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MISERY SIGNALS Announces Farewell Tour With Both Vocalists

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Misery Signals 2024

Misery Signals is sadly calling it quits, but not before a fantastic farewell tour. The tour features both Misery Signals vocalists Jesse Zaraska and Karl Schubach performing their eras of the band, and you can check out the full list of dates below. Get your tickets here.

"Misery Signals has been a band for 22 years, essentially half of our lives. It's afforded us the privilege of sharing stages with bands we admire, who have inspired us," wrote Misery Signals. "We've forged lifelong friendships with many we've encountered on the road. The responses we've received while performing onstage, coupled with the personal sentiments shared with us offstage, have made these 22 years some of the most cherished moments of our collective lives.

"We are eternally grateful for all the support this band has received, and we will never take it for granted. It's time for us to close this chapter of our lives and explore new opportunities individually. We didn't want to conclude this journey without giving our supporters a proper chance to say goodbye. The Blood is Forever, Love is Forever Farewell Tour will signify the end of Misery Signals.

"A Farewell Tour wouldn't feel complete without our brother, Karl Schubach. These final shows will feature career-spanning sets with both Jesse Zaraska and Karl Schubach performing songs from their respective Misery Signals albums. We're eagerly anticipating seeing you all one last time."

7/12 Vancouver, BC The Pearl
7/13 Portland, OR Dante's
7/18 Los Angeles, CA 1720
7/20 Denver, CO Marquis Theater
7/14 Boise, ID Shrine Social Club
7/23 Milwaukee, WI Turner Hall
7/26 Brooklyn, NY Warsaw
7/24 Chicago, IL Avondale Music Hall
7/27 Toronto, ON Danforth Music Hall
9/6 Calgary, AB Palace Theatre
9/7 Regina, SK The Exchange
10/19 Edmonton, AB Union Hall

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