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American Nightmare tour

Monday, December 04, 2017 10:12 AM PT


American Nightmare tour 2018

American Nightmare will hit the road in February and March for touring in both the United States and Canada. Support on select dates will be provided by Pissed Jeans, No Warning, Spiritual Cramp, Protester, Torso, Fireburn, and Abuse of Power. Here's the schedule:

dates w/ Pissed Jeans, Protester, Spiritual Cramp
2/16 Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
2/17 Brooklyn, NY @ Market Hall
2/18 Boston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall

dates w/ No Warning, Spiritual Cramp
2/21 Montreal, QC @ Les Foufounes
2/22 Toronto, ON @ Velvet
2/23 Pittsburgh, PA @ Rex Theater
2/24 Detroit, MI @ Magic Stick
2/25 Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge

dates w/ Pissed Jeans, Protester
3/2 Baltimore, MD @ Soundstage
3/3 Richmond, VA @ Broadberry w/ Cloak/Dagger

dates w/ Protestor, Abuse Of Power
3/4 Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade

dates w/ Torso, Fireburn, Spiritual Cramp
3/9 San Diego, CA @ Brick By Brick
3/10 Los Angeles, CA @ Echoplex
3/11 Berkeley, CA @ Gilman


16 comments


anonymous
8 days ago
Sheetrock nightmare

anonymous
8 days ago
a lot of good bands giving them a hand on there run

anonymous
8 days ago
you'd think after 10k per show wes would buy himself a hand..

anonymous
8 days ago
Would be cool to get of those claw hands

anonymous
8 days ago
you know that vocalist is so in love with that picture of himself

anonymous
8 days ago
Chicaaaagggoooo.

anonymous
8 days ago
Will play for hand jobs

anonymous
8 days ago
and as always, not a single fcking Texas date

anonymous
8 days ago
florida getting fcked again

anonymous
7 days ago
Would rather a Some Girls tour at this point tbh famalam

anonymous
7 days ago
cash fu*cking GRAB

7 days ago
Break up over a dozen times in 20 years and do a "reunion" tour once ten seasons = marketing gimmick only dumbass hardcore kids buy into

anonymous
7 days ago
Build the wall

anonymous
6 days ago
Wow No Warning is actually playing their own city? BTW nice Samhain impersonation Wes Eisold

anonymous
6 days ago
You'd all be publically hanged for talking such shit about AN in 2002. Shows how fragile your legacy can be in hardcore; I can only imagine they'd still be insanely respected and legendary if the NY / LA reunion shows were it and done after that back in 2012, or if they had chosen not to do those at all.

anonymous
5 days ago
Still one of the best "hardcore" bands that ever existed. Saw them in Chicago with BURN in 2015 for the first time since 2000. They are a tighter more seasoned group of guys and sounded better now than in 2000. Nothing short of AMAZING. ALL haters talking shit are probably listening to YEAR ONE as they were typing. DOUCHE BAGS!!!!!