Cancer Bats Announces Double Header Bat Madness Tour Dates
Two time Juno-award nominees Cancer Bats has just announced the band will once again be taking alter ego Bat Sabbath on the road.
As a special treat for fans, this time around, the band will perform two full sets every night, one as Cancer Bats and one as Bat Sabbath. Coined the Double Header Bat Madness Tour, the tour includes five dates in the U.S and thirteen dates across Canada.
"We are all way too stoked for this Canadian run!" says lead vocalist Liam Cormier. "All of the touring we've done on this record has been amazing and we can't think of a better way to finish it all off then with one last Canadian banger! AND to make it the ultimate rager, we're adding a full Bat Sabbath set to keep the party going all night. I can't think of a better way to end off a record and to get stoked on writing a new album!"
The Canadian portion of the tour kicks off September 30th in Victoria, BC at Club9ONE9 and wraps up on October 19th in Ottawa, ON at Mavericks. Tickets for the tour will go on sale on Thursday July 11. Full tour details are below.
09.25.13 Pontiac, MI Pike Room at Crofoot
09.26.13 Chicago, IL Abbey Pub
09.27.13 Rapid City, SD Sports Rock
09.28.13 Billings, MT Railyard Ale House
09.29.13 Seattle, WA El Corazon Lounge
09.30.13 Victoria, BC Club9ONE9
10.01.13 Vancouver, BC Rickshaw Theatre
10.02.13 Calgary, AB Commonwealth
10.03.13 Red Deer, AB The Vat
10.04.13 Edmonton, AB Pawn Shop
10.05.13 Lethbridge, AB Average Joes
10.07.13 Regina, SK The Exchange
10.08.13 Saskatoon, SK Louis
10.10.13 Winnipeg, MB Pyramid
10.11.13 Thunder Bay, ON Black Pirates Pub
10.17.13 London, ON RumRunners
10.18.13 Toronto, ON Lee's Palace
10.19.13 Ottawa, ON Mavericks
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