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Published: 2012/12/20

The Wailers to Perform Survival on Tour

The Wailers will perform their album Survival in its entirety, as well as a number of other hits, during their upcoming tour. The reggae group recorded the political-minded album with the legendary Bob Marley back in 1979. The band will kick things off in Boulder, CO on December 28 before making their way through the Midwest and Northeast in January, including a stop at Brooklyn Bowl on January 24. The Wailers will spend February on the West Coast, performing six shows in California before closing out the tour at the Neptune in Seattle on February 24. A full list of the Wailers’ upcoming dates can be viewed below.

The Wailers Upcoming Tour Dates

December 28 Boulder, CO—The Fox Theatre
December 29 Avon, CO—Agave
December 31 Telluride, CO—Sheridan Opera House
January 8 Ann Arbor, MI—The Ark
January 9 Lincolnshire, IL—Viper Alley
January 10 Chicago, IL—Old Town School of Folk Music
January 11 Columbus, OH—Lifestyle Communities Pavilion
January 12 Niagara Falls, NY—Bears Den at Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel
January 13 Washington, DC—Howard Theatre
January 16 Philadelphia, PA—World Cafe Live
January 17 Bearsville, NY—Bearsville Theatre
January 18 Bethlehem, PA—ArtsQuest Musik Cafe
January 19 Plymouth, NH—Flying Monkey
January 20 Huntington, NY—The Paramount
January 22 Boston, MA—Brighton Music Hall
January 23 Verona, NY—Turning Stone Resort Casino
January 24 Brooklyn, NY—Brooklyn Bowl
January 25 Easton, MD—Avalon Theatre
January 31 Ashland, OR—Ashland Armory
February 2 Reno, NV—Knitting Factory
February 6 Sacramento, CA—Ace of Spades
February 7 San Francisco, CA—The Independent
February 8 San Juan Capistrano, CA—The Coach House
February 9 Solana Beach, CA—Belly Up Tavern
February 10 Henderson, NV—Henderson PAvilion
February 12 Hermosa Beach, CA—Saint Rocke
February 13 Agoura Hills, CA—The Canyon
February 20 Boise, ID—Knitting Factory
February 21 Portland, OR—Hawthorne House
February 24 Seattle, WA—The Neptune


There are 3 comments associated with this post

Ryan December 21, 2012, 08:28:33

now this is something that I can get next to! Love Bob, love the Wailers, Family Man is a hero of mine on the 4 string. The whole bit was getting watered down though, tired of the “Legend” set, all that. But going out there and playing an under appreciated classic is definitely whats up

cocheese December 21, 2012, 16:15:01

I imagine most of the people who flock to these shows nowadays will be wondering what the heck they’re playing. Last Wailers show I went to, it was mostly college age peeps, good people, but they only knew the hit songs and didn’t give a crap when they were playing something else.

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