Papadosio will celebrate the ten-year anniversary of its album T.E.T.I.O.S. with a two-night run at Cleveland, OH’s Masonic Auditorium. The shows are set for November 25th and 26th and will coincide with the release of an anniversary vinyl box set.

This news comes after Papadosio and Essential Productions were recently forced to postpone Resonance Music & Arts Festival, where the band was due to celebrate its 2012 album over two of the three nights. The festival, originally slated for September 15th–17th at Woodlands Nature Reserve in Charleston, SC, was derailed when Dorchester County suspended all concerts at the Reserve late last month. With just three weeks to move the entire operation, organizers decided to push the event to 2023, punting Resonance to June 29th–July 1st at Nelson Ledges Quarry Park in Garrettsville, OH. They also confirmed that 2023 will be the final Resonance.

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Tickets for the Papadosio T.E.T.I.O.S. anniversary shows at Masonic Auditorium in Cleveland go on sale today, September 13th, at 3 p.m. ET. The first-ever vinyl pressings of the album will be available at the concerts, featuring a 4LP vinyl box set along with an exclusive white/foil variant available only at the shows. Papadosio noted that vinyl pre-orders will begin via the group’s Back Lounge subscription portal on Bandcamp next week. Opening acts have not yet been announced, but the band stated, “we can’t wait to show you the support we’re bringing along for this show”.


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