Years after their most recent studio effort, Converge have been making the rounds lately, setting up tours and hinting at new music coming sometime in the future. Earlier today, the band announced that they’ll be playing a number of shows on the east and west coast to close out 2023.
This news comes as the band gets ready for their upcoming slate of European dates next month. As for their North American shows, it’s actually sort of split into two mini-legs, with the west coast dates starting on September 29 in Los Angeles and coming to an end in Ponoma, California on October 8. Then, on November 17 they’ll play the Roadrunner at Boston and on November 18 they’ll take on the Starland Ballroom on November 18.
Not only will they split their time on either side of the country, they’ll have different supporting acts for each stretch. The west coast shows will feature Deaf Club, Elizabeth Colour Wheel, and Entry, while the east coast shows will see Converge play with Botch and Cave In.
If you’re able to make it out to any of the shows listed below, you should probably do everything you can to do so. These shows, especially the east coast gigs, are sure to kick all kinds of ass, so you won’t want to miss out.
Tickets will go on sale this Friday, July 14.
Converge, North American Tour Dates:
September 29 Los Angeles, CA @ Echoplex *
September 30 San Francisco, CA @ Neck of the Woods *
October 2 Seattle, WA @ El Corazon *
October 3 Vancouver, BC @ Rickshaw Theatre *
October 4 Portland, OR @ Bossanova Ballroom *
October 6 Sacramento, CA @ Aftershock Festival
October 7 Santa Cruz, CA @ The Vets Hall *
October 8 Pomona, CA @ Glass House *
November 17 Boston, MA @ Roadrunner ^
November 18 Sayerville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom ^
* w/ Deaf Club, Elizabeth Colour Wheel, Entry
^ w/ Botch, Cave In
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