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Band Of Horses Reschedules October Dates

04:21 PM Monday 10/8/12 | |

To make up for the Railroad Revival Tour being canceled, Band Of Horses has scheduled new headline dates in Tennessee, Texas, Arizona and California. Most of the new shows take place in the same cities as originally planned.     

In addition to Band Of Horses, the Railroad Revival Tour would have featured Willie Nelson and his family as well as Jamey Johnson and John Reilly and friends. An announcement on the tour’s website says the excursion, which was set to travel via vintage 1940s railcars, was canceled because “certain complications would not permit us to host the shows in the manner intended, and that the bands and fans deserved.”

Saying, “BOH still want to come see you,” a post on Band Of Horses’ website announced that the Oct. 20-28 Railroad Revival dates have been replaced with the following Oct. 21-28 headline shows.

Oct. 21 – New Orleans, La., House Of Blues    
Oct. 22 – Memphis, Tenn., Minglewood Hall
Oct. 23 – Tulsa, Okla., Cain’s Ballroom    
Oct. 24 – Houston, Texas, House Of Blues    
Oct. 26 – Tempe, Ariz., The Marquee    
Oct. 27 – San Pedro, Calif., Warner Grand Theatre 
Oct. 28 – Oakland, Calif., Fox Theater    
       
Tickets for the Oct. 21-27 gigs are on sale now. If you previously purchased tickets to the Railroad Revival tour stop in Oakland, you can buy tickets now for the Oct. 28 show. Otherwise, the public onsale for Oakland begins Oct. 12.

For more information visit BandOfHorses.com or RailroadRevival.com.


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