Buckcherry Unveil Final 2019 North American ‘Warpaint Tour’ Dates
Buckcherry have announced the third and final leg for their “Warpaint” tour. The California rockers have mapped out the last 16 North American concerts of 2019, which begins on Sept. 6 in Northfield, Ohio and wraps on Sept. 26 in Corpus Christi, Texas. See the dates below.
The group’s summer tour is in full swing with some big upcoming shows on the horizon including an opening slot for Aerosmith on July 19 in Shakopee, Minn., and two nights getting things started for Nickelback on Aug. 13 and 14 in Highland Park, Ill. They will light up the stage at INKcarceration in Mansfield, Ohio this Saturday (July 13).
Buckcherry’s “Warpaint” tour kicked off on March 5 and will hit a total of 118 cities in North America when all is said and done. The final eight shows of the tour will feature Blacktop Mojo as the opening act. Following the September dates, Buckcherry will take their show to Australia, Japan and the U.K. Check out all their tour dates here.
"After spending all fall recording our new album Warpaint, we are excited to play these new songs along with all of the Buckcherry favorites on the road throughout all of 2019," says frontman Josh Todd.
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Buckcherry North American Tour Dates:
Sept 6 - Northfield, Ohio @ MGM Northfield Park
Sept 7 - Oshkosh, Wis. @ Menominee Nation Arena
Sept 13 - Tempe, Ariz. @ Marquee Theatre
Sept 14 - Albuquerque, N.M. @ Sunshine Theater
Sept 16 - Pittsburgh, Kan. @ The Corral @ Kansas Crossing Casino*
Sept 17 - Austin, Texas @ Empire Control Room*
Sept 18 - El Paso, Texas @ Speaking Rock Entertainment Center*
Sept 20 - Ardmore, Okla. @ Heritage Hall*
Sept 21- Fort Smith, Ark. @ Temple Live*
Sept 22 - Katy, Texas @ Wildcatter Saloon*
Sept 24 - Bossier City, L.A. @ Margaretville Paradise Theater*
Sept 25 - Hattiesburg, Miss. @ Brewsky's
Sept 26 - Corpus Christi, Texas @ House of Rock*
*With Blacktop Mojo
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