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BOTCH reunion tour details – updated dates for October-December are up

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Botch‘s autumn reunion tour has become a highly sought-after event, with the addition of two more shows to the lineup. The band has recently disclosed their plans for a proper tour, which is their first since they disbanded in 2002. The itinerary has been updated to include two fresh dates, one in Sayreville, NJ and a second performance in New York City.

Last year, Botch started a re-release initiative with Sargent House, and as part of the campaign, they reissued “We Are The Romans” from 1999 along with “One Twenty Two,” their first new track in over two decades. To everyone’s surprise, they played a reunion show at Matt Bayles’ birthday bash in Seattle last October. The band’s first official reunion concert is scheduled to take place this Friday (2/17) in their hometown of Tacoma, Washington.

Here’s the revised schedule for the tour.

The returned to the stage tonight for a trio of reunion shows in their homestate of Washington on February 17th:

02/17 – Tacoma, WA at Spanish Ballroom (with Sandrider & Denial Of Life)
02/24 – Seattle, WA at The Showbox (with Dreamdecay & Haunted Horses)
02/25 – Seattle, WA at The Showbox (with Filth Is Eternal & Erosion)

Botch reunion tour

Botch reunion tour

Oct 5 – Revolution Hall, Portland, OR
Oct 6 – Revolution Hall, Portland, OR
Oct 7 – Revolution Hall, Portland, OR
Oct 13 – Metro, Chicago, IL
Oct 14 – SOLD OUT – Metro, Chicago, IL
Oct 19 – Emo’s, Austin, TX
Oct 21 – Summit Musichall, Denver, CO
Nov 10 – JUST ADDED – Webster Hall, New York, NY
Nov 11 – SOLD OUT – Webster Hall, New York, NY
Nov 14 – Soundstage, Baltimore, MD
Nov 15 – 🚨 very low ticket – Union Transfer, Philadelphia, PA
Nov 17 – Roadrunner, Boston, MA
Nov 18 – JUST ADDED – Starland Ballroom, Sayreville, NJ
Dec 7 – Fonda, Los Angeles, CA
Dec 8 – Fonda, Los Angeles, CA
Dec 9 – Observatory, Santa Ana, CA
Dec 12 – The Regency, San Francisco, CA

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