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Hawthorne Heights announce 20 Years Of Tears Tour is coming to Orlando with Thursday, Anberlin, Emery & This Wild Life

This summer get ready for some peak-emo nostalgia as Hawthorne Heights have announced the "20 Years of Tears" Tour with Thursday, Anberlin, Emery, and This Wild Life!

Hawthorne Heights announce 20 Years Of Tears Tour is coming to Orlando

Hawthorne Heights have announced a nostalgia-heavy, multi-city emo “20 Years of Tears" tour, which will take in a huge 56 US dates, kicking off this June, and wrapping up in mid-September.


This not-to-be-missed touring event, which will include Hawthorne Heights playing their debut album, "The Silence In Black And White", in its entirety, will also feature co-headliners, Thursday, and Anberlin, with support from Emery and This Wild Life.


Tickets are on sale Friday, April 19 at 10 am, with a Live Nation Presale happening now. (Code: RIFF) Get tickets now.



"20 Years of Tears is a celebration of the genre that raised an entire generation, with basement-born bands to stadium headliners," Hawthorne Heights vocalist JT Woodruff commenting on the upcoming tour.


He added: "Emo comes in all shapes and sizes and has touched the hearts and minds of people from all walks of life. With some of the biggest names of the MySpace Generation, this lineup is designed to give you the energy you had while feeling so misunderstood, as a 'misguided' youth. This is not just a summer concert, it is a must-see event that can reignite the fire inside all of us as we sing and scream together like it's 2004."





Hawthorne Heights announce 20 Years Of Tears Tour is coming to Orlando

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