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August Burns Red Announce “Constellations” 10-Year Anniversary World Tour

AUGUST BURNS RED have announced the Constellations 10-Year Anniversary World tour. The tour celebrates the band’s third album, which they will be performing in full. The trek begins in early summer and will run through the end of the year.

The North American leg of the tour, presented by Merch Central, kicks off on June 20 in the band’s hometown of Lancaster, Pennsylvania and runs through August 11 in New York City. Silverstein and Silent Planet will serve as support on these dates.

The band will then travel to Australia in October and to Europe in November and December. Opening acts are for Australia are TBA, while Erra and Currents will be support on the European leg.

All dates are below. VIP tickets are available now, while general on-sales are this Friday, March 15 at 10am local time. Go here for more ticket information.

“We are very excited to bring everyone the 10 years of Constellations world tour,” the band said. “This is something that fans have been asking for, and we intend to deliver with the most ridiculous production and show we’ve ever put on. Constellations was an extremely important record for the members in the band, so we can’t wait to celebrate with you all!”

In other ABR news, the band teamed up with Nerdist to premiere the guitar playthrough cover of the The Legend of Zelda theme song. Watch + listen here. It lives on the band’s Phantom Sessions EP, out now via Fearless Records.

AUGUST BURNS RED ON TOUR:

6/20 — Lancaster, PA — Chameleon Club

6/21 — Boston, MA — House Of Blues

6/22 — Sayreville, NJ — Starland Ballroom

6/23 — Montreal, QC — M Telus

6/25 — Toronto, ON — Rebel

6/26 — Detroit, MI — Fillmore

6/27 — Cleveland, OH — Agora Ballroom

6/28 — Cincinnati, OH — Bogarts

7/1 — Chicago, IL — House Of Blues

7/2 — Minneapolis, MN — Skyway Theatre

7/3 — Sauget, IL — Pops

7/5 — Kansas City, MO — Truman

7/6 — Denver, CO — Fillmore

7/7 — Salt Lake City, UT — The Depot

7/9 — Edmonton, AB — Union Hall

7/10 — Calgary, AB — The Palace Theatre

7/11 — Vancouver, BC — Vogue Theatre

7/12 — Spokane, WA — Knitting Factory

7/13 — Seattle, WA — Showbox Sodo

7/14 — Portland, OR — Roseland

7/16 — Sacramento, CA — Ace Of Spades

7/17 — San Diego, CA — House Of Blues

7/19 — Anaheim, CA — House Of Blues

7/20 — Mountain View, CA — Warped Tour

7/21 — Los Angeles, CA — The Wiltern

7/23 — Las Vegas, NV — House Of Blues

7/24 — Phoenix, AZ — Marquee

7/26 — Dallas, TX — House Of Blues

7/27 — Austin, TX — Emo’s East

7/28 — Houston, TX — House Of Blues

7/30 — Tampa, FL — Ritz Ybor

7/31 — Ft. Lauderdale, FL — Revolution

8/1 — Orlando, FL — House Of Blues

8/2 — Atlanta, GA — Tabernacle

8/3 — Nashville, TN — Marathon Music

8/4 — Raleigh, NC — The Ritz

8/6 — Charlotte, NC — Fillmore

8/7 — Norfolk, VA — Norva

8/8 — Silver Spring, MD — Fillmore

8/9 — Philadelphia, PA — Fillmore

8/10 — Pittsburgh, PA — Roxian Theater

8/11 — New York, NY — Playstation Theater

10/11 — Melbourne, VIC — 170 Russel

10/12 — Sydney, NSW — Metro

10/13 — Newcastle, NSW — Cambridge Hotel

10/14 — Brisbane, QLD — Triffid

10/16 — Perth, WA — Capitol

10/17 — Adelaide, SA — Lions Art Factory

10/20 — Honolulu, HI — The Republik

11/19 — Antwerp, BE — Trix

11/20 — Hamburg, DE — Gruenspan

11/21 — Berlin, DE — Columbia Theater

11/22 — Dresden, DE — Reithalle

11/23 — Budapest, HU — Dürer Kert

11/24 — Vienna, AT — Flex

11/25 — Lyon, FR — Ninkasi Kao

11/27 — Paris, FR — Le Trabendo

11/28 — Leeds, UK — Beckett Su

11/29 — Bristol, UK — Swx

11/30 — London, UK — Electric Ballroom

12/1 — Stuttgart, DE — Lka-Longhorn

12/2 — Zurich, CH — Dynamo

12/4 — Munich, DE — Backstage Werk

12/5 — Cologne, DE — Essigfabrik

12/6 — Frankfurt, DE — Batschkapp

12/7 — Amsterdam, NL — Melkweg

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