THE WEDDING HEADLINES THE NO DIRECTION TOUR WITH PIONEER, WAVORLY, SATELLITES & SIRENS


Slospeak Records just announced that pop/rock act Pioneer will support the No Direction Tour this spring, featuring The Wedding, Wavorly and Satellites & Sirens. The tour runs from April 19 to May 14 and spans the the MidWest to SouthEast regions of the country.

To date, this is Pioneer’s most notable touring venture. “We’re really pumped to hit the road with The Wedding,” says drummer Dan Voris. “It’s an honor that they asked us. We’re ready to see the fans again and play the new set.”

The Wedding is equally prepared.  “I’m so excited about the No Direction Tour,” vocalist Matt Shelton shares. “It’s our first tour of 2012, and the first time we will get to try out some of the jams from our upcoming record. We’ve put together a really fun package for the tour, so every night should be something to look forward to.”

For more information, interviews or media passes, please contact rebecca@slospeak.com. Tour dates are listed below.
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Current tour dates include:

4/19 Dallas, TX- The Door
4/20 Muskogee, OK – Church 418
4/21 Corpus Christi, TX- The Believers Fellowship
4/22  Lafayette, LA- Cafe Chi Alpha
4/23 Jackson, MS- Duling Hall
4/26 Bartow, FL- The Venue
4/27 Orlando, FL- H20 Live!
4/28 Jacksonville, FL- Murray Hill
4/29 Charleston, SC- The Warehouse
4/30 Columbus, GA- Gallery 13 Event Center
5/1 Marietta, GA- Swayzes
5/4 Cincinnati, OH- The Underground
5/5 Greenville, IL- Agapefest
5/6 Fairview Heights, IL- Faith Fellowship
5/8 Toledo, OH- Frankies
5/10 Evansville, IN- Wired Coffee House
5/11 Linton, IN- Anchored in Faith Ministries
5/12 Franklin, IN- The Gear Music Venue
5/13 Florissant, MO- The Melvin Theatre
5/14 Osceola, IA- House of Freedom

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