BURN SEASON: New Podcast Available; Dates With NONPOINT Announced

Jacksonville, Florida's BURN SEASON have posted a new podcast at this location. The band, who released their self-titled debut album through Bieler Bros. Records last year, will be hitting the road with labelmates NONPOINT, as well as REVELATION THEORY and EGYPT CENTRAL, for a series of dates. The group's first single, "Carry On", impacted radio this week and is receiving early heavy rotation at WXQR Greenville, NC and WKLQ Grand Rapids, MI.


Apr. 24 - Springfield, VA @ Jaxx
Apr. 25 - Charleston, SC @ Music Farm
Apr. 26 - Chatanooga , TN @ Fathom
Apr. 28 - Zephryhills, FL @ 98 Rock Livestock @ Festival Park
May 02 - Jacksonville, NC @ Planet Rock
May 04 - Nashville, TN @ Exit Inn
May 05 - Myrtle Beach, SC @ The Social
May 06 - Jackson, MS @ Crawfish Bowl
May 07 - Knoxville, TN @ Blue Cats


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