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Come See Roadless and Winterland on Tour This Week

Are you mentally prepared for winter? Do you find yourself daydreaming of windy chairlift rides and bottomless powder turns? Have you almost called in sick to work and flown to Colorado several times over the past week? If so, well done, and if not...get your head in the game, buddy! According to the fringe science of noetic theory, if we all think about snow enough it'll be a good winter. Or at least that's what I took away from The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown. Kind of a confusing book though.

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Anyways, whether you're suffering from a bad case of stoke deficiency or not, you should come watch one of our new films on tour. There are tons of upcoming stops on both the Roadless and Winterland tours:

Roadless

Bellingham, WA - October 22nd, 2019

Mt. Baker Theatre @ 7:30PM

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Seattle, WA - October 23rd, 2019

SIFF Egyptian Theatre @ 6:30PM, 9:00PM

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Logan, UT - October 24th, 2019

Life Sciences Building Room 133 @ 7:00PM

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Portland, OR - October 25th, 2019

Aladdin Theatre @ 7:45PM

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Santa Cruz, CA - October 30th, 2019

Rio Theatre @ 8:00PM

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Boise, ID - November 1st, 2019

Egyptian Theatre @ 7:00PM

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Nick McNutt catches some air filming for Winterland. Ben Dann photo.

Winterland

We've got a number of Winterland tour stops coming up as well. Specifically, in the next few days there are shows in West Kelowna, BCTromsø, NorwayDurango, COAnchorage, AKHolladay, UTVail, COSpokane, WAFlagstaff, AZEugene, ORVienna, AustriaDriggs, IDLeavenworth, WA, and Munich, Germany

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