Escape The Fate / Nonpoint / Get Scared / Failure Anthem / Through Fire Tour

Discussion in 'Tour Forum' started by kidinthebushes, Aug 11, 2016.

  1. kidinthebushes Aug 11, 2016
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    kidinthebushes

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    11/10 - Denver, CO @ Summit Music Hall
    11/11 - Salt Lake City, UT @ In The Venue
    11/12 - Idaho Falls, ID @ The Hitt Event Center
    11/13 - Spokane, WA @ Knitting Factory
    11/14 - Seattle, WA @ Studio 7
    11/16 - Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre
    11/17 - Santa Cruz, CA @ The Catalyst
    11/18 - Fresno, CA @ Strummer’s
    11/19 - Orangevale, CA @ The Boardwalk
    11/20 - Pomona, CA @ The Glass House
    11/21 - West Hollywood, CA @ Whiskey A Go Go
    11/22 - Phoenix, AZ @ Joe’s Grotto
    11/23 - Farmington, NM @ Top Deck
    11/25 - El Paso, TX @ Tricky Falls
    11/26 - Lubbock, TX @ Jake’s Sports Café
    11/27 - San Antonio, TX @ Alamo City Music Hall
    11/29 - Houston, TX @ Scout Bar
    11/30 - Dallas, TX @ Trees
    12/01 - New Orleans, LA @ House of Blues
    12/02 - Clarksville, TN @ The Warehouse
    12/03 - Chicago, IL @ House of Blues
     
  2. jjnunn118

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    I don't know 60% of this lineup, and I didn't know Get Scared was even still a band.
     
  3. red8ge

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    depressing
     
  4. kidinthebushes

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    I thought someone in another thread mentioned that Escape The Fate was rumored to be doing a tour with some Warped bands which I thought was surprising. That is because this is the sort of tours Escape the Fate is doing now. This tour isn't surprising at all.
     
  5. red8ge

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    definitely makes sense that ETF is about that Active Rock Radio crowd now. didn't know nonpoint was still (alive and) kicking
     
  6. 207music

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    That was me, that is what my friend said he was told at Heavy Montreal, clearly he was wrong. He said Craig told him they had something lined up with OM&M and From Ashes to New, maybe it'll be a late winter thing. Despite clearly going the radio rock route, ETF still did Warped in 2015 and I bet they'll be on in 2016, they switch it up.
     
  7. marsvoltamcr

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    This is cool for Nonpoint. They never stop touring, but it seems to be a continuous stream of headliners. Being support for a change may help them. Their albums still sell well though so who knows.
     
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  8. kidinthebushes

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    I'm surprised Escape the Fate is still big enough to play House of Blues.
     
  9. 207music

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    I don't think people on here understand that they are fairly active in the radio scene which whether this scene likes it or not, is bigger than this.
     
  10. suicidesaints

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    Love Nonpoint. Not really familiar with the rest of the lineup.
     
  11. kidinthebushes

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    I didn't know Nonpoint has been around since the 90s. What is their most popular song?
     
  12. 207music

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    Bullet With A Name
     
  13. Taco-King

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    Just saw Nonpoint open for Disturbed a couple months ago on their club tour. They put on a great show but ETF was pretty bad the last time I saw them. Okay this isn't coming near me.
     
  14. marsvoltamcr Aug 13, 2016
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    Yeah, I have a lot of respect for Nonpoint. They've pretty much stayed at the same level of popularity for about 15 years now. Guys know how to please their fans. That's for sure.

    Also, I assumed this was an ETF headliner, but poster makes it look like a co-headliner. Interesting.
     
  15. suicidesaints

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    Nonpoint is just super consistent. They've put out an album every year or two for the last 15 years and they're all on par with each other quality wise. I've seen them live too many times to count (mostly in the earlier years, but as recent as a year and a half ago) and they ALWAYS put on a energetic fun show.
     
  16. bstadtfeld

    but does it djent?

    It's kinda weird to see Nonpoint on this tour with a band like Get Scared but I think it'll be good for them. I've only seen them once with All That Remains, Soil, and Starset, and the crowd was amped for them. One of the better modern rock shows I've been to.
     
  17. suicidesaints

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    Anyone know if Nonpoint is a co-headliner by chance, or just direct support?

    I ask because my venue has Nonpoint listed as closing the show, but maybe just because they have a pretty strong following here and a good relationship with the club owners.
     
  18. 207music

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    Based on the poster it's a co-headliner but with ETF being on the left, I'm going to say they close most shows or perhaps it alternates. Most venues have ETF listed 1st.
     
  19. atlas

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    I shamelessly enjoy Nonpoint still. They are a super consistent and great band that have written a ton of catchy/heavy songs that haven't fallen into the trap of nu metal cheesiness.

    Too bad I hate every other band on this bill ahaha
     
  20. kidinthebushes

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    Poison VIP Package - $85.00

    • One (1) General Admission Ticket
    • Side Stage for Escape The Fate
    • Meet and Greet w/ Escape The Fate
    • Photo/Signing w/ Escape The Fate
    • Escape The Fate Flag
    • Escape The Fate Cinch bag
    • 11x17 Tour Poster
    • VIP Laminate w/ Lanyard

    PLEASE NOTE: All items are picked up day of show at the meet and greet. You will be emailed the meet and greet times 3 business days before the concert. All tickets are picked up day of show at the venues box office. NOTHING IS SHIPPED.


    Dead VIP Package - $65.00

    • One (1) General Admission Ticket
    • Acoustic Song w/ Escape The Fate
    • Meet and Greet w/ Escape The Fate
    • Photo/Signing w/ Escape The Fate
    • Escape The Fate Cinch bag
    • Escape The Fate Wall Flag
    • 11x17 Tour Poster
    • VIP Laminate w/ Lanyard

    PLEASE NOTE: All items are picked up day of show at the meet and greet. You will be emailed the meet and greet times 3 business days before the concert. All tickets are picked up day of show at the venues box office. NOTHING IS SHIPPED.


    Hate VIP Package - $45.00

    • One (1) General Admission Ticket
    • Meet and Greet w/ Escape The Fate
    • Photo/Signing w/ Escape The Fate
    • Escape The Fate Cinch bag
    • 11x17 Tour Poster
    • VIP Laminate w/ Lanyard

    PLEASE NOTE: All items are picked up day of show at the meet and greet. You will be emailed the meet and greet times 3 business days before the concert. All tickets are picked up day of show at the venues box office. NOTHING IS SHIPPED.

     
  21. josh-

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    How many people buy a "Poison" vip
     
  22. 207music

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    Honestly Soundrink has catered to fan girls of every band I think any band that continuously does work with Soundrink must be doing well.

    Side-note, had no idea Soundrink was from my home state of Maine.
     
  23. kidinthebushes

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    Nonpoint is on tour now with In This Moment.
     
  24. suicidesaints

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    So did Nonpoint drop from this tour? or are they on both tours?
     
  25. kidinthebushes

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    The In This Moment tour ends the beginning of September. This tour doesn't start until November.