One of the most successful independent reggae-rock bands hits the road for their annual Winter Blackout Tour.
The Expendables have surpassed 20-years as a touring band in the reggae-rock genre. Throughout their entire career, the Santa Cruz, California natives have paved their way to success on a strictly grassroots, independent route, including releasing their most recent album Moment EP without major label support.
The band has remained firm with their independent releases and touring in support of each successive release.
One of The Expendables early touring mates, Slightly Stoopid, has taken the band on as label mates on Stoopid Records, as well as sharing the stage with some of their contemporaries Pepper, Dirty Heads, Iration, Mad Caddies, Less Than Jake, Passafire, and have brought along some of the best up-and-coming talent to play direct support for their headlining tours.
This year’s edition of the Winter Blackout: Yeti Strikes Back Tour features Ballyhoo! from Maryland and Kash’d Out from Florida. The tour will begin on February 13th in Petaluma, CA at the Mystic Theatre.
Some of the locations on the upcoming Winter Blackout tour will include, Arizona, New Mexico, multiple dates in Colorado, Texas and Florida, as well as east coast dates in New Jersey, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Ohio.
The Winter Blackout: Yeti Strikes Back Tour will conclude on March 20th in Las Vegas, Nevada.
For more information regarding The Expendables and their Winter Blackout Tour, follow the links below.
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