With New Year’s Eve concerts at a premium this year, Consider The Source is lucky to get back out on the road for a four-night run of shows planned across three states along the east coast next month.

The run of shows dubbed the Hero Squad concerts, will begin on December 28th at Jergel’s Rhythm Grille in Warrendale, PA just outside of Pittsburgh, then continue on to the Baltimore Soundstage in Baltimore, MD on December 29th. From there the band will head to The Stone Church for night one of their two-show residency, culminating with the New Year’s Eve show at the venue the following evening, which is already sold-out. All of the concerts besides the New Year’s show still have tickets available as of Monday morning.

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All of the concerts will adhere to limited seating, socially distant format, and the participating venues have been safely implementing the practice throughout the pandemic, according to the announcement. Each venue will require fans to remain seated throughout the performance, and masks will be mandatory to wear whenever a guest is away from their seat. The Stone Church requires the purchase of an entire table of either four or six people. Jergel’s has a reserved seating format, whereas the Baltimore Soundstage has a first-come, first-serve general admission seating arrangement.

For tickets and information about Consider The Source at Jergel’s click here, for the Baltimore Soundstage click here, and for The Stone Church night one click here.