Tour Dates

12/10  Auckland, NZ
12/12  Perth, AUS
12/15  Adelaide, AUS
12/17  Melbourne, AUS
12/18  Sydney, AUS
12/19  Brisbane, AUS

01/06  Pontiac, MI
01/07  Chicago, IL
01/08  St. Paul, MN
01/10  Denver, CO
01/11  Salt Lake City
01/13  West Hollywood, CA
01/14  Pomona, CA
01/15  San Diego, CA
01/16  Tempe, AZ
01/18  San Antonio, TX
01/19  Houston, TX
01/20  Corpus Christi, TX
01/21  Dallas, TX
01/22  Memphis, TN
01/23  Birmingham, AL
01/24  Jacksonville Beach, FL
01/25  Pompano Beach, FL
01/26  St. Petersburg, FL
01/28  Augusta, GA
01/29  Richmond, VA
01/30  Baltimore, MD
01/31  New York, NY
02/01  Asbury Park, NJ
02/02  Poughkeepsie, NY
02/03  Syracuse, NY
02/04  Lancaster, PA
02/05  Allentown, PA
02/07  Columbus, OH
02/08  Covington, KY
02/09  Nashville, TN
02/10  Sauget, IL
02/11  Grand Rapids, MI

04/21  Zürich, Switzerland
04/22  Meerhout , Belgium
04/23  Plymouth, UK
04/24  Nottingham, UK
04/25  Glasgow, UK
04/26  Leeds, UK
04/27  Manchester, UK
04/28  London, UK
04/29  Paris, France
04/30  Karlsruhe, Germany
05/02  Rome, Italy
05/03  Livorno, Italy
05/04  Wien, Austria
05/05  München, Germany
05/06  Aschaffenburg, Germany
05/07  Leipzig, Germany
05/08  Berlin, Germany
05/10  Stockholm, Sweden
05/11  Gothenburg, Sweden
05/12  Hamburg, Germany
05/13  Utrecht, Holland
05/14  Germany Köln


Natalie Bisignano
Equal Vision Records
518-458-8250 x219
P.O. Box 38202
Albany, NY 12205

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We Came As Romans is now premiering their new music video for “To Move On Is To Grow” on their website: The video was filmed in Los Angeles with director Dan Dobi [Gym Class Heroes, Paramore, Set Your Goals].

We Came As Romans has also just announced a new European headliner tour, Scream It Like You Mean It 2011. The tour will begin in mid-April and will feature support from Miss May I, The Word Alive, and This Or The Apocalypse. We Came As Romans will be returning to Europe after their recent run on the Imperial Never Say Die Tour with Parkway Drive, Comeback Kid, Bleeding Through, Emmure and more, which wrapped up this past week.

In December, We Came As Romans will tour throughout Australia on the No Sleep Til Festival alongside Megadeth, A Day To Remember and more. They will kick off 2011 by headlining the Motel 6 Rock Yourself To Sleep tour with For Today, The Word Alive, Woe Is Me, and labelmates Texas In July. Tickets and VIP packages are now available for the tour HERE.

No Sleep Til Festival – Australia
w/Megadeth, A Day To Remember, and more
Dec 10  Auckland, NZ @ ASB Showgrounds
Dec 12  Perth, AUS @ Arena Joondalup
Dec 15  Adelaide, AUS @ Adelaide Entertainment Centre
Dec 17  Melbourne, AUS @ Melbourne Showgrounds
Dec 18  Sydney, AUS @ The Entertainment Quarter Moore Park
Dec 19  Brisbane, AUS @ RNA Showgrounds

Motel 6 Rock Yourself To Sleep Tour
w/For Today, The Word Alive, Woe Is Me, Texas In July
Jan 06  Pontiac, MI @ The Eagle Theater
Jan 07  Chicago, IL @ The Bottom Lounge
Jan 08  St. Paul, MN @ Station 4
Jan 10  Denver, CO @ The Marquis Theatre
Jan 11  Salt Lake City @ The Complex
Jan 13  West Hollywood, CA @ Key Club
Jan 14  Pomona, CA @ The Glass House
Jan 15  San Diego, CA @ SOMA
Jan 16  Tempe, AZ @ The Clubhouse
Jan 18  San Antonio, TX @ White Rabbit
Jan 19  Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live
Jan 20  Corpus Christi, TX @ House Of Rock
Jan 21  Dallas, TX @ Trees
Jan 22  Memphis, TN @ New Daisy Theatre
Jan 23  Birmingham, AL @ Zydeco
Jan 24  Jacksonville Beach, FL @ Freebird Café
Jan 25  Pompano Beach, FL @ Rocketown
Jan 26  St. Petersburg, FL @ The State Theatre
Jan 28  Augusta, GA @ Sector 7G
Jan 29  Richmond, VA @ The Hat Factory
Jan 30  Baltimore, MD @ Sonar
Jan 31  New York, NY @ Gramercy Theatre
Feb 01  Asbury Park, NJ @ Stone Pony
Feb 02  Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance
Feb 03  Syracuse, NY @ Lost Horizon
Feb 04  Lancaster, PA @ Chameleon Club
Feb 05  Allentown, PA @ Crocodile Rock
Feb 07  Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall
Feb 08  Covington, KY @ The Madhatter
Feb 09  Nashville, TN @ Rocketown
Feb 10  Sauget, IL @ Pop’s
Feb 11  Grand Rapids, MI @ The Intersection

Scream It Like You Mean It – Europe
w/Miss May I, The Word Alive, and This Or The Apocalypse
Apr 21  Zürich, Switzerland @ Abart
Apr 22  Meerhout , Belgium @ Groezrock*
Apr 23  Plymouth, UK @ White Rabbit
Apr 24  Nottingham, UK @ Rescue Rooms
Apr 25  Glasgow, UK @ Cathouse
Apr 26  Leeds, UK @ Cockpit
Apr 27  Manchester, UK @ Roadhouse
Apr 28  London, UK @ Underworld
Apr 29  Paris, France @ Batofar
Apr 30  Karlsruhe, Germany @ Stadtmitte
May 02  Rome, Italy @ Init Club
May 03  Livorno, Italy @ The King Club
May 04  Wien, Austria @ Arena
May 05  München, Germany @ Feierwerk
May 06  Aschaffenburg, Germany @ Colos Saal
May 07  Leipzig, Germany @ Conne Island
May 08  Berlin, Germany @ Magnet
May 10  Stockholm, Sweden @ Debaser Slussen
May 11  Gothenburg, Sweden @ Fängelset
May 12  Hamburg, Germany @ Logo
May 13  Utrecht, Holland@ Helling
May 14  Germany Köln @ Underground

*We Came As Romans and Miss May I only


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