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Anberlin announce acoustic tour

May 7, 2012
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Anberlin will be hitting the road for an acoustic tour later this year. Check out the dates, as well as an explanation from the band, below.

“Hey guys – so we have been wanting to do something for a while now and are finally able to make it happen. We are heading out on a short run of dates next month and we will be approaching our songs from a slightly different perspective…stripped down, acoustic, alternate, intimate, redux, re-approached, etc. All of these will factor into the set…

 

We will be hitting smaller rooms, and playing some cities and areas we don’t get to that often. We wanted to attempt something special for you guys, and we hope you'll bring some friends and family out to experience it and sing along with us.”


6/11 | Nashville, TN | Mercy Lounge | 18+
6/12 | St Louis, MO | Plush
6/13 | Louisville, KY | The Vernon Club
6/15 | Lansing, MI | The Loft
6/16 | Des Moines, IA | Wooly's
6/17 | Madison, WI | The Majestic Theatre
6/18 | Minneapolis, MN | Varsity Theatre | 18+
6/20 | London, ON | London Music Hall | 16+
6/22 | Lancaster, PA | Chameleon Club
6/23 | Danbury, CT | Heirloom Arts Theatre
6/24 | Brooklyn, NY | Music Hall of Williamsburg | 18+
6/26 | Towson, MD | Recher, Theatre
6/27 | Virginia Beach, VA | The Jewish Mother
6/28 | Richmond, VA | Kingdom
6/29 | Columbia, SC | Jillian's | 16+

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