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Fall Tours You Shouldn’t Miss

Ah, yes. fall. While this is a season many look forward to due to pumpkin spice lattes, pumpkin and apple flavored everything, not to mention Halloween movies such as Hocus Pocus.  In particular, I look forward to the fall touring season. This is the time when bands take the initiative to jump onto tours before retiring into the studio for the winter.

This year there is a steady stream of various types of tours such as 10 Year Anniversary Album tours with Jimmy Eats World and Finch, not to mention Anberlin’s farewell. Alkaline Trio are treating fans to a four night performance of their ENTIRE discography in select cities across the country! Whether it is the celebration of these bands’ discographies, or even watching in general stellar performances from artists like Bad Rabbits, 21 Pilots and a whole lot more.  Check out a list of  fall tours you shouldn’t miss this fall season!

The Black Keys – Turn Blue World Tour
09/05/14 – 12/21/14

21 Pilots – Quiet Is Violent World Tour
10/01/14 – 10/31/14

Tonight Alive with Mayday Parade – The Honeymoon Tour 
10/14/14 – 11/14/14

Finch – Back To Oblivion Tour
09/30/14 – 11/08/14

Anberlin – THE FINAL TOUR 
10/06/14 – 11/26/14

Alkaline Trio – 4 Day Select City Tour 
09/24/14 – 10/24/14

Minus the Bear 10 Year Anniversary Tour of They Make Beer Commercials Like This with Mansions 
10/14/14 – 11/23/14

Jimmy Eat World Futures 10 Year Anniversary Tour
10/02/14 – 11/02/14

Bad Rabbits Tour
10/01/14 – 10/30/14

Cold War Kids Tour
10/20-14 – 11/22/14

Neon Trees Tour
10/16/14 – 10/31/14

LIGHTS Tour
10/24/14 – 11/14/14

Circa Survive with Title Fight Tour
11/05/14 – 12/14/14

Pierce the Veil with Sleeping with Sirens Tour
11/05/14 – 12/06/14

Yellowcard with Emarosa Tour
10/16/14 – 11/16/14

Gerard Way Tour
10/12/14 – 10/23/14

Fall Tours You Shouldn’t Miss: Photo courtesy of tonightaliveofficial.com

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Music to me is the inspiration to life. I've always had to listen to a song no matter what emotions were charging through me at the moment. I love shooting shows because there is nothing like capturing the indescribable moment where a musician reaches the high point of his/her performance. There is a sudden second in this moment where there is constant battle of beauty and vibrancy in light and the despair in darkness.