Emarosa Fall Headlining Tour with Anarbor and Cold Collective


Fall Headlining Tour
With Anarbor and Cold Collective
Tickets and VIP Packages Available Here

October 11th, 2016 After being heralded as one of the must see bands at this summer’s Vans Warped Tour, Emarosa is going back on the road for their headlining Fall 2016 tour. With support from Anarbor and Cold Collective, Emarosa will kick off the tour on November 3rd in Lancaster, PA and travel across the United States before wrapping on November 21st in Lexington, KY. See below for a full list of dates. Tickets are on sale now here.


VIP Packages are available for purchase as well. Each package includes a General Admission ticket, Meet & Greet/Photo Opp, T-Shirt, Tour Poster, Laminate, and a signed copy of “131”. A portion of every package will go to the LTD Foundation, which bridges the music industry together with fans who have terminal diseases by giving them their own Dream Day Backstage. VIP Packages are available here: http://ltdvip.org/emarosa


In addition to announcing the tour, Emarosa also recently released a music video for “One Car Garage“. The video, directed by Tim Burton, shows the viewer what it is truly like to experience seeing Emarosa perform live. From lead singer Bradley Walden climbing and hanging on the rafters to sitting on shoulders in the middle of a crowd of thousands of fans, the video highlights the always energetic, moving and inspiring performance. Many artists and bands that support Emarosa like Keith Buckley (Every Time I Die), Alex Howard (Sleeping With Sirens), Ryan Key and Sean Mackin (Yellowcard), Tori Kravitz (Warped Tour Pit Blog), Jenna McDougall (Tonight Alive), Davey Muise (Vanna), Savannah Hudson (The Heirs), Keaton Pierce (Too Close To Touch), Ryan Scott Graham (State Champs & Speak Low If You Speak Love), Jim Riley (The Ghost Inside), Derek Sanders (Mayday Parade), Ryan Kienle (Matchbook Romance), Cody Carson (Set It Off), Devin Oliver (I See Stars), Telle Smith (The Word Alive), Daniel Wand (Capsize), Masato Hayakawa (Coldrain), Savannah Rachelle (Crew), and John O’Callaghan (The Maine) have cameos in the video.


Featuring the acclaimed singles, “Cloud 9“, “Helpless“, “Blue” and “Miracle“, the highly anticipated album, 131, was released in July via Hopeless Records and garnered incredible praise with Substream Magazine saying “We don’t hesitate to proclaim Emarosa is better now than ever before” and Chorus.fm stating that “‘131’ shatters the mold the band previously sat in and stands out as a modern rock masterpiece that delivers hit after heart-felt hit.”


131 was produced in Nashville by Casey Bates, who is known for his work with artists like Portugal The Man, Chiodos, Pierce The Veil, Memphis May Fire, Gatsbys American Dream and many more. During the recording process, the band made a conscious effort to throw all expectations to the side and record the album they always wanted to make, free of all external pressures. As a result, the record takes a pop-turn, reflecting Walden’s diverse influences, including Michael Jackson and Patrick Stump, while still retaining Emarosa’s signature grittiness. Fans old and new will enjoy the dynamic sounds of 131.


On 131‘s evolved sound, Walden explores the boundaries of rock and infuses these epically charged anthems with an even fuller sense of grandeur than on past releases. “I’m so proud of this. It’s my favorite thing I’ve ever done. This is the record we wanted to make,” he shares.
Emarosa’s current line up includes Bradley Scott Walden, ER White, Jordan Stewart and Matthew Marcellus.


131 is now available for purchase at the following links:
Music videos released off 131:


131 Track Listing:
1. Hurt
2. One Car Garage
3. Sure
4. Miracle
5. Cloud 9
6. Helpless
7. Porcelain
8. Never
9. Young Lonely
10. Blue
11. Re
Upcoming Tour Dates
Nov 3 – Leymone, PA @ The Champ
Nov 4 – Worcester, MA @ The Palladium Upstairs
Nov 5 – New York, NY @ The Studio at Webster Hall
Nov 6– Howell, NJ @ GameChanger World
Nov 7– Virginia Beach, VA @ Shaka’s
Nov 8– Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade
Nov 10– Houston, TX @ Walter’s Downtown
Nov 11– Dallas, TX @ The Prophet Bar
Nov 12– Austin, TX @ Dirty Dog Bar
Nov 14 – Mesa, AZ @ Nile Theatre
Nov 15 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo
Nov 17 – Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater
Nov 18 – St. Louis, MO @ FUBAR
Nov 19 – Chicago, IL @ Beat Kitchen
Nov 20 – Ferndale, MI @ The Loving Touch
Nov 21 – Lexington, KY @ The Burl


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