Discussion in 'Tour Forum' started by Phil507, Jul 31, 2017.
No Baltimore/DC/Philly? WTF???
Did they play the record there recently? There's no Canadian dates because they already did Clumsy shows up there a few years ago.
No just some shows recently opening for Collective Soul
I'm interested to see if there will be any decent openers. I'll probably go to the Cleveland show.
I've only seen them once (at an FYE in-store event back in 2002 haha) and Clumsy is a pretty solid album.
Our Lady Peace is great live. I might go to this since when I saw them they didn't play 4am.
I hope they have a decent sized second set/encore though. They have a ton of good songs
Isn't AC considered to be the Philly market? I could be wrong there.
Maybe there's a fall festival or something they're playing.
This was my band before I got into punk/emo. Saw them 13 times. Funny to think about that now. Saw them only once with all original members on the Spiritual Machines tour. They are now down to Raine and Duncan as the only original-ish members. Jeremy leaving was a huge blow.
These venues are a bit too big for them. The AC show would count as the Philly market. If this hit the TLA or even Fillmore I'd go for nostalgia.
But they did do a Clumsy tour (along with Spiritual Machines) in 2010, I went to the Clumsy album night in Toronto, and it was amazing, had VIP tickets so I got to meet them and had some pretty good merch, was a really good experience. Kind of regret not going to the Spiritual Machines night the next night, but whatever, only have so much money or whatever, right?
Bonzai 2012? Saw them there and they didn't play 4am, but they did when I saw them in both 2010 and 2014. Hope to go to the show in Waterloo on October 21st.
They're opening up for Guns N Roses in stadiums in Canada (at least on all the Canadian dates, not sure about the others)
Yes that is when! Their set was shorter than it was listed for some reason and I couldn't believe they didn't play that!
I'll be at the Cleveland date at the end of October. Looking forward to it!
Guessing they'll play all of Clumsy and then a second set of 10 or so songs?
Anybody know anything about potential openers?
I'm actually skipping out on this tour. I saw them in the Clumsy era (opening for Third Eye Blind) and, while this album is good, it's definitely 4th overall when compared to Naveed, Happiness and Spiritual Machines. This feels a bit like an opportunity to remind the US market this band exists as the last time they were relevant here was in 2002 with Gravity.