United Nations Roll Out West Coast Tour, Hit Vancouver

United Nations Roll Out West Coast Tour, Hit Vancouver
Geoff Rickly's United Nations are ready to get back on the campaign trail behind their recent The Next Four Years LP, having just announced that they'll be taking those furious hardcore cuts and more on tour later this fall.

The outfit's August trip, which took them to Toronto and Montreal, is now being followed up with a lone East Coast stop at Gainesville, FL's the Fest before the band undertake a West Coast tour. Included in this run of dates is a stop at Vancouver's Korean Hall on November 8.

In the spirit of bringing people together, United Nations will be joined on most dates by Los Angeles post-hardcore crew Silver Snakes and on selected concert stops with New York punks Sick Feeling. You'll find all of the show details down below.

As previously reported, ahead of the United Nations trip, Rickly will be on tour with his new project, No Devotion. Partnering the vocalist with former member of UK outfit Lost Prophets, the band hit the road at the end of the month, landing at Toronto's Legendary Horseshoe Tavern on October 15. You'll find No Devotion's full tour schedule here.

Tour dates:

11/02 Gainesville, FL - The Fest
11/04 Los Angeles, CA - Catch One *^
11/05 Santa Ana, CA - The Observatory *^
11/06 Berkeley, CA - 924 Gilman *^
11/07 Portland, OR - Holoscene *^
11/08 Vancouver, BC - Korean Hall *^
11/09 Seattle, WA - Barboza *^
11/12 Henderson, NV - Eagle Aerie Hall ^
11/13 Tucson, AZ - 191 Toole ^
11/14 Scotsdale, AZ - Pub Rock ^
11/15 San Diego, CA - The Casbah ^

* with Sick Feeling
^ with Silver Snakes