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Breathe Carolina To ‘Scream It Like You Mean It’

12:01 PM Thursday 5/26/11 |   |

Launched in 2010, the traveling festival known as “Scream It Like You Mean It” is now an annual event, returning for a second year with headliner Breathe Carolina plus Chiodos, I See Stars, The Color Morale, Tek-One and The Air I Breathe.

What is Scream It Like You Mean It?  The following vid from the 2010 tour pretty much depicts the SILYMI vibe as loud and nasty fun.

Presented by RockStar Energy Drink in association with MusicSkins.com and MerchNow.com, the screaming begins in Seattle July 15 at El Corazon.

Other destinations include San Francisco’s Regency Ballroom July 18; West Hollywood’s House Of Blues July 20; Las Vegas at the Rock The Block Series at Fremont East July 21; Memphis at New Daisy Theatre July 30; Philadelphia’s Theatre Of Living Arts Aug. 10; New York City’s Irving Plaza Aug. 12; Boston’s Paradise Rock Club Aug. 13 and Detroit’s Majestic Theatre Aug. 20. Last stop on the routing is Breathe Carolina’s hometown of Denver when the tour takes over the Summit Music Hall Aug. 26.

Tickets are available via a pre-sale going on now. Point your browser towards ScreamItLikeYouMeanIt.com for more information.

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