Every time I die, save the dates for the end of 2021 tour

While fans are no doubt excited about Every Time I Die’s previously announced 2022 trek with Underoath, there will certainly be some relief knowing that they won’t have to wait until next year to see the band live. . Every Time I Die just announced a new tour that will begin in early November with dates extending into December, embarking on a full-fledged hike for 2021.

The race will begin Nov. 4 in Columbus, Ohio, making its way through the Midwest and Southwest before returning to the eastern United States before concluding on Dec. 5 in Virginia Beach, Virginia. See all the stops listed below.

Every Time I Die will headline those dates, with 68 and Candy on board to provide a killer bill. Tickets for the race are on sale now and you can get ticketing details through the Website Every time I die.

The band also have two other separate standalone dates on the tour, performing in Birmingham, Alabama’s Furnace Fest tonight and hosting their annual “Tid the Season” holiday performances in their hometown of Buffalo at the Buffalo Riverworks on December 10 and 11. .

The tour comes in support of Every Time I Die’s upcoming album, Radical, scheduled for October 22. Pre-orders for the album produced by Will Putney are underway here.

Every time I die with tour dates ’68 and Candy 2021

September 24 – Birmingham, Ala. @ Furnace Fest (Every Time I Die only)
November 04 – Columbus, Ohio @ The King Of Clubs
November 05 – Grand Rapids, Michigan @ Pyramid Scheme
November 06 – St. Louis, Missouri @ The Red Flag
November 08 – Iowa City, Iowa @ Gabe’s
November 09 – Omaha, Neb. @ The waiting room
November 11 – Fort Collins, Colorado @ The Coast
November 12 – Colorado Springs, Colorado @ The Black Sheep
November 13 – Grand Junction, Colorado @ The Black Sheep
November 15 – El Paso, Texas @ Lowbrow Palace
November 16 – Roswell, NM @ The Liberty
November 19 – Austin, Texas @ The Parish
November 20 – Austin, Texas @ The Parish
November 22 – Corpus Christi, Texas @ House Of Rock
November 23 – Baton Rouge, Louisiana @ Chelsea’s Live
November 26 – Jacksonville, Florida @ 1904
November 27 – Miami, FL @ Gramps
November 29 – Orlando, Florida @ The Abbey Pub
November 30 – Orlando, Florida @ The Abbey Pub
December 02 – Asheville, NC @ Gray Eagle
December 03 – Huntington, WV @ The Loud (no candy)
December 04 – Richmond, Virginia @ The Broadberry (no candy)
December 05 – Virginia Beach, Virginia @ Elevation 27 (no candy)
December 10-11 – Buffalo, NY @ Buffalo Riverworks (‘Tid The Season’) * ETID only

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