Escape the Fate + Nonpoint to Embark on 2016 Co-Headlining TourAugust 11th, 2016
The summer and fall will see plenty of co-headlining tours across North America and now fans can add Escape the Fate and Nonpoint to the list. The two acts will embark on a co-headlining late 2016 run dubbed the “Hate Poison” tour, which will feature Get Scared, Failure Anthem and Through Fire for support.
Escape the Fate will be touting their 2015 record, Hate Me, while Nonpoint have The Poison Red to promote, combining both names to bring “Hate Poison.” The trek will launch on Nov. 10 in Denver, Colo., extending over three weeks throughout the United States, wrapping it up in Chicago, Ill. on Dec. 3.
Commenting on the upcoming jaunt, Escape the Fate singer Craig Mabbitt said, “I’m excited to get back on the road and play some more Hate Me for the Escape The Fate fans and showcase ourselves to some new faces. It’s going be a diverse show, that’s for sure! Old school-new school meets new school-old school and it’s going be one hell of a time.”
Tickets will go on sale tomorrow (Friday, Aug. 12) at 10AM ET and can be purchased here.
Speaking about his new album, Mabbitt told Loudwire how Hate Me was a collaborative effort, stating, “Everybody had a say about every part of every song and so once you get an entire band that’s that involved in the record, everyone will be more involved in the record once you are doing the setup, once you’re performing the songs live. Everyone is going to be more connected to a record that they had a helping hand in. So, I think that has a lot to do with why the band is so excited about this one. It’s such a band effort.”