The Shrine Announces New Tour Dates With Red Fang
Venice, CA's The Shrine has announced worldwide tour dates in support of sophomore LP "Primitive Blast." The trio will team up with like-minded party jammers Red Fang for over 60 North American and European tour dates running well into 2014.
The fun begins with the North American tour launch on November 30th in San Francisco, CA; from there, both bands will tear up stages across the continent through the holidays. The European run will kick off in mid-January and run all the way through April.
"After spending the summer at home in Venice jamming and skating pools were ready to pile our full stacks and road rats back in the van and cruise the USA alongside Red Fang," comments The Shrine vocalist and six string ripper Josh Landau. "If you see a smoking, dented Econoline van on the side of America's endless highway filled with retards messing around with snow chains, give your brothers a hand. We've got a ton of new sticky jams and a ton of new sick merch that's gonna shred yer socks off."
November 30 San Francisco, CA Slim's
December 1 Santa Ana, CA The Observatory
December 2 Tempe, AZ Club Red
December 4 Austin, TX Red 7
December 5 Houston, TX Fitzgerald's Downtairs
December 6 New Orleans, LA Siberia
December 7 Atlanta, GA Drunken Unicorn
December 8 Raleigh, NC Kings Barcade
December 9 Philadelphia, PA Underground Arts
December 10 Cambridge, MA Middle East
December 11 New York, NY Bowery Ballroom
December 13 Montreal, Canada Cabaret Mile End
December 14 Toronto, Canada Lee's Palace
December 15 Detroit, MI Shelter
December 16 Chicago, IL Logan Square Auditorium
December 17 Minneapolis, MN Triple Rock Social Club
December 19 Colorado Springs, CO Black Sheep
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