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The Afters Kick Off Tour In Support Of New Album ‘Live On Forever’

By September 23, 2016No Comments

Band joins Newsboys and Ryan Stevenson On Love Riot Tour 
Group partners with NoiseTrade to release The First Decade compilation, benefitting Children’s Relief International

Nashville, Tenn. (September 23, 2016) — Following the recent debut of their acclaimed studio album Live On Forever, The Afters are taking their new music to fans across the country as they head out on the Love Riot Tour alongside Newsboys and Ryan Stevenson. The tour will hit venues all across the US, making stops in cities such as New York City, Chicago, Houston and more.
The Afters will perform new music from Live On Forever, hailed by critics as “fresh” and “timeless,” including their latest single “Battles,” which has hit the top 20 at Christian radio and continues to climb the charts. 

In celebration of the new album, the band is doing a special download campaign on NoiseTrade starting today. The free album includes 17 songs spanning their career, including tracks from each of their five albums, plus a song from their brand new release Live On Forever. Any proceeds from the campaign are going to Children’s Relief International. To download The First Decade, click here.
For tickets and additional tour information, visit

Love Riot Tour
September 23 – Lancaster Convention Center – Lancaster, PA
September 24 – Playstation Theater – New York, NY
September 25 – Bob Carpenter Center – Newark, DE
September 29 – The Chapel – Getzville, NY
September 30 – Sun National Bank Center – Trenton, NJ
October 1 – Petersen Event Center – Pittsburgh, PA
October 2 – Lowell Memorial Auditorium – Lowell, MA
October 6 – Northridge Church – Plymouth, MI
October 7 – Life Changers International Church – Chicago, IL
October 13 – The Albany James H. Gray Sr. Civic Center – Albany, GA
October 14 – Williams B Bell Auditorium – Augusta, GA
October 15 – Savannah Civic Center Arena – Savannah, GA
October 16 – Macon City Coliseum – Macon, GA
October 20 – Morris Performing Arts Center – South Bend, IN
October 21 – Big Sandy Arena – Huntington, WV
October 22 – Greensboro Coliseum Complex – Greensboro, NC
October 23 – BJCC Concert Hall – Birmingham, AL
October 27 – Braden Auditorium – Normal, IL
October 28 – Curb Center at Belmont University – Nashville, TN
October 29 – Rupp Arena – Lexington, KY
October 30 – Indiana Farmer’s Coliseum – Indianapolis, IN
November 3 – Baxter Arena – Omaha, NE
November 4 – Target Center – Minneapolis, MN
November 5 – Sanford Center – Bemidji, MN
November 6 – Scheels Arena – Fargo, ND
November 10 – George H Henderson Expo Center – Lufkin, TX
November 11 – Lloyd Noble Center – Norman, OK
November 12 – Spiritfest – Whataburger Field – Corpus Christi, TX
November 13 – SpiritFest – Dell Diamond – Round Rock, TX
November 17 – Foster Communications Coliseum – San Angelo, TX
November 18 – NRG Arena – Houston, TX
November 19 – Berry Center – Cypress, TX
November 20 – Verizon Theater – Grand Prairie, TX


The First Decade Tracklisting
1. Time of My Life
2. Life Is Beautiful
3. Broken Hallelujah
4. Lift Me Up
5. Life Is Sweeter
6. The Secret Parade
7. Forty Two
8. Beautiful Love
9. Until The World
10. Someday
11. Love Lead Me On
12. All That I Am
13. The Way You Are
14. You
15. Love Will Make You Beautiful
16. Wait
17. Thank God I’m Not The One

About The Afters
Texas-based, four-piece band The Afters were propelled into the national spotlight with their INO/Sony Music Label Group debut I Wish We All Could Win. The project spawned the swirling, melodic hit “Beautiful Love,” earning the band an enthusiastic following when the song was selected as the theme track for MTV’s “8th and Ocean.” “Beautiful Love” was also the most downloaded track of 2006 on the iTunes ® Inspirational charts and garnered the band an mtvU award. The Afters’ sophomore release Never Going Back To OK (INO/Columbia Records) debuted in the Top 50 on the Billboard Top 200, and proved to be a sensation on the silver screen with “Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC), “Dr. Phil,” “Army Wives” (Lifetime) and “Rachael Ray.” The band’s third record Light Up the Sky bolstered two No. 1 radio hits, as well as placements on “The Biggest Loser” (NBC) and “You Deserve It” (ABC). A slew of media including Rolling Stone,, E! News Live, TV Guide, Premiere Radio and more also picked up on covering The Afters. The band released its fourth studio album, Life Is Beautiful in April 2013 via Fair Trade and their fifth studio album, Live On Forever, is available now.

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