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Buckcherry Announce North American Tour.

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In support of their new album Warpaint, rockers Buckcherry will be hitting the road this spring and summer on big North American tour.

As far as the headlining portion of the trek the band will kick it all off with a date in Waco, Texas on May 8th, and then pretty much straight through till August 31stwhere they wrap it up in Waynesboro, Tennessee.

As well as the bands headlining dates they will also be taking in a few festivals along the way, one of the big ones being Rocklahoma.

You can grab a copy of the new album Warpaint now, and it also features the single “Bent” and the bands cover of the Nine Inch Nails track “Head Like a Hole.”

Visit Buckcherry.com for ticket info.

Buckcherry’s North American tour dates:

 5/18 — Waco, TX, The Backyard Bar
5/19 — Amarillo, TX, Hoots Pub
5/21 — Lubbock, TX, Jake’s Backroom
5/22 — Odessa, TX, Dos Amigos
5/24 — Pryor, OK, Rocklahoma
5/25 — Mobile, AL, Soul Kitchen
5/26 — Blackshear, GA, Moccasin Creek Off Road Park
5/27 — Cape Coral, FL, Dixie Roadhouse
5/29 — New Orleans, LA, House Of Blues
5/31 — Columbia,MO, Rose Park
6/1 — Peoria, IL, Peoria Riverfront
6/2 — Lincoln, NE, Royal Grove
6/4 — Billings, MT, Pub Station
6/5 — Boise, ID, The Knitting Factory
6/7 — Garberville, CA, Richardson Grove Compound
6/8 — Reno, NV, Virginia Street Brewhouse
6/9 — San Francisco, CA, Slim’s
6/11 — Portland, OR, Hawthorne Theatre
6/12 — Seattle, WA, El Corazon
6/14 — Spokane, WA, Knitting Factory Concert House
6/18 — Des Moines, IA, Wooly’s
6/20 — Eau Claire, WI, The Metro
6/21 — Clear Lake, IA, The Surf Ballroom
6/22 — Madison, WI, Majestic Theater
6/23 — Battle Creek, MI, The Music Factory
6/25 — Indianapolis, IN, Deluxe at Old National Centre
6/26 — Flint, MI, The Machine Shop
6/28 — Drakesboro, KY, Gregory Lake ATV Park
6/29 — Champaign, IL, The City Center
6/30 — Lafayette, IN, Lafayette Theatre
7/2 — Rochester, NY, Platform 21
7/3 — Montreal, QC, Fairmont Theatre
7/5 — Point Pleasant, WV, Peck Fest
7/6 — Barrie, ON, Mavrick’s Music Hall
7/7 — Oshawa, ON, The Musical Hall Concert Theater
7/9 — Kingston, ON, Ale House
7/10 — Waterloo, ON, Maxwell’s Concerts and Events
7/12 — Taylorville,IL, Black Swan Mud Park
7/13 — Mansfield, OH, Mansfield Reformatory – INKcarceration
7/17 — Baltimore, MD, Baltimore Sound Stage
7/19 — Shakopee, MN, Canterbury Park^
7/20 — Poland, NY, Maximum Power Park
7/2 — Lancaster, PA, The Chameleon
7/23 — Greensboro, NC, The Cone Denim Entertainment Center
7/24 — Newport News, VA, Boathouse Live
7/26 — Salisbury, MD, Wicomico Youth and Civic Center
7/27 — Philadelphia, PA, Theatre of Living Arts
7/28 — Bangor, ME, Darling Waterfront Pavilion
7/30 — Binghamton, NY, Touch of Texas
7/31 — Ottawa, ON, Barrymore’s Music Hall
8/2 — Leamington, ON, Seacliff Park
8/3 — Sault Sainte Marie, MI, Kewadin Casino
8/4 — TBA
8/6 — Toronto, ON, Phoenix Concert Theatre
8/7 — Peterborough, ON, The Venue
8/9 — Neptune, NJ, Headliners
8/10 — Uncasville, CT, Wolf Den – Mohegan Sun Casino
8/11 — Clifton Park, NY, Upstate Concert Hall
8/13 — Highland Park, IL, Ravinia Festival#
8/14 — Highland Park, IL, Ravinia Festival#
8/15 — Kansas City, MO, The Truman
8/29 — Birmingham, AL, Iron City
8/30 — Florence, SC, River Neck Acres
8/31 — Waynesboro, TN, American Rebel Mud Park

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^Opening for Aerosmith.

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