Rise Records are proud to announce a co-headline tour between Crown The Empire and Issues this September. The 11 date tour will take in key cities all over the UK and will be a welcome return for Texans' and recent Alternative Press cover stars, Crown The Empire who last toured here in 2012 and gained countless new fans.
"We are so excited to announce that we will be returning to the UK this Fall with our boys in Issues! It was an honor playing for you guys last time when we supported Pierce The Veil on their headliner and we can't wait to see you again. Get ready for ROUND 2!"
Issues will be making their debut in the UK after releasing their EP to a huge reaction from media and fans alike. They master beat-downs and pop hooks quite like no other and are sure to set the stage alight come September.
This tour is set to be one of the most talked about of the year. Get ready.
CROWN THE EMPIRE/ ISSUES
Tues 10 Sep- Talking Heads, Southampton
Wed 11 Sep- The Fleece, Bristol
Thurs 12 Sep- Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
Fri 13 Sep- 02 Islington Academy, London
Sat 14 Sep- Asylum, Birmingham
Mon 16 Sep- Waterfront, Norwich
Tues 17 Sep- 02 Academy 2, Newcastle
Wed 18 Sep- Cathouse, Glasgow
Thurs 19 Sep- NQ Live, Manchester
Fri 20 Sep- Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
Sat 21 Sep- Cockpit, Leeds
Doors 7pm. Tickets priced at 10-14
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