A Day To Remember, Bring Me The Horizon, and Chiodos have announced a fall 2014 tour of the United States.
A Day to Remember is a post-hardcore group out of Florida; Bring Me Horizon is a metal band out of the United Kingdom; and Chiodos is a group out of Michigan. The tour is called “Parks and Devastation.”
One of two additional acts may be added closer to the start of the tour, reported Under the Gun.
A Day to Remember is notably one of the bands to break free of a big contract and get into DIY music. It broke from a contract with Victory records less than a year ago.
“Since then, the group has released a chart topping album and embarked on several tours, often selling out most – if not all – dates,” according to the blog.
“‘Parks And Devastation’ may be their biggest tour of the year, so we advise anyone interested in attending to buy tickets as soon as they become available.”
The tour kicks off on September 4 in Pittsburgh, then goes to Albany, NY and Lowell, MA. Grand Rapids, Columbus, St. Louis, Chicago, Fresno, and Los Angeles are among the other scheduled stops in September.
The tour wraps up on October 11 in Orlando; stops that month also include Nashville, Charlotte, and Charleston.