Miss May I in highway pile-up

Miss May I were forced to pull out of a tour stop last night after being involved in a large-scale traffic accident.

The band and crew have all been reported safe and well following a multi-vehicle crash near Chicago.

Miss May I tweeted last night: “We will not be making the show this evening. In a huge pile-up on the way to the gig. All the band and crew are safe though.”

They later posted a picture from the scene and added: “Thanks for all the well-wishes. Our rig is beat up but everyone is fine.”

Their North American tour in support of fifth album Deathless continues in Detroit tonight (March 2). They return to the UK in May, including appearances at the Slam Dunk festival series.

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Miss May I North American tour dates

Mar 02: Detroit St Andrew’s Hall, MI
Mar 03: Toronto Phoenix Concert Theatre, ON
Mar 04: Montreal Corona Theatre, QC
Mar 05: New York Webster Hall, NY
Mar 06: Cambridge The Middle East Downstairs, MA
Mar 07: Philadelphia Theater Of The Living Arts, PA
Mar 08: Baltimore Rams Head Live, MD
Mar 09: Richmond The Broadberry, VA
Mar 10: Atlanta The Masquerade, GA
Mar 11: St Petersburg State Theatre, FL
Mar 13: Orlando The Plaza, FL
Mar 14: Pensacola Vinyl Music Hall, FL
Mar 16: Mission Never Say Never Festival, TX
Mar 17: San Antonio Alamo City Music Hall, TX
Mar 18: Houston Warehouse Live, TX
Mar 19: Grand Prairie So What Music Festival, TX
Mar 20: Oklahoma Farmers Public Market, OK
Mar 21: Albuquerque Sunshine Theater, NM
Mar 23: St Louis Fubar, MO
Apr 30: Jacksonville Welcome To Rockville, FL
May 20-22: Columbus Rock On The Range, OH
May 24: Liverpool Arts Club, UK
May 25: Glasgow King Tut’s, UK
May 26: Newcastle O2 Academy, UK
May 27: Manchester Sound Control, UK
May 28: Leeds Slam Dunk, UK
May 29: Birmingham Slam Dunk, UK
May 30: Hatfield Slam Dunk, UK
May 31: London Electric Ballroom, UK
Jul 15-17: Chicago Open Air, IL

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