Discussion in 'Tour Forum' started by mynamesgeneric, Dec 10, 2018.
Down for this. Interesting it doesn't really seem to coincide with any anniversaries for these albums but I suppose that's not a requirement anymore...
Assuming the opener is just Travis playing Piebald songs acoustic?
Absolutely 100% in for this. Buying tickets for the Roxy show in LA the second they go on sale.
This band loves to skip Minnesota
I hope they have two guitarists this tour. The last tour only bad Brandon and I thought the show suffered for it.
So fucking stoked
You guys should all come to the Utah show so you can see them at a super tiny ass place!
Interesting, they had a full band the last two times I saw them in Austin. I don't think they'd do these albums dirty like that though.
Seattle’s not much better, friend. It seems like they’re deliberately trying to play as small as possible on this tour.
Possible 15 year anniversary for 40 Hour Train Back To Penn (2003).
Which would have been 2018.
It's technically a 20 year for "It's Go Time", but I don't think they play anything from that anymore.
But they had a new record to push this year. Would've been odd to set that aside for an anniversary tour seeing how they only booked one North American tour this year.
OK. Sure. But you said it's a 15-year tour. When it's not 15 years later, it's not a 15-year tour.
It's not anything besides a "come see us play the songs you actually care about" tour.
Fine with me lol
Bands have bills to pay, and these songs still mean a lot to me. The thought of seeing them all played makes me really happy, and I'm more than willing to pay to see it.
If they were doing 'This Time Next Year' I'd be in
I hope they do an encore with a few songs from the new record, I really love that thing.
I think they'll do a few TTNY songs and probably Mercy Is Asleep At The Wheel
That would make sense. The album and ep are only, what, 17 songs total? Not a small amount, but probably enough to do a small encore.
Yeah I just went to put them together on a playlist to see total length and found out Gambling Problem isn't on Spotify anymore :(
I think they at least played "Once In A Row" on the tour with The Early November last year and have been playing "I Hope You Die Soon" forever.
Tell me about it. Tickets for Toronto cost $26 before fees
I'll pay it but I don't think they're going to sell many at that price
Any other Portlanders know what's going on? I swear to god if we get fucked on another amazing show...
Edit: Never mind, tix are up on eTix!