Protest the Hero Plots North American Tour with Grand Rapids Stop March 3
Canadian progressive metallers Protest the Hero will soon invade North America for a run of 2014 tour dates, with a March 3 stop at The Intersection in Grand Rapids.
The concert is not yet listed on The Intersection’s website.
A strong roster of supporting acts have been announced, including Battlecross, the Safety Fire, Intervals, Night Verses and Motorleague. All those bands will appear in Grand Rapids.
Protest the Hero just finished a six-week European tour to jam fan favorites along with new material from its fourth studio album, “Volition,” funded entirely by fans via Indiegogo.
Fans have been eating up the soaring ultra-technical attack of Protest the Hero.
While Battlecross, the Safety Fire, Intervals and Night Verses are appearing for Protest the Hero’s U.S. dates, only the Intervals are accompanying the band on its Canadian dates — including an April 19 stop in Windsor, Ontario, across the river from Detroit.
For the Canadian dates, Motorleague will hop aboard.
Protest the Hero with Battlecross, The Safety Fire, Intervals and Night Verses
March 1 – Buffalo, N.Y., The Waiting Room
March 2 – Cincinnati, Bogarts
March 3 – Grand Rapids, The Intersection
March 4 – Des Moines, Iowa, Woolys
March 5 – Minneapolis, Garage Youth Center
March 7 – Milwaukee, The Eagles Hall at Rave
March 8 – Joliet, Ill., Mojoes
March 9 – Lincoln, Neb., Bourbon Theater
March 10 – Fort Collins, Colo., Aggie Theater
March 11 – Grand Junction, Colo., Mesa
March 12 – Salt Lake City, Urban Lounge
March 14 – Spokane, Wash., The Hop
March 15 – Boise, Idaho, Knitting Factory
March 16 – Reno, Nev., Knitting Factory
March 17 – Sacramento, Calif., Assembly
March 18 – Anaheim, Calif., House of Blues
March 19 – Tucson, Ariz., 191 Toole
March 21 – Lubbock, Texas, Jake’s Backroom
March 22 – Austin, Texas, Red 7
March 23 – Little Rock, Ark., Juanita’s
March 24 – Baton Rouge, La., Varsity Theater
March 26 – Tampa, Fla., State Theater
March 27 – Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Culture Room
March 28 – Jacksonville, Fla., Jack Rabbit’s
March 29 – Wilmington, N.C., Ziggy’s by the Sea
March 30 – Raleigh, N.C., Lincoln Theater
April 1 – Charlotte, N.C., Tremont Music Hall
April 2 – Washington, D.C., Rock & Roll Hotel
April 3 – Hartford, Conn., Webster Theater
April 4 – Rochester, N.Y., Montage Music Hall
April 5 – Cambridge, Mass., The Middle East
April 6 – Amityville N.Y., Revolution
Protest the Hero with Intervals and Motorleague
April 8 – Moncton, New Brunswick, The Oc Nightclub
April 9 – Halifax, Nova Scotia, The Pavilion
April 10 – Halifax, Nova Scotia, The Marquee
April 11 – Fredericton, New Brunswick, Lava Vodka Bar
April 12 – Quebec City, Dagobert
April 14 – Laval, Quebec, Studio Theatre
April 15 – Cornwall, Ontario, Vu Night Spot
April 16 – St. Catharines, Ontario, Michun Nightclub
April 17 – London, Ontario, London Music Hall
April 18 – Windsor, Ontario, The Dominion House
April 19 – Guelph, Ontario, Vinyl