Tour Dates

03/10  Philadelphia, PA
03/11  Philadelphia, PA
03/13  Worcester, MA
03/16  Pittsburgh, PA
03/18  Niagara Falls, NY
03/19  Montreal, QC
03/20  Toronto, ON
03/22  Royal Oak, MI
03/24  Chicago, IL
03/25  Minneapolis, MN
03/26  Kansas City, MO
03/27  Denver, CO
03/29  Magna, UT
03/30  Spokane, WA
03/31  Seattle, WA
04/01  Vancouver, BC
04/02  Portland, OR
04/03  San Francisco, CA
04/05  Fresno, CA
04/07  San Diego, CA
04/08  Tempe, AZ
04/09  Tempe AZ
04/11  Tulsa, OK
04/12  Austin, TX
04/13  Houston, TX
04/15  Atlanta, GA
04/18  Saint Petersburg, FL

WE CAME AS ROMANS AND PIERCE THE VEIL
TO SUPPORT A DAY TO REMEMBER
ON SPRING 2011 TOUR

Image descriptionDEC 13 – We Came As Romans and Pierce The Veil have announced that they will be joining A Day To Remember and Bring Me The Horizon on a full U.S. and Canada tour this Spring.

We Came As Romans are currently touring Australia and New Zealand alongside Megadeth, A Day To Remember, and more on the No Sleep Til Festival Tour. They will kick off 2011 on the Motel 6 Rock Yourself To Sleep Tour with For Today, The Word Alive, Woe Is Me and labelmates, Texas In July. Following the A Day To Remember tour, the Michigan-based sextet will continue their non-stop touring as they head back overseas for the 2011 Scream It Like You Mean It Tour in Europe.

After wrapping up the 2010 Vans Warped Tour as well as tours of Australia and Japan, Pierce The Veil are now touring the US alongside Attack Attack!, Emmure, Of Mice & Men, and In Fear And Faith. The San Diego-based quartet will next join Silverstein, Miss May I, The Chariot, and A Bullet For Pretty Boy on the Peter Says Denim Winterizer tour, which beings in January 2011.

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Tour dates can be seen below:

w/A Day To Remember, Bring Me The Horizon
Mar 10  Philadelphia, PA @ The Electric Factory
Mar 11  Philadelphia, PA @ The Electric Factory
Mar 13  Worcester, MA @ The Palladium
Mar 16  Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE
Mar 18  Niagara Falls, NY @ Rapids Theatre
Mar 19  Montreal, QC @ Metropolis
Mar 20  Toronto, ON @ The Sound Academy
Mar 22  Royal Oak, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre
Mar 24  Chicago, IL @ Congress Theatre
Mar 25  Minneapolis, MN @ Epic
Mar 26  Kansas City, MO @ Beaumont Club
Mar 27  Denver, CO @ The Fillmore Auditorium
Mar 29  Magna, UT @ Saltair
Mar 30  Spokane, WA @ The Knitting Factory
Mar 31  Seattle, WA @ Showbox SoDo
Apr 01  Vancouver, BC @ Vogue Theatre
Apr 02  Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater
Apr 03  San Francisco, CA @ Warfield Theatre
Apr 05  Fresno, CA @ Woodward Park Amphitheater
Apr 06  Hollywood, CA @ Hollywood Palladium
Apr 07  San Diego, CA @ Valley View Casino Center
Apr 08  Tempe, AZ @ Marquee Theatre
Apr 09  Tempe AZ @ Marquee Theatre
Apr 11  Tulsa, OK @ The Brady Theater
Apr 12  Austin, TX @ Austin City Limits live at Moody Theater
Apr 13  Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live
Apr 15  Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade [outdoor] Apr 18  Saint Petersburg, FL @ Jannus Live

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