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Where’s The Band? In 2012

03:01 PM Wednesday 11/23/11 | |

Frontmen from Saves The Day, The Get Up Kids and Bayside are hitting the road together in January for another edition of Where’s The Band?

After completing three short jaunts in 2009 and 2010, the group has announced a 20-date national tour. The frontmen will perform solo as well as collaborating onstage.

The trek features Where’s The Band? veterans Chris Conley from Saves The Day, Matt Pryor from The Get Up Kids, and Anthony Raneri from Bayside. Thrice’s Dustin Kensrue will return for three gigs in Southern California.

Newcomers to the group include Ace Enders from The Early November and Evan Weiss from Into In. Over It.

The tour kicks off Jan. 19 in Stroudsburg, Pa., at the Sherman Theater and ends with a Feb. 11 gig in Seattle at the Tractor Tavern.

Where’s The Band? will also play Brooklyn, N.Y. (Jan. 21); Baltimore (Jan. 22); Carrboro, N.C. (Jan. 24); Columbia, S.C. (Jan. 25); Orlando, Fla. (Jan. 28); Atlanta (Jan. 29); Dallas (Jan. 31); Phoenix (Feb. 3); San Diego (Feb. 4); San Luis Obispo, Calif. (Feb. 8); San Francisco (Feb. 9); and Portland, Ore. (Feb. 10).

Kensrue will be featured at the San Diego show as well as Feb. 5 in West Hollywood and Feb. 7 in Santa Ana. 

Pre-sale tickets are on sale now via the group’s Ducat King page. Tickets go on sale to the general public Nov. 30 at 12 p.m. local time.

Click here for Where’s The Band?’s Facebook page.

Click here to purchase tickets through Ducat King.

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