A Loss For Words Set For “The Kids Can’t Lose” Tour

A Loss for Words will support the vinyl re-release of “The Kids Can’t Lose” (via Pure Noise Records) with a 15 date headline tour accompanied by support acts Veara, City Lights, PVRIS and Moms. The reissue and tour celebrate the 5th anniversary of the album, tickets going on sale on Friday, February 7th. Dates can be viewed below.

Vocalist Matty Arsenault declares that the band are “stoked to get on the road and support what might be the most significant release of our band’s career, our freshman record we released DIY 5 years ago, “The Kids Can’t Lose!” We couldn’t be happier to be re-releasing it on Pure Noise with our great friend Jake, who has been supporting us since day 1!


Mar 28 South Weymouth, MA Knights of Columbus

Mar 29 Long Island, NY Today’s Mixtape Festival (ALFW Only)

Mar 30 West Springfield, VA Empire

Mar 31 Lakewood, OH The Foundry

Apr 1 Grand Rapids, MI The Stache

Apr 2 Joliet, IL Mojoes

Apr 3 Covington, KYT Legends

Apr 4 Nashville, TN The End

Apr 5 Jacksonville, FL South East Beast Fest (ALFW Only)

Apr 6 West Columbia, SC New Brookland Tavern

Apr 8 Richmond, VA The Canal Club

Apr 9 Philadelphia, PA The Barbary

Apr 10 New York, NY The Studio @ Webster

Apr 11 Poughkeepsie, NY The Loft

Apr 13 Holyoke, MA The Waterfront Tavern

Kids Can't Lose Tour

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