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Periphery Expand U.S. Fall Tour, Announce Special 2-Night, Extended Sets


Periphery, who recently announced the first pair of headlining dates in support of their album, Periphery V: Djent Is Not a Genre  (Nov. 4 at House of Blues in Anaheim, Calif. and Nov. 18 at The Palladium in Worcester, Mass), have expanded the outing, adding several performances and dubbing the trek “The Wildfire Tour.”


“This tour represents something we’ve wanted to do for a while now… play multiple shows in more intimate rooms, and offer up different sets,” explains Mark Holcomb. “We’ve always been vocal about making art for ourselves, but these exclusive shows are something catered to our most devoted fans. Whether you just started following us with P5 or have been with us since the early days, we hope you can make it out to one of the shows. It’s gonna be a blast!”


While the initially announced dates for Anaheim and Worcester include Plini, Archspire, Thomas Giles, Thank You Scientists, and Mike Dawes, the newly announced performances will only include Mike Dawes, allowing Periphery to have extra time for their expanded set. Tickets for the additional shows are on-sale this Friday, July 14, at 10 am local time.


The Wildfire Tour ’23 dates:


November 4 Anaheim, CA House of Blues*

November 6 Denver, CO The Bluebird Theatre

November 7 Denver, CO The Bluebird Theatre

November 9 Dallas, TX The Echo

November 10 Ft. Worth, TX Tannahill’s

November 12 Chicago, IL Bottom Lounge

November 13 Chicago, IL Bottom Lounge

November 15 Baltimore, MD Baltimore SoundStage

November 16 Baltimore, MD Baltimore SoundStage

November 18 Worcester, MA The Palladium **


All shows opened by Mike Dawes

*- Openers are Plini, Archspire, Thomas Giles, and Mike Dawes

**-Openers are Plini, Archspire, Thank You Scientist, and Mike Dawes


Periphery released Periphery V: Djent Is Not A Genre in March. Metal Hammer said the 9-song album proves “why they’re miles ahead of their peers,” going on to say “Periphery continue to push boundaries.” Guitar World described the self-produced collection is “their most wildly ambitious record yet,” and Metal Injection described the band as “torchbearers for the genre.”

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