Streetlight Manifesto have posted an update on their website.

The update announced that they'll be playing the Starland Ballroom on December 3rd to benefit Light of Day (Parkinsons and ALS research). The show will be their last headlining date for a while, as the band will take a break from touring to complete their new record, which they are currently "a good chunk into the recording process and we're all very very very psyched for this one to be released."

The band put out Keasbey Nights, a re-recording of Catch 22's album of the same name, this past March.
They had this to say:
We are playing Jersey again! Once again we will be playing the Starland Ballroom on December 3rd, this time for the Light of Day Benefit, a particularly awesome organization. All proceeds from ticket sales will go towards Parkinson's and ALS research. So far, as far as we know, it's just us, but other bands are to be announced soon, as well as some special guests.

Also, this will be our last (and first in a long while) headlining show for some time, as we are officially and definitely not playing any more shows or doing any more tours until the new record is complete. As for that, we are a good chunk into the recording process and we're all very very very psyched for this one to be released. Once again, this will be our last show for quite some time (knowing how long it takes us to record/mix so if you'd like to see us live and support a great cause this is your one chance for a few months.

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