TOOL/MESHUGGAH: More Dates Announced

More dates have been announced as part of the forthcoming TOOL/MESHUGGAH North American tour, which is scheduled to kick off at the end of the month. So far the following shows are reported to be taking place:

Sep. 30 - Anchorage, AK @ Sullivan Arena
Oct. 02 - Seattle, WA @ Key Arena
Oct. 03 - Boise, ID @ TBA
Oct. 06 - Edmonton, AB @ Skyreach Centre
Oct. 07 - Calgary, AB @ Pengrowth Saddledome
Oct. 10 - Rapid City, SD @ Rapid City Civic Center
Oct. 12 - Orem, UT @ McKay Center
Oct. 13 - Colorado Springs, CO @ World Arena
Oct. 15 - Sioux Falls, SD @ Sioux Falls Arena
Oct. 16 - Kansas City, MO @ Kemper Arena
Oct. 18 - Kalamazoo, MI @ Wings Stadium
Oct. 19 - Erie, PA @ Erie Civic Center
Oct. 20 - East Lansing, MI @ Breslin Center
Oct. 21 - Indianapolis, IN @ Conesco Fieldhouse
Oct. 23 - Toledo, OH @ Sports Arena


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