Saves The Day & Say Anything On Road Together in Pop-Punk Mega Tour
Let’s go for the nostalgia of our youthful, pop-punk days—Saves the Day is celebrating the 15th anniversary of Through Being Cool, and Say Anything is celebrating the 10th anniversary of …Is A Real Boy, so they’re going out on tour together! Also joining the bands on tour will be Reggie and the Full Effect, playing Under the Tray. It’s a pop-punk-a-palooza! The tour starts on November 21 in Orlando, FL at House of Blues before continuing to Atlanta, GA; Charlotte, NC; Silver Spring, MD; Philadelphia, PA; New York, NY (for two dates at Irving Plaza); Pittsburgh, PA; Cleveland, OH; Detroit, MI; and Lawrence, KS. On the tour, you can expect each band to be doing covers of the other bands’ songs, so you’re in for a good time. There’s an ongoing presale for the tour now, and the general on-sale for tickets is September 10 at noon.
Formed in 1994 in Princeton, NJ, Saves the Day consists of Chris Conley, Arun Bali, Rodrigo Palma, and Dennis Wilson. They released their debut studio album, Can’t Slow Down, in 1998. Based in Los Angeles, CA, Say Anything signed with their first label, Doghouse Records, in 2003, releasing …Is a Real Boy in 2004. Their latest album, Hebrews, was released in June of 2014.
Saves the Day & Say Anything Dates & Tickets
Saves the Day Video for “At Your Funeral”
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