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Senses Fail Announce “LIFE IS NOT A WAITING ROOM” Tour

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Today, iconic rock band Senses Fail has announced a lengthy North American tour and we are so stoked about it. They are bringing out class acts, Holding Absence and Thousand Below as the supporting bands which is sure to be an excellent show all the way around. The run kicks off this fall on September 1st in Las Vegas, NV and goes until October 6th in Anaheim, CA. It will see Senses Fail making stops in New York, Philadelphia, Seattle, Portland, Dallas, Los Angeles, and many more notable cities across the country along the way. They seem to hit just about every major place they could get to on one tour!

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The tour will celebrate the fifteen year anniversary of their popular album, Life Is Not A Waiting Room. We can’t believe 2008 was fifteen years ago. Anyone else feeling old right now? Pre-sale and VIP tickets are on sale now, with general public tickets going on sale tomorrow, Thursday June 15th at Noon local time. Check out the full list of dates below!

Senses Fail “LIFE IS NOT A WAITING ROOM” Tour Dates:

  • Sept. 1 – Las Vegas, NV
  • Sept. 2 – San Diego, CA
  • Sept. 3 – Mesa, AZ
  • Sept. 5 – Dallas, TX
  • Sept. 6 – Houston, TX
  • Sept. 8 – Orlando, FL
  • Sept. 9 – Atlanta, GA
  • Sept. 10 – Alton, VA
  • Sept. 12 – Baltimore, MD
  • Sept. 13 – Buffalo, NY
  • Sept. 14 – New York, NY
  • Sept. 15 – Philadelphia, PA
  • Sept. 16 – Boston, MA
  • Sept. 18 – Detroit, MI
  • Sept. 20 – Pittsburgh, PA
  • Sept. 21 – Columbus, OH
  • Sept. 22 – Lakewood, OH
  • Sept. 23 – Chicago, IL
  • Sept. 24 – Louisville, KY
  • Sept. 26 – Minneapolis, MN
  • Sept. 27 – Lawrence, KS
  • Sept. 28 – Denver, CO
  • Sept. 29 – Salt Lake City, UT
  • Sept. 30 – Boise, ID
  • Oct. 2 – Seattle, WA
  • Oct. 3 – Portland, OR
  • Oct. 5 – Sacramento, CA
  • Oct. 6 – Anaheim, CA
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