Pizza Den
  • Mon 3/30/2015 Westland, MI Token Lounge
  • Tue 3/31/2015 Lakewood, OH The Foundry
  • Wed 4/1/2015 Defiance, OH TBA
  • Thurs 4/2/2015 Crest Hill, IL TBA
  • Fri 4/3/2015 Peoria, IL Rail II
  • Sat 4/4/2015 Des Moines TBA
  • Sun 4/5/2015 Kansas City, KS Vandals
  • Tues 4/7/2015 Oklahoma TBA
  • Wed 4/8/2015 Dallas, TX Doors Club
  • Thurs 4/9/2015 Memphis, TN Rock House Live
  • Fri 4/10/2015 Little Rock, AR Vinos
  • Sat 4/11/2015 Joplin, MO Solace Music


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