P.O.D. Announce Summer 2015 Tour Dates


Story by Anne Erickson

P.O.D. fans will have ample opportunity to see the band live this summer

P.O.D. will keep busy this summer and give fans plenty of chances to see them live. The Christian rap-rock band has announced a range of festival and headlining tour dates, ranging from intimate clubs to county fairs. The North American run kicks off in June and will continue through a July 18 show in Lancaster, Ohio. For more information, visit P.O.D.’s official website.

The tour dates come around the same time as P.O.D.’s new album. The band is currently working on the final mixes for the album and plans to release it this summer. The new release follows the group’s 2014 release “SoCal Sessions,” which offered acoustic rendition of 12 P.O.D. songs. P.O.D.’s last studio album, “Murdered Love,” dropped in 2012. P.O.D.’s story dates back to the early 1990s. The guys are best known for the anthemic, inspiring hits “Alive” and “Youth of the Nation” off 2001’s “Satellite.”

P.O.D. Summer 2015 Tour Dates:

6/14 — South Bend, Ind., St. Joseph County Fairgrounds
6/16 — Virginia Beach, Va., Shakas
6/19 — Winchester, Va., Blue Fox
6/20 — Syracuse, N.Y., Oswego Events Center
6/21 — Huntington, N.Y., Paramount
6/22 — Pittsburgh, Pa., Altar Bar
6/24 — Ft Wayne, Ind., Pierre’s
6/26 — Alix, Alberta, Tail Creek Mud & Music Festival
6/27 — Detroit, Mich., Stars and Stripes
6/28 — Ringle, Wis., Q&Z Expo Center
6/30 — Madison, Wis., Barrymore Theatre
7/1 — Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Reverb
7/2 — Bloomington, Ill., Castle Theatre
7/3 — Sault Saint Marie, Mich., Kewadin Casino
7/4 — Waconia, Minn., Carver County Fairgrounds
7/7 — Minot, N.D., Original Bar and Nightclub
7/9 — Rockford, Ill., District
7/10 — Lansing, Mich., Common Ground Festival
7/11 — Green Bay, Wis., Watering Hole
7/12 — Des Moines, Iowa, Val Air
7/14 — Nashville, Tenn., Marathon Music Work
7/15 — Hammond, Ind., Wolf Lake Park Pavilion
7/16 — St. Louis, Mo., Pops
7/17 — Cleveland, Ohio, Odeon
7/18 — Lancaster, Ohio, Mickeys Outdoors

Photo by Anne Erickson



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