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Sep 8, 2021
Dance Gavin Dance
Sep 23, 2021
New Found Glory and Simple Plan
Oct 2, 2021
Oct 6, 2021
Oct 8, 2021
September 8, 2021
Spend a night with the upbeat punk rock of Bayside! The quartet's melodic brand of guitar-driven alt-rock first made waves in the early 2000s, securing a fast-growing following and tour support slots with fellow emo outfits Senses Fail, Aiden and Hawthorne Heights. Now headliners in their own right, don't miss them when they pitch up in your city.
September 23, 2021
The five-piece rock band from Sacramento has seen many line-up changes since its 2005 inception however, it would seem, there haven't been any Gavins. We'll put that down to creative expression, something Dance Gavin Dance clearly has in buckets judging from the sheer array of musical talents that combine to create forces like 'We Own The Night' and 'Inspire The Liars'.
October 2, 2021
Two giants of the 90s and 00s pop-punk scene have rescheduled their co-headline tour from 2020! Don't miss New Found Glory and Simple Plan as they join forces for the Pop Punk's Still Not Dead Tour. Shooting to worldwide fame in the noughties as part of an international movement that produced bands like Sum 41, Green Day and Blink 182, the two stalwart acts will tear across North America together for the first time this year!
October 6, 2021
Alt-rock Texan natives Blue October have risen through the ranks to become a platinum-selling rock band since forming in 1995 with a body of work that includes modern rock hits like 'Dirt Room' and the #1 VH-1 smash, 'Into The Ocean.' Best known for their hard-hitting 2006 single 'Hate Me', which documents lead singer Justin Furstenfeld's battles with depression and substance abuse, the band are recognized for their angst-ridden post-grunge anthems and frank discussion of personal issues and cite the likes of Creed and Nirvana among their main musical influences.
October 8, 2021
Grammy-award nominated industrial rock titans Ministry are taking thing way back in 2020 as they take to the road with KMFDM and Front Line Assembly on the Industrial Strength tour, recreating their infamous line up in celebration of their debut album The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Taste clocking up an impressive 30 years!
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