SeepeopleS wraps up the first leg of the "Apocalypse Cow" Tour
With a homecoming bang in the Southeast!
Featuring a special night at Crossroads
Playing interlocking sets with members of Perpetual Groove!
SeepeopleS has announced the last portion of the first leg of the "Apocalypse Cow" Tour, in support of their brand new album, Apocalypse Cow Vol. 1.
SeepeopleS by Ed Marshall
The Southeast run starts on May 18 at the Boone Saloon, and includes stops in Huntsville, (Crossroads May 19), Raleigh (Pour House May 23), Knoxville (Post Sundown in the City Party May 24 at Preservation Pub), Morristown, TN (the Downtown May
25), and a homecoming show at the Grey Eagle in Asheville, May 26. At Crossroads, May 19, the band will take part in a very special evening, playing interlocking sets with members of Perpetual Groove.
The two bands have toured together extensively, and judging from past shows, this will be an evening of sit-ins and rare collaborations, officially billed, SeepeopleS & Brock Butler and Friends. A must see event for sure! The show starts at 8 p.m.
SeepeopleS will also be appearing at this year's Wakarusa Festival on June 8, as well as Dogstock, Musefest, and a Saturday evening performance at the Southeast's largest street festival, Asheville's very own Bele Chere Festival, on July 28.
Recently the band has been gaining new fans with the release of their critically acclaimed third full length album, Apocalypse Cow Vol. 1 (Rascalz Recordz).
SeepeopleS tour dates available HERE.