Municipal Waste Announce Fall 2021 US Tour with Crowbar

The 10-show trek kicks off in November, and also features support from Skeletal Remains and Dead Heat

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Municipal Waste (photo by Melinda Oswandel), Crowbar (photo by Jon Hadusek)

    Municipal Waste have announced a fall 2021 US tour with Crowbar. The short run of dates kicks off in November with additional support from Skeletal Remains and Dead Heat.

    The 10-show route kicks off November 13th in Indianapolis, and runs through a November 23rd stop in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Along the way are shows in such venues as Brooklyn’s Warsaw and Detroit’s St. Andrews Hall.

    “We had a really good time throwing this tour together,” Municipal Waste vocalist Tony Foresta said in a press release. “Each band is a heavy hitter in their own right and we are beyond excited to bring this thing on the road.”

    Added Ryan Waste: “There’s a little something for everyone on this run. Plus, Dead Heat is one of my all-time favorite movies. ‘Lady, I’m f–king dead.’”

    The crossover thrash attack of Municipal Waste makes for a solid balance with the far slower, doomier songs of Crowbar. Following the November shows, Municipal Waste will stay on the road for a support slot on Circle Jerks’ December US tour. In addition, Municipal Waste are set to support Volbeat on a pair of California shows on October 2nd (San Diego) and October 6th (Los Angeles).


    Get tickets to Municipal Waste’s fall US tour with Crowbar via Ticketmaster. See the full list of dates and tour poster below.

    Municipal Waste Fall 2021 US Tour Dates with Crowbar, Skeletal Remains, and Dead Heat:
    11/13 – Indianapolis, IN @ Emerson Theater
    11/14 – Ft Wayne, IN @ Piere’s
    11/16 – Brooklyn, NY @ Warsaw
    11/17 – Boston, MA @ Big Night Live
    11/18 – Hampton, NH @ Wally’s
    11/19 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Spirit Hall
    11/20 – Cleveland, OH @ Grog Shop
    11/21 – Cincinnati, OH @ Riverfront Live
    11/22 – Detroit, MI @ St Andrews Hall
    11/23 – Grand Rapids, MI @ Elevation

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