Welcome back, Anberlin. Singer Stephen Christian and crew will be back on concert stages this summer after a five year hiatus. The band revealed the news in an announcement via their various sites Tuesday morning (April 9).

"We couldn’t be more excited to finally be able to announce our Summer 2019 tour dates. After nearly five years away, we have missed everyone out there, so we are coming back out to see you all!!," stated the band in their announcement.

The tour will kick off June 10 in Dallas, Texas at the House of Blues and will run just over a month, wrapping July 14 in Atlanta, Georgia. All of the dates are listed below, and no other details concerning support acts has been revealed.

The band played four shows in Florida back in December, but their last official tour wrapped in November of 2014.

The group will get in a handful of shows in Australia prior to the June U.S. kickoff. You can get ticketing information for all dates via their website. Tickets for the U.S. leg and VIP packages go on sale this Friday (April 12) at 10AM local time.

Anberlin 2019 U.S. Tour

June 10 - Dallas, Texas @ House of Blues
June 11 - San Antonio, Texas @ The Aztec Theatre
June 12 - Houston, Texas @ House of Blues
June 14 - Phoenix, Ariz. @ The Van Buren
June 15 - Los Angeles, Calif. @ The Wiltern
June 16 - San Diego, Calif. @ House of Blues
June 18 - Sacramento, Calif. @ Ace of Spades
June 20 - Seattle, Wash. @ Neptune Theatre
June 21 - Boise, Idaho @ Revolution Concert House
June 22 - Salt Lake City, Utah @ The Depot
June 24 - Denver, Colo. @ Summit Music Hall
June 27 - Kansas City, Mo. @ The Truman
June 28 - Minneapolis, Minn. @ Varsity Theater
June 29 - Chicago, Ill. @ House of Blues
July 02 - Detroit, Mich. @ St. Andrew's Music Hall
July 03 - Cleveland, Ohio @ House of Blues
July 05 - Boston, Mass. @ House of Blues
July 06 - New York, N.Y. @ Irving Plaza
July 09 - Philadelphia, Pa. @ Theatre of Living Arts
July 12 - Silver Spring, Md. @ The Fillmore
July 13 - Raleigh, N.C. @ The Ritz
July 14 - Atlanta, Ga. @ Buckhead Theatre


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