Hawthorne Heights tap Thursday, Saosin, Armor For Sleep & more for 20th anniversary album tour

Hawthorne Heights are throwing the third edition of their nostalgia-heavy, multi-city emo festival series, Is For Lovers, this summer, and some of the same bands playing those fests will also play the “20 Years of Tears tour,” which hits over 50 US dates from June through September. Hawthorne Heights will be playing their 2004 debut album The Silence in Black and White in full at every date, and the tour includes runs with Thursday, Saosin, Armor For Sleep, Anberlin, Cartel, Stick To Your Guns, and more, varying by date. “20 Years of Tears is a celebration of the genre that raised an entire generation, with basement-born bands to stadium headliners,” Hawthorne Heights vocalist JT Woodruff says. “Emo comes in all shapes and sizes and has touched the hearts and ...

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