Memphis May Fire Announce Headline Tour With Blessthefall, The Color Morale + More

Memphis May Fire have announced a late winter/early spring headlining North American tour, dubbed “March of Madness.”

MMF will be joined by Blessthefall, The Color Morale, Sylar, and Bad Seed Rising on this trek. Tickets go on sale on Friday, February 3 at 10AM local time. However, VIP packages will be available here and a portion of every VIP package sold goes to the LTD Foundation. The LTD Foundation bridges the music industry together with fans who have terminal diseases to help change their perspective on life through the healing power of music by delivering all access VIP experiences with their favorite bands.

Tour dates are below.

With Blessthefall, The Color Morale, Sylar, + Bad Seed Rising

3/3 — El Paso, TX — Tricky Falls
3/4 — Albuquerque,  NM — Sunshine Theater
3/5 — Colorado Springs,  CO — Black Sheep
3/7 — Lincoln, NE — Bourbon Theatre
3/8 — Minneapolis, MN — Skyway Theatre
3/9 — Milwaukee, WI — The Rave II
3/10 — St. Louis, MO — The Ready Room
3/11 — Columbus, OH — Park Street Saloon
3/13 — Pittsburgh, PA — Diesel Club Lounge
3/14 — Clifton Park,  NY — Upstate Concert Hall
3/15 — Patchogue, NY — The Emporium
3/16 — Providence, RI — Fete Music Hall
3/17 — Lancaster, PA — Chameleon Club
3/18 — Howell, NJ — Game Changer World
3/20 — Charlotte, NC — The Underground
3/23 — Fort Lauderdale, FL — Culture Room
3/24 — Tampa, FL — The Orpheum
3/25 — Pensacola, FL — Vinyl Music Hall
3/26 — Birmingham, AL — Zydeco
3/28 — Austin, TX — Grizzly Hall
3/29 — Corpus Christi,  TX — Brewster Street Ice House

The band’s latest album This Light I Hold was released this fall through Rise Records

Watch the cameo-filled and cinematic video for the title track here. Check out the BTS footage from the video here.

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