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Anti-Flag Flies Again

03:30 AM Thursday 11/30/06 |   |

Political punk quartet Anti-Flag's latest headlining tour is dubbed War Sucks, Let's Party and will launch in March with Alexisonfire, The Explosion, and Set Your Goals supporting.

The 31-city trek includes stops in Philadelphia, Detroit, San Francisco and Atlanta. The trip will begin at Irving Plaza in New York City March 8 and run for six weeks, finishing at Mr. Small's Fun House / Theatre in Pittsburgh April 21.

Tickets go on general sale December 2, and an Internet pre-sale has already begun. A portion of pre-sale proceeds will go to the African Well Fund, a charity organization that focuses on creating and maintaining safe water sources in Africa. More than half of the continent's people lack access to safe drinking water, according to the United Nations, and the World Health Organization has reported the problem causes 12 million deaths per year.

Anti-Flag released For Blood And Empire, its first album for RCA, earlier this year. The group headlined a spring tour with The Casualties, The Unseen, and Smoke Or Fire and then spent the summer on the Vans Warped Tour.

Alexisonfire is currently making its way across Europe and will do a week-long residency in Toronto in December upon its return. Prior to heading out with Anti-Flag, the group will spend three weeks opening for Senses Fail.

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