We Came As Romans have announced a 10th anniversary tour for the band’s debut full-length To Plant a Seed for 2020. The band will be joined by The Devil Wears Prada, Gideon, and Dayseeker for the full U.S. tour which kicks off at Chicago’s House of Blues on March 5 and ends in the band’s hometown of Pontiac, MI at The Crofoot Ballroom on April 11.

“We are going to be throwing these songs into the vault of old WCAR—and retiring them from all future set lists after this tour,” says guitarist Joshua Moore in a press release for the tour.

Released in 2009, To Plant a Seed helped to establish We Came As Romans as one of the key acts in an increasingly popular metalcore genre, and the 10 songs of that album have remained staples for many fans since.

Vocalist Kyle Pavone, who performed on To Plant a Seed, died unexpectedly in 2018. We Came As Romans released their first songs since his passing earlier this fall, “Carry the Weight” and “From the First Note.” The band is currently working on their sixth full-length album.

Tickets for the tour go on sale Friday, November 22, at 10 a.m. local time. See the full list of tour dates below.

2020 Tour Dates:
3/5 – Chicago, IL—House of Blues
3/6 – St. Louis, MO—Ready Room
3/7 – Indianapolis, IN—The Citadel Music Hall
3/8 – Grand Rapids, MI—The Intersection
3/10 – Toronto, ON—Opera House
3/11 – Montreal, QC—Club Soda
3/13 – Worcester, MA—The Palladium
3/14 – Brooklyn, NY—Warsaw
3/15 – Philadelphia, PA—Theatre of Living Arts
3/17 – Baltimore, MD—Rams Head Live!
3/18 – Greensboro, NC—Arizona Pete’s
3/19 – Atlanta, GA—The Masquerade
3/20 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL—Culture Room
3/21 – Tampa, FL—The Orpheum
3/23 – Houston, TX—White Oak Music Hall
3/24 – Austin, TX—Empire Control Room
3/25 – Dallas, TX—Canton Hall
3/27 – Denver, CO—The Oriental Theater
3/28 – Salt Lake City, UT—The Complex
3/30 – Spokane, WA—Knitting Factory
3/31 – Seattle, WA—El Corazon
4/1 – Portland, OR—Hawthorne Theatre
4/3 – Sacramento, CA—Ace of Spades
4/4 – Los Angeles, CA—The Regent Theater
4/5 – Phoenix, AZ—The Pressroom
4/7 – Oklahoma City, OK—Diamond Ballroom
4/8 – Lawrence, KS—Granada Theater
4/9 – Minneapolis, MN—Skyway Theatre
4/10 – Milwaukee, WI—The Rave
4/11 – Pontiac, MI—The Crofoot Ballroom


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