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Icon For Hire Announce Spring Tour

April 06, 2017
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Icon for Hire have announced their Spring 2017 tour plans and the duo can't wait to return to the road.


Icon for Hire have announced their Spring 2017 tour plans and the duo can't wait to return to the road. The band will embark on a two-month trek with Assuming We Survive and October Sky in tow. The tour runs from early May through the end of June. The list of dates is below; there may be additional dates announced shortly.

Icon for Hire released You Can't Kill Us in late 2016 via a fully-funded (and then some) crowd-funding campaign.



"We're so excited to be taking the 'You Can't Kill Us' tour all over the country with Assuming We Survive and October Sky. We've been pushing our live show to new heights and we can't wait to hang out with our fanbase — their passion is what makes touring so amazing!," said Icon for Hire's Ariel.

ICON FOR HIRE TOUR DATES:
5/3 — Kansas City — The Riot Room
5/4 — Denver — Larimer Lounge
5/5 — Colorado Springs — The Black Sheep
5/6 — Salt Lake City — Liquid Joes
5/9 — Seattle — Funhouse Lounge
5/10 — Portland — Dantes
5/11 — Sacramento — Goldfield Trading Post
5/12 — Anaheim — Chain Reaction
5/13 — San Diego — House of Blues — Voodoo Room
5/15 — Las Vegas — Beauty Bar
5/16 — Mesa, Az — Nile Basement
5/17 — Tucson — The Rock
5/18 — El Paso — Lowbrow Palace
5/19 — San Antonio — Fitzgeralds
5/20 — Dallas — House of Blues — Cambridge Room
5/21 — Houston — House of Blues — Bronze Peacock
5/23 — Baton Rouge — Spanish Moon
5/24 — Birmingham — The Syndicate Lounge
5/25 — Orlando — Backbooth
5/26 — Atlanta — Masquerade — Purgatory
6/8 — Indianapolis — Emerson Theater
6/9 — St Louis — The Duck Room — Blueberry Hill
6/10 — Decatur, Il — Macon County Fairgrounds
6/11 — Pontiac, Mi — Pike Room
6/13 — NYC — Studio — Webster
6/14 — Hamden, Ct — The Space
6/15 — Philadelphia — Voltage Lounge
6/16 — Cambridge, Ma — Out of the Blue
6/17 — Lancaster, Pa — The Chameleon
6/18 — Richmond, Va — Broadberry
6/20 — Pittsburgh — Cattivo
6/21 — Columbus, Oh — Skullys
6/22 — Chicago — Beat Kitchen
6/25 — Minneapolis — Triple Rock



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