How does a tour hit the same areas twice with the same headliners within a few months and have success both times around? Tours with multiple legs have been particularly popular recently; take the Black Mass Tour and The World Tour for instance. Both tours kept their headliners but changed openers. The World Tour on the second go around featured Pierce the Veil and Sleeping with Sirens with support from PVRIS and Mallory Knox. The first leg of the tour was fantastic and the openers put on great sets and set the bar high for the support on leg two. The openers of leg two overall did an even better job. From the first song of each band the crowd seemed to all be familiar with all of the acts and was certainly ready to sing along.
We Came As Romans and Chiodos hit the road for a short co-headlining run before the holidays. They took two new bands with highly notable frontman, Slaves and Sleepwave, along with them for tour support. Fans lined up outside The Palladium in Worcester, MA in the cold hours before doors in order to get a good place, whether it be a spot on barricade or a booth to watch from further back. All four bands put on a great set so fans were sure to have a great time and the show was certainly worth the wait.