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The Devil Wears Prada Slots Headlining Dates

04:01 PM Friday 8/26/11 |   |

Proving there’s no rest for the wickedly metalcore, The Devil Wears Prada returns to the road this fall for a headlining tour that includes Whitechapel, Enter Shikari and For Today on all dates.

TDWP certainly hasn’t been idle this year, having just come off this season’s Vans Warped Tour. The band’s new album, Dead Throne, drops Sept. 13 and the 37-date tour breaks out of the starting gate in November.

The North American journey starts at Milwaukee’s Rave Nov. 3. The two month-plus trek covers Canada and the U.S. and includes shows in Chicago (Nov. 6); Winnipeg (Nov. 8); Vancouver (Nov. 13); Seattle (Nov. 14); San Francisco (Nov. 17); Los Angeles (Nov. 20); Denver (Nov. 25); Dallas (Nov. 27); New Orleans (Nov. 30); Tampa (Dec. 2); Atlanta (Dec. 5); Philadelphia (Nov. 10); New York (Nov. 13) and Montreal (Nov. 15). Last stop on the current schedule is Dec. 18 in Cincinnati at Bogart’s.

Tickets go on sale Sept. 2. Visit DeadThrone.com for more information.


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