NONPOINT To Headline 'The Most Wanted' Tour

NONPOINT will headline this spring's "The Most Wanted" tour. Sponsored by Cage Rattle Radio, the tour is set to ignite on May 10 in Houston, Texas and will feature Los Angeles rockers THE EXIES filling support duties with up-and-comers DEEPFIELD and UNDER THE FLOOD kicking off the festivities nightly.

NONPOINT is currently plotting a spring release for the second single from its latest studio effort, "Vengeance". In the meantime, NONPOINT is on the road playing select support dates as part of the "Know Your Enemy" tour with DROWNING POOL, EGYPT CENTRAL and ANOTHER BLACK DAY.

NONPOINT's "The Most Wanted Tour" with THE EXIES, DEEPFIELD and UNDER THE FLOOD:

May 10 - Houston, TX - Scout Bar
May 11 - San Antonio, TX - Scout Bar
May 16 - Lake Buena Vista, FL - House Of Blues
May 17 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL - Club Cinema
May 23 - Jacksonville, NC - Hooligans
May 24 - Goose Creek, SC - The Dive
May 28 - Nashville, TN - Outdoor
June 04 - Las Vegas, NV - House of Blues

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