Underoath Add Los Angeles Show on March 27th

Photo credit: Joshua Weaver

Photo credit: Joshua Weaver

Underoath, who kicked off their eagerly awaited “Rebirth Tour” on March 16 with a sold out hometown show (the first of, as of now, 20 sold out dates on the tour), were set to announce a March 27 Los Angeles show yesterday, and then a funny thing happened, the show sold out via word-of-mouth before it was formally announced.
 
Originally slated for the Fonda Theater, the March 27 performance has been moved to The Novo by Microsoft (formally known as Club Nokia) with additional tickets available now:http://axs.com/events/308696/underoath-tickets.
 
“Self Help was so amazing,” said singer Spencer Chamberlain. “We were completely blown away by the turn out and reaction that we decided to add a LA show so we could play both They’re Only Chasing Safety and Define The Great Line for all of you in the LA area as well. The show sold out so fast we are moving it to The Nokia. Thanks again, we are so grateful for your support.”


The band announced the Los Angeles date following the sextet’s triumphant return to Southern California as one of the headliners of this past weekend’s Self Help Festival.  LA Music Blog, said of the band’s performance: “Underoath has always been one of the most legendary acts, and to have them returned to us is a blessing that keeps on giving. Their show was just as unstoppable and relentless as ever, putting every other act out right now to shame.”
 
Underoath announced their reunion in August, with guitar player Tim McTague saying, “We never thought we’d ever even want to play together again, much less be as excited to do so.” 
 
The Tampa-based outfit disbanded in 2012, with Aaron Gillespie departing in 2009.  The reunited line-up is Aaron Gillespie, Grant Brandell, Spencer Chamberlain, Chris Dudley, James Smith and Tim McTague.
 
Rebirth Tour
March 22     Tulsa, OK     Cain’s BallroomSOLD OUT
March 23     San Antonio, TX     The Aztec Theater
March 25     Phoenix, AZ     The Marquee
March 26     Las Vegas, NV     Brooklyn Bowl
March 27     Los Angeles, CA     The Novo by Microsoft
March 28     San Francisco, CA     The Warfield
March 30     Seattle, WA     Showbox SODOSOLD OUT
March 31     Portland, OR     Crystal BallroomSOLD OUT
April 1     Boise, ID     Knitting Factory
April 2     Salt Lake City, UT     The Complex
April 3     Denver, CO      Ogden TheatreSOLD OUT
April 4     Kansas City, MO     Arvest Bank Theatre
April 6     Minneapolis, MN     Skyway Theatre
April 7     Chicago, IL     Riviera TheatreSOLD OUT
April 8      Royal Oak, MI     Royal Oak Music Theatre
April 9      Grand Rapids, MO     Orbit Room
April 10     St. Louis, MO     The PageantSOLD OUT
April 11     Nashville, TN     RocketownSOLD OUT
April 13     Cleveland, OH     Agora TheatreSOLD OUT
April 14     New York, NY     PlayStation TheatreSOLD OUT
April 15     Sayreville, NJ     Starland BallroomSOLD OUT
April 16     Philadelphia, PA     Electric FactorySOLD OUT
April 17     Boston, MA     House of BluesSOLD OUT
April 19     Toronto, ON     The PhoenixSOLD OUT
April 20     Silver Spring, MD     The Fillmore
April 21     Norfolk, VA     The NorVASOLD OUT
April 22     Charlotte, NC     Amos SouthendSOLD OUT
April 23     Atlanta, GA     TabernacleSOLD OUT
April 24     Orlando, FL     Hard Rock Live
 
Caspian opens on all non-festival dates.

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