Discussion in 'Tour Forum' started by Sean Murphy, Sep 23, 2019.
I hate the name of this tour and record so much. But I’m going to try to keep an open mind and give it a few listens.
Long Island/Huntington date also has Sainthood Reps opening
Bayside at the Troubadour. The perfect pair.
I'm really tempted to double it up and go to the Chain Reaction show the night before, but it's outweighed by my lack of desire to drive back from Orange County at midnight.
Hmmm I’ve never seen Bayside, can’t remember the last time they even came here. My hit that first date
This has got to be the first time in forever that Bayside has skipped Cleveland on a tour.
Oh most definitely, I'm gonna try and snipe tickets to this on Friday
Can't believe this and Jimmy are back to back nights at this venue. I'm so excited.
Finally their playing Tampa on a headliner
I wonder how much of the new album they'll play versus Devotion & Desire etc
from venue email
edit: and ticketmaster, could have sworn that wasn't on there earlier (for context, this is the biggest venue on the tour by far (1500) and sort of a hometown show)
yeah the paramount is not a "small sweaty club" by any means haha
Will be at the Portland show! Haven't seen Bayside since the coheadliner with Say Anything. And yeah they had me excited at small club. The Hawthorne is where they almost always play in Portland so I was hoping for something smaller lol Capstan opening this is awesome, band is one of my new favorites.
Dang I didn't even know Sainthood Reps we're still a band. I'm definitely gonna try to hit up the Austin date of this. Love Bayside live.
Anthology in Rochester is not a small sweaty club in any way. Holds 1000 or more people. Super confused about the marketing for this when I first read it
The Walking Wounded: 10 Year Tour.
Holy shit the Ottobar.
Was't the Sick Tour as a supporting act (NFG headlined)?
And the WW 10-year tour was only played in 8 or 9 cities (and a few festivals). I never really counted that as a full tour.
Fingers crossed for a new setlist...
got tickets for the Huntington show, haven't seen them in a while so i'm looking forward to it. just hoping for a more diverse setlist lol
This is also very cool
we were just talking in another thread about how more local music should be featured at shows.
Going to hit the Cambridge show with a couple of friends.
I haven't seen Bayside headline since 2011, coincidentally, in a sweaty little club on an off date of a larger tour they were on. What a freaking show that was. About a month after Killing Time came out.