Discussion in 'Tour Forum' started by Daniel182, Aug 5, 2016.
Very excited for this! I've never seen them in a club before. I was supposed to see them at House of Blues for their Does This Look Infected tour but my buddy decided to get married that day.
Wouldn't go see these guys live, but I'm definitely interested, if they hit Minneapolis, in seeing what type of venue they go to.
jeez at that tour name, in a good way I think
How selfish is he?!
He even had me be one of the groomsmen!
UGH the worst
Saw them two nights in a row back in 2001 and fucked up my knee the second night. Was a great time though. I'd probably go for nostalgia if there's not a ton of other shows happening around the same time.
First time I crowdsurfed was at the Sum 41, Amber Pacific, Monty Are I tour. Good times!
For anyone who knows the lineup, are the opener(s) on Warped Tour?
Hoping this comes to NJ. When I saw them at warped in NJ they said they would be back in the fall, but they could have just meant philly/NYC like usual, but we'll see.
Either First Ave or Myth. At warped tour they said they would be back in October
They said the same thing in Chicago.
I'm betting they play Starland. They were scheduled to play in 2012, but it was moved to the Stone Pony after Hurricane Sandy.
They also told us in Scranton that they'll be back, so I think that basically confirms a Philly show. Unless they're hitting the Sherman in Stroudsburg. No closer venues besides that.
They said it at Camden
The direct support is not.
Really hoping for Broadside and Four Year Strong.
I could see direct support being an older and/or more Punk oriented band. Anti-Flag or MXPX or something of that nature.
I'm probably way off, though.
How many openers?
From what I got out of a few posts elsewhere, it's going to be
And I thought Four Year Strong was rumored as one of the openers. So direct support has to be somewhat notable if they're billed higher than them. I was thinking Real Friends, but if it's someone who isn't on Warped then I'm out of ideas. I don't know if Real Friends would mesh well with a Sum 41 crowd anyway. Two very different levels of aggression for Pop Punk.
That would be great. I feel the direct support band needs to be an older band.
It is. Well, compared to the newer crop of bands, that is.