The road trip begins Nov. 8 in San Francisco at Regency Ballroom, and then wraps up back on the West Coast Dec. 16 in Portland, Ore., at Hawthorne Theatre.
Additional stops include Las Vegas at Hard Rock Café On The Strip (Nov. 13); Tulsa, Okla., at Cain’s Ballroom (Nov. 16); New Orleans at House Of Blues (Nov. 21); Atlanta’s The Masquerade (Nov. 27); New York at Irving Plaza (Dec. 3); Detroit’s St. Andrews Hall (Dec. 8); and Salt Lake City at In The Venue (Dec. 13).
The two co-headliners both have plenty of dates to take care of before they team up.
On Tuesday Miss May I opens for We Came As Romans in Missoula, Mont., at Wilma Theatre. Support dates for We Came As Romans are booked through Oct. 14, followed by an Oct. 15 support date for Texas In July in Danbury, Conn. The metalcore band also has a European tour scheduled Oct. 19 through Nov. 5.
Pierce The Veil is headed south with Sum 41 for a string of dates Sept. 4-11 in Mexico, Chile, Brazil and Argentina. The group has a European trek of its own planned Sept. 28 through Oct. 20 in support of Blessthefall.
An announcement on Pierce The Veil’s website says tickets for the “No Guts, No Glory Tour,” will be going on sale soon.
Miss May I released its second studio album, Monument, in 2010. Pierce The Veil’s also put out its sophomore album last year, titled Selfish Machines.