Discussion in 'Tour Forum' started by Blink182Bouncer, Mar 15, 2019.
Hit The Lights
We The Kings (Members of them and We are the In Crowd we’re at the Orlando date)
I could 100% see those bands on it next year
We the kings gotta scope out their new touring plans since warped nostalgia is no longer an option
Yup! Which is why I think they’ll hop on this
Sleep on it is a decent new band
Anyone attending Michigan's date on Sunday should check out this band on the local stage in the Pike Room:
Can attest to last night saved my life being awesome. So good live and they usually play some fun covers
Anyone have some intel on set times for Michigan's date?
Would highly recommend people attending the Michigan date to check out Former Critics, Signature Mistakes, and Last Night Saved My Life.
Anyone need a ticket to Anaheim or Denver? Can't make the trip after all so I gotta let them go
Betting on next year's headliners being Movements, Neck Deep, Knuckle Puck and Real Friends. Support could be like Hot Mulligan, Eat Your Heart Out and Bearings.
Don’t wish that evil upon us please
The all time low predictions seem to pretty come from the fact that if the Maine and mayday parade don't play next year, they need to grab a band or 2 that can grab that late 20's demographic to show up. All the newer pop punk bands draw well, but if it's entirely just those kind of bands attendance will be down next year. If it's all newer pop punk bands and the headliners are something like neck deep or the story so far they're gonna be playing to the same amount of people they would play to on their own headliners, and take a pay cut in the process
I'm not sure tbh, most of the crowd seemed to be for State Champs. I think they were the biggest draw by far
State champs is for sure the biggest band on this tour, but I still think they need to continue to grab the audience that were there to see the Maine and mayday parade. If it's all newer bands next year I'm sure it'll still get like 2-3k per date, but they still need to get the people in that are going for "nostalgia" if they want to maintain/exceed the attendance numbers they're getting this year. I said aar before but it might be better for them to grab bands like simple plan or we the kings, even if that's not what I want lol
Yeah I don't see an absolute need for older nostalgia bands since State Champs seems to be the big draw this year. Even though I love The Maine/Mayday they aren't huge draws anymore.
TSSF and/or Neck Deep taking the State Champs spot would draw even more than this year's tour if you added any combination of Real Friends/ Knucklepuck/ Movements /TWY etc below them. Only nostalgia band I could see possibly doing this would be We The Kings because that band wouldn't exist without nostalgia tours lol Maybe FYS doing full tour since they have seemed to do well latching on to the new pop punk crowd. But bands like ATL, Simple Plan, Good Charlotte etc. are probably not going to settle for a tour like this when they could easily do their own headliner and make more without being outside in the heat all summer.
My ideal lineup
Story So Far
Eat Your Heart Out
Damn TWY only get 35 mins today? Is that normal?
They got 35 yesterday as well. Dan looked like he was about to pass out from the heat multiple times. I feel like they may have requested 10 less minutes because 35 is their new standard.
The Maine is definitely still a big draw lol but I agree with your overall point
Does anyone have the schedule for today? I can’t find it anywhere
How many dates so far have been outdoors? It seems like there are more than I expected, cause mine is just in a 3000 Cap Club.
Where was it indoors? I thought, outside of like one or two (Atlanta is the only one that comes to mind) that they were all outside.
Dallas was an indoor venue (3,000ish cap) that got announced as an outdoor show in the parking lot (kind of bait and switch honestly)
Myth in Minneapolis (Well, technically Maplewood) is indoors, which is my date next Thursday.