Miss May I announce US headlining tour
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Last year, Ohio metalcore band Miss May I left longtime record label Rise Records to join Sharptone Records, which is owned by former Sumerian Records vice president Shawn Keith and Nuclear Blast CEO Markus Staiger. The outfit have been working on their new studio album called Shadows Inside and they're hitting the road in Europe and Canada to perform a new song or two. They didn't forget their fans in the United States with their massive touring schedule; today, they announced a spring U.S. headlining trek making its way to a city near you.

The tour kicks off on May 26 inside the White Oak Music Hall in Houston, Texas, and it will make its way to cities such as West Hollywood (The Whisky on June 3), St. Louis (Fubar on June 14) and New York City (The Marlin Room at Webster Hall on June 20). For this trek, the band will be joined by Upon A Burning Body, Kublai Khan and Currents.

While tickets go on sale to the general public this Friday at 10 a.m. PST, pre-sale tickets and VIP packages can be purchased here right now. Each VIP package includes a ticket to a show of your choosing, a meet and greet and photo op with Miss May I, a back patch, a souvenir laminate, and a digital download of their upcoming album when it's released.

Miss May I tour dates
May 26 – Houston, Texas – White Oak Music Hall
May 27 – Dallas, Texas – The Door
May 28 – Austin, Texas – Grizzly Hall
May 31 – Albuquerque, N.M. – The Launchpad
June 1 – Phoenix, Ariz. – Joe’s Grotto
June 2 – Anaheim, Calif. – Chain Reaction
June 3 – West Hollywood, Calif. – The Whisky
June 4 – Fresno, Calif. – Strummers
June 7 – Salt Lake City, Utah – In The Venue
June 8 – Denver, Colo. – Marquis Theater
June 9 – Merriam, Kan. – Aftershock
June 10 – Green Bay, Wis. – The Sandlot
June 11 – Minneapolis, Minn. – Cabooze
June 13 – Berwyn, Ill. – The Wire
June 14 – St. Louis, Mo. – Fubar
June 15 – Atlanta, Ga. – Masquerade
June 16 – Greensboro, N.C. – Blind Tiger
June 17 – Baltimore, Md. – Soundstage
June 18 – Freehold, N.J. – GameChanger World
June 20 – New York, N.Y. – Webster Hall (Marlin Room)
June 21 – Allentown, Pa. – GameChanger World – Allentown
June 22 – Hartford, Conn. – Webster Underground
June 23 – Worcester, Mass. – The Palladium
June 24 – Webster, N.Y. – Harmony House
June 25 – Buffalo, N.Y. – The Waiting Room
June 27 – Detroit, Mich. – The Magic Stick
June 28 – Cleveland, Ohio – Agora Ballroom
June 29 – Pittsburgh, Pa. – Rex Theater
June 30 – Columbus, Ohio – Park Street Saloon