Escape the Fate tour

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Escape the Fate Concerts Schedule Dec 2018

Dec 14
Fri, 5:00 pm
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Easton, PA · One Centre Square
Dec 15
Sat, 4:00 pm
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New York, NY · Le Poisson Rouge
Dec 21
Fri, 4:00 pm
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Mesa, AZ · Club Red
Dec 21
Fri, 6:30 pm
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Mesa, AZ · Club Red
Dec 22
Sat, 4:00 pm
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West Hollywood, CA · Whisky A Go Go
Dec 22
Sat, 7:00 pm
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West Hollywood, CA · Whisky A Go Go

Escape the Fate Concerts Schedule Jan 2019

Jan 24
Thu, 6:30 pm
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Bristol · Thekla
Jan 25
Fri, 6:30 pm
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Manchester · Gorilla
Jan 26
Sat, 6:30 pm
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Nottingham · Rock City
Jan 27
Sun, 6:30 pm
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Dublin · Voodoo Lounge
Jan 28
Mon, 7:00 pm
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Belfast · The Limelight
Jan 29
Tue, 7:00 pm
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Glasgow · The Garage

Escape the Fate Concerts Schedule Feb 2019

Feb 1
Fri, 7:30 pm
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Köln · Die Kantine
Feb 2
Sat, 8:00 pm
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Copenhagen · Pumpehuset
Feb 3
Sun, 7:30 pm
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Stockholm · Fryshuset
Feb 9
Sat, 7:00 pm
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Hamburg · Gruenspan
Feb 10
Sun, 8:00 pm
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Berlin · Bi Nuu
Feb 11
Mon, 8:00 pm
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München · Backstage Werk
Feb 14
Thu, 8:00 pm
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Vienna · Szene Wien
Feb 18
Mon, 7:30 pm
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Paris · Le Trabendo
Feb 19
Tue, 7:30 pm
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Eindhoven · Dynamo
Feb 20
Wed, 7:00 pm
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London · Electric Ballroom

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About Escape the Fate

Created in 2005, Escape the Fate is a heavy-metal band from Las Vegas, Nevada. The group capitalized on the post-hardcore rock movement of the late 2000-2009 decade. Their sound is similar to Black Veil BridesGet ScaredAsking Alexandria, and Motionless In White. Associated acts include, Falling In ReverseBlessthefall, and The Dead Rabbitts. The quartet currently consists of Robert Ortiz, Craig Mabbitt, TJ Bell, and Kevin Gruft.

In 2005, Escape the Fate joined together and began creating music. Soon after, they entered a radio contest held by My Chemical Romance and won it. As a result, they received a supporting role on My Chemical Romance’s tour, which led to a record deal with Epitaph. After inking their contract the group released their first EP, There’s No Sympathy for the Dead. The single did well for the band, and after a few member changes, they released their first full-length album, Dying Is Your Latest Fashion.

Escape the Fate followed with the departure of former members, Omar Espinosa and Ronnie Radke. After a long search, the group hired lead singer Craig Mabbitt. They began by touring with the new vocalist, and then headed to the studio to record their second album, This War is Ours. The record did modestly well on Billboard Charts, selling 13,000 copies in its first week. Afterwards, they headlined their first tour and then supported Hollywood Undead and Atreyu on their 2008 European tours. In 2010, Epitaph re-released Escape the Fate’s second album and toured Australia on the Soundwave Festival. The same year, the group left their label, joined Interscope, and released their third self-titled album.

In 2011, the group went through several member changes and continued their heavy touring. During this time, they played with Funeral for a Friend and Papa Roach. One year later, they began work on their fourth record and underwent more member changes. The first single released in January 2013 and was followed by a tour supporting their new record. Before the year could end, Escape the Fate changed its lineup again due to touring complications. By 2014, the group almost fully dissolved. Max Green left in May to join Falling in Reverse. Escape the Fate currently has no shows available.