All Time Low (those loveable pop-punk scamps from the Baltimore area) have announced a shiny new tour! It features support from Pierce the Veil, Mayday Parade and You Me At Six.
Titled the “Spring Fever Tour 2013″ it kicks off April 11th in Ohio. Presale tickets will be available tomorrow (more information below). If you’re a fan of any of these bands you don’t want to miss out on this! Hit the jump for a full press release.
If you’re planning on going to the Maryland date I’d recommend getting your tickets as soon as they go on sale as it will be a hometown show for them. I’m going to be trying for a photo pass for the show!
Feather weight is an emotive hardcore band from north of Boston. Being a band for two years, they’ve accomplished a lot, Northeast and Midwest tours, running a D.I.Y. venue out of front-man, Sean Ahern’s basement. Opening for bands like Touche Amore. Along with seriously caring about the people and music they surround themselves with.
Releasing at-least 13 tracks that are pure, emotional gold. One of the most hardworking bands I have ever known, many a time I’ve found myself trembling throughout their sets, everyone in the band screaming at the top of their lungs, bleeding, falling to the floor. Just seriously feeling what they do.
It will seriously be a sad day next Saturday, at the democracy center in Cambridge, Ma when these guys take the floor one last time, playing everything they have ever written, I’ve been told even a few covers.
They’ll be playing with the bands they are closest with.
All info for this show can be found by clicking on the show poster below.
I will be there shooting for all the bands except Featherweight: I want to enjoy their set to the fullest.
AP has made my morning with the announcement of the 2011 AP Tour. Four Year Strong will be headlining with main support from Gallows. Title Fight, The Swellers and Sharks will be supporting. Pre-sale for the AP Tour Fall will run from Aug. 1-5 at theaptour.ducatking.com, with regular onsale beginning Aug. 6 at 10 a.m. local venue time. The dates are below. You do not want to miss this.
Formerly known as No Fights Fest 4 this annual summer concert in Worcester, MA has been renamed to Pay What You Can Fest. You need to go to this. It’s July 30th and 31st and starts at noon each day. A message from the promoter (Greg McKillop) is below
I’m tired of overpriced local shows. These two days have a lot of kickass bands from both new england and all over the country.
It is technically a free show, if you want it to be, but we are asking for a $1-$10 dollar donation to help pay the touring bands. Please spread the word as much as you can, put the flyer up as your default picture, on your tumblrs, whatever.
No one will be turned away, but please try to pay what you CAN, not what you WANT. Support local music, lets prove this model can work. If you do not have any money, bring a bunch of friends. If they dont have money, bring even more friends, etc.
There are so many bands I can’t even list them here but you can check out the event page here and the show poster below. You do not want to miss this. I’ve attended two No Fights Fests and have loved every second of them. You need to go to this now.
Circa Survive has announced a new headlining fall tour. A note from the band is below with tour dates and support information.
As many of you know, we’ve been at home writing a new album. It’s going so great, however we miss you all a little too much and have decided to hit the road again this fall! This will be our last tour before we record our 4th full length, and will give a chance for us to get out of dodge…maybe even show you a new jam or two!
We’re Stoked to have our friends Maps And Atlases, States, and Sleeper Agent out with us. As you’ll see, we’re trying to hit a bunch of cities we weren’t able to reach on our last headliner. The full list of tour dates is below.
The Circa Survive Presale begins Thursday July 21st at Noon (local venue time). To access presale click HERE. You’ll be asked for a username and password to access the site, please use the below info.
If Presale tickets sell out, our Onsale will start Sat July 23nd at Noon EST. Check back to our website for tickets.
So excited to see all your faces and party with you, this tour is going to be awesome. GET EXCITED!
Circa Survive Fall Tour 2011 Dates:
All dates with Maps and Atlases
*w/ special guest States
**w/ special guest Sleeper Agent
9/22: Chameleon – Lancaster, PA *
9/23: Headliners – Toledo, OH *
9/24: The Loft – Lansing, MI *
9/25: Durty Nellies – Palatine, IL*
9/27: The Majestic Theatre – Madison , WI*
9/28: The Blue Note – Columbia, MO *
9/30: Slowdown – Omaha, NE *
10/01: Aggie Theatre – Fort Collins, CO *
10/02: Fox Theatre & Cafe – Boulder, CO *
10/04: Senator Theatre – Chico, CA *
10/05: Rio Theatre – Santa Cruz, CA *
10/07: Fox Theatre – Pomona, CA *
10/08: The Rock – Tucson, AZ *
10/09: Sunshine Theatre – Albuquerque, NM *
10/11: Jake’s Sports Cafe – Lubbock, TX *
10/12: Mohawk – Austin, TX *
10/14: The Marquee – Tulsa, OK *
10/15: New Daisy Theatre – Memphis, TN *
10/16: Expo Five – Louisville, KY **
10/18: Rams Head Live – Baltimore, MD **
10/20: Higher Ground-Showcase Lounge – South Burlington, VT **
10/21: Pearl Street Ballroom – Northampton, MA **
10/22: Club Infinity – Williamsville, NY **
10/23: Starland Ballroom – Sayreville, NJ **
10/25: The Crazy Donkey – Farmingdale, NY **
10/26: Electric Factory – Philadelphia, PA **
The Summer Partery Tour kicks off tomorrow with In Fear and Faith headlining supported by Boston natives Vanna and A Loss for Words. Other support includes Close To Home, Ten After Two, Adestria and French Pop-punkers Chunk! No Captain Chunk. A short commercial and the tour dates are below.
Jul 15 The Glass House Pomona, CA
Jul 16 Soma San Diego, CA
Jul 17 Nile Theatre, Mesa, AZ
Jul 19 The Marquee Theatre, Tulsa, OK
Jul 20 The Door, Dallas, TX
Jul 22 Emo’s Austin, TX
Jul 23 Warehouse Live Houston, TX
Jul 25 Rocketown Pompano Beach, FL
Jul 26 The Orpheum Tampa, FL
Jul 27 The Social Orlando, FL
Jul 28 The 7 Venue Douglasville, GA
Jul 29 Greene Street Club Greensboro, NC
Jul 30 The Ottobar Baltimore, MD
Jul 31 First Unitarian Church Philadelphia, PA
Aug 02 Gramercy Theatre New York, NY
Aug 03 School Of Rock Hackensack, NJ
Aug 04 Royale Boston Boston, MA
Aug 05 Northern Lights Clifton Park, NY
Aug 06 Xtreme Wheels Buffalo, NY
Aug 07 The Eagle Theatre Pontiac, MI
Aug 09 The Bottom Lounge Chicago, IL
Aug 10 Fubar St Louis, MO
Aug 13 Club Sound Salt Lake City, UT
Aug 15 Ace of Spades Sacramento, CA
Aug 16 Jerry’s Bakersfield, CA
Aug 17 Key Club West Hollywood, CA