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Eisley’s Mid-Summer Tour

01:01 PM Friday 4/6/12 |   |

You’ll get another chance to see Eisley sooner than you think. Despite the name of the rock band’s next tour, the new dates actually begin June 28, just eight days after the Summer Solstice.

After wrapping up their spring tour April 1, the four DuPree siblings and their cousin Garron DuPree will play one more gig before the Mid-Summer Tour begins. On May 5 Eisley will perform a free, in-store acoustic set at Tilly’s grand opening at the South Plains Mall in Lubbock, Texas.

Eisley returns to the road June 28 to kick off the brief tour in Shreveport, La., at the Media Star Entertainment Hall.

The two-week run includes Little Rock, Ark., at the Sticky Fingerz Rock ‘N’ Roll Chicken Shack June 30; Kansas City, Mo., at The Record Bar July 3; Davenport, Iowa, at the Redstone Room July 6; Chicago’s Schubas Tavern July 10; and St. Louis at the Off Broadway Nightclub July 12. Last show of the route is July 13 in Oklahoma City at The Conservatory.

Festival appearances along the way are booked at Milwaukee’s Summerfest July 5 and Bushnell, Ill., at Cornerstone Festival July 7.

In February Eisley released the self-produced five-track Deep Space E.P. on Equal Vision Records. The band plans to return to the studio after the Mid-Summer Tour to write and record its fourth full-length album.

Tickets are on sale now.

For more information visit Eisley.com.

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