The kings of the whole pop-punk genre New Found Glory have just finished supporting A Day To Remember on the UK leg of their world tour, and with them now being 20 years deep into their career, they’re celebrating this massive milestone by coming back to perform a bunch of their iconic albums in full.
Each date of the run will see the band performing breakthrough ‘Sticks And Stones’ in full, followed by another album, alternating with ‘Catalyst’ and their self-titled album. This excludes London, where the band will be performing six of their albums across three different venues across three dates.
You can find all dates of the tour, and the album(s) to be played at each show below:
SEPTEMBER 27 – GLASGOW, O2 ABC * ^
SEPTEMBER 28 – NEWCASTLE, O2 Academy * #
SEPTEMBER 29 – MANCHESTER, Academy * ^
SEPTEMBER 30 – BIRMINGHAM, O2 Academy * #
OCTOBER 02 – LEEDS, O2 Academy * ^
OCTOBER 03 – NOTTINGHAM, Rock City * #
OCTOBER 05 – BRISTOL, O2 Academy * ^
OCTOBER 06 – LONDON, O2 Forum * #
OCTOBER 07 – LONDON, Electric Ballroom ^ ~
OCTOBER 08 – LONDON, Camden Underworld + §
* = Performing their 2002 album ‘Sticks And Stones’ in full
^ = Performing their 2004 album ‘Catalyst’ in full
# = Performing their 2000 album ‘New Found Glory’ in full
~ = Performing their 2009 album ‘Not Without A Fight’ in full
+ = Performing their 1999 album ‘Nothing Gold Can Stay’ in full
§ = Performing their 2006 album ‘Coming Home’ in full
Support acts are yet to be announced.
Tickets for all dates of the tour will go on sale from 9:00AM on Friday (February 3rd 2017), and can be purchased online from www.gigsandtours.com.
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