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The Sound of Animals Fighting Tour 2019 Tour

Discussion in 'Tour Forum' started by amorningofsleep, Dec 12, 2018.

  1. amorningofsleep

    I came. I saw. I -kzzkt-.

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    Feb 22 Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern*
    Feb 24 San Francisco, CA @ The Warfield*
    Mar 01 Dallas, TX @ The Bomb Factory^
    Mar 02 Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade-Heaven^
    Mar 03 Orlando, FL @ Hard Rock Live^
    Mar 08 New York, NY @ Terminal 5^*
    Mar 09 Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues*
    Mar 10 Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre*

    *Planes Mistaken For Stars
    ^The Saddest Landscape
    Lorelei K – All Shows
     
  2. Sean Murphy

    you had me at meat tornado Supporter

    is Craig Owens still a part of this?
     
  3. amorningofsleep

    I came. I saw. I -kzzkt-.

    I doubt it and really hope not.
     
  4. Contender

    Goodness is Nowhere Supporter

    planes at my date so I kinda have to go
     
  5. fluffyjdawg

    Regular

    Sadly not anymore. I'm still bummed I never got to hear Horses in the Sky live haha.
     
  6. Jackbo487

    Regular

    curious which RXB members are involved this time, beyond Balling and Embree -- Steve Choi and Chris Tsagakis both posted about it, though, which is exciting since Chris hasn't been involved in any of the RXB tours in the past couple of years.
     
  7. Joe4th

    Memories are nice, but that's all they are. Prestigious

    Keith Goodwin posted he’s playing with them on these shows
     
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  8. Transient_Hymn

    Keep the Rubber Side Down Supporter

    so stoked for this
     
  9. PEZ experiment

    I couldn't wait for the summer and the warped tour

    This tour started yesterday. I'll be attending the San Francisco tour date on Sunday
     
  10. Jessethat1guy

    Newbie

    I'll be there tonight. I can't wait. I was there at the first show they played so long ago at the House of Blues and it was amazing.
     
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  11. chewbacca110

    Trusted

    I want TSOAF to play Chicago (C'moooooooon RIOT!). They're opening with my fav on this tour, which is pure chaos.
     
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  12. Transient_Hymn

    Keep the Rubber Side Down Supporter

    SF show was a little empty but was still a riot.
    They were surprisingly tight.
     
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  13. PEZ experiment

    I couldn't wait for the summer and the warped tour

    I was at the SF show too and thought the same.
     
  14. PEZ experiment

    I couldn't wait for the summer and the warped tour

    Merch

    $31 - the ocean and the sun vinyl album preoder, information here

    $35 - white long sleeve, see here

    $45 - black crewneck sweater, see here

    $50 - special poster, see here

    $25 - they had two additional shirts, one white shirt and one black (with meetmyphantoms) on the back side

    this was the only merch that they had
     
  15. thatwasamoment

    Newbie

    Also at the sf show. I've been in the bay for four years - coming from so cal, the bay doesn't show up for ap.net style of music like la does. still had a blasty blast
     
  16. AllenRicketts

    Regular

    Dallas was sick. Opposite of whatever here is saying about SF, there were way more people than I expected. Turn out for anything other than basic risecore is usually abysmal. They were really fucking good though. Very tight and a nice even spread setlist. I'm so glad I got to see them live. A true bucket list item. I've watched their dvd 800 times haha.
     
  17. josh-

    Twitter: @joshcaraballin

    These venue sizes were ambitious. They should’ve have done a small club run, and sold them all out hella fast to create demand.
     
  18. Darth Annihilus

    Regular

    It's nice that they made the venues large so that everyone that had the ability could see them. It was such a special thing to finally see this band in person.