Make a Plan to See Lo-Pan

…Because they’re awesome, and because it’s not every band bold enough to tour in the Wintertime, even if they are heading to paradises both south and west. Okay, so really it’s more of a late-Fall tour, running from the middle of this month into December, but hey man, it’s cold in Ohio, Indianapolis and Chicago. It still counts. Here are the dates from the PR wire:

Small Stone Records announces Lo-Pan Winter tour and release of remixed and remastered album, Sasquanaut, for Jan. 25, 2011.

Lo-Pan tour itinerary:
11/17 Skully’s Music Diner Columbus, OH w/ Priestess, NAAM
11/18 Quenchers Saloon Chicago, IL w/ Imperial Battlesnake
11/19 Vollrath Indianapolis, IN w/ Devil to Pay, Bulletwolf, Devils if Belegrade
11/20 TBA Louisville, KY
11/21 Firebird Saint Louis, MO
11/22 Conservatory Oklahoma City, OK
11/23 Diablos Lubbock, TX
11/24 Kosmos Albuquerque, NM w/ Leeches of Lore, AoK Suicide Forest
11/26 Boomers Las Vegas, NV
11/27 LaBrie’s Glendale, CA
11/28 Ruby Room San Diego, CA w/ Ride the Sun
11/29 Rouge Bar Scottsdale, AZ
12/01 Trophy’s Austin, TX
12/02 Cavern Dallas, TX
12/03 Mia’s Pub Shreveport, LA w/ Massivus, Wormrider
12/04 TBA Memphis, TN
12/05 Little Hamilton Collective Nashville, TN

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2 Responses to “Make a Plan to See Lo-Pan”

  1. The Klepto says:

    Where do you find the tour dates for all these bands? Is it by the band’s individual websites, or do you know of a place where you can search for tour dates. I only ask because right now, without scouring the dozens of active bands I listen to, I know of very few places to find tours (ticketmaster being #1 and that’s only good for big names). I want to see more shows, support more beginning bands and underground artists. Hell I live in Orlando, we have a huge number of venues of all sizes, I need to get out there. Help a fellow metalhead out if you can.
    -K-

  2. Hey man, almost all of what I get comes in press releases sent by labels and PR companies. I would say sign up for band and label mailing lists if you want to know that kind of stuff. That’s probably the best way to go.

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