SLAVES announces 2021 tour to support new record To Better Days



American rock, post-hardcore band SLAVES, made up of Colin Vieira [Bass], Weston Richmond [Guitar], Juan Felipe Sanchez [Guitar], Zachary Baker [Drums], and Matthew McAndrew [Lead Vocalist], have announced dates for their 2021 To Better Days Tour. 

The Sacramento, California band will be hitting the road beginning on September 9th in Danville Virginia at the Blue Ridge Fest and ending November 14th in Berlin at Cassiopeia. Special guests Acres and Siamese will be joining the tour as supporting acts.

Get your tickets through Avacado Booking, here.


The tour is named after the band’s latest musical record To Better Days released on August 7th, 2020. It’s said that this album is to be the final record released under the name SLAVES. Stream the record here.

SLAVES To Better Days 2021 Tour Dates:

September 9th: Danville, Virginia @ Blue Ridge Fest
September 10th: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania @ HMAC
September 11th: Ft Wayne, Indiana @ Piere’s
September 12th: Sun Lexington, Kentucky @ Manchester Union Hall
September 14th: St Louis, Missouri @ Red Flag
September 15th: Joliet, Illinois @ The Forge
September 17th: Madison, Wisconsin @ The Annex
September 18th: Hobart, Indiana @ The Art Theater
September 21st: Nashville, TN @ The End
September 23rd: Orlando, Florida @ Rebel Rock Fest
October 21st: Hamburg, de @ Logo
October 22nd: Bochum, de @ Crowdsalat Festival
October 23rd: Mainz, de @ Schon Schön
October 24th: Sittard, nl @ Poppodium Volt
October 26th: Birmingham, UK @ Mama Roux’s
October 27th: London, UK @ The Underworld
October 28th: Glasgow, UK @ Cathouse
October 29th: Manchester, UK @ Rebellion
October 30th: Leeds, UK @ The Key Klub
October 31st: Bristol, UK @ The Exchange
November 1st: Southampton, UK @ The Joiners
November 3rd: Paris, fr @ Gibus
November 4th: Baden, ch @ Werkk Kulturlokal
November 5th: Prague, cz @ Chapeau Rouge
November 6th: Brno, cz @ Melodka
November 7th: Budapest, hu @ Dürer Kert
November 9th: Warsaw, pl @ Poglos
November 10th: Poznan, pl @ Pod Minoga
November 11th: Leipzig, de @ Naumanns
November 12th: Stuttgart, de @ Club Zentral
November 13th: Munich, de @ Backstage
November 14th: Berlin, de @ Cassiopeia

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