“If I could find you now, things would turn around” Yellow Card fans, you can find the band reuniting for their first concert tour in over six years. It does so while supporting his 20th anniversary of the band’s breakout album. Ocean Avenue.
The quartet of Ryan Key, Sean McKinn, Ryan Mendes, and Josh Portman first met last fall for a lead role at Chicago’s Riot Fest. From there, they felt they had some unfinished business.In 2023, the band will celebrate its 20th anniversary. Ocean Avenue.
“Announcing the Yellowcard Tour never occurred to us that we would do it again, let alone touring with a band of this level made up of such great people and good friends,” said Key. increase. “To be given the opportunity to play music together again is a true gift that we did not take for granted. We’re going to make it very special.”
Ocean Avenue It was Yellowcard’s fourth studio album, but it had its big break thanks to the title track and the singles ‘Way Away’, ‘Only One’ and ‘Believe’. The album has been certified double platinum in the United States.
The tour begins July 5th in Baltimore, Maryland and continues through August 8th in Denver. If you join their escape, it will be a wide variety of support acts. Mayday Parade, Story of the Year, Amberlyn, The Wild Life, and Emo Nights Brooklyn all warm up the audience on specific dates. Check out the tour list at the bottom of this post for the full itinerary and who’s playing Yellow Card on which night.
Tickets and VIP packages will be available this Wednesday (February 15th) at 10am local time via Yellow Card pre-sale. There will also be an additional pre-sale at 10am local time in preparation for general availability on Friday (17th February). For ticket details, visit Ticketmaster.
yellow card Ocean Avenue 20th Anniversary 2023 US Tour Dates
July 5 – Baltimore, Maryland @ Pier Six Pavilion ^*
July 6 – Asbury Park, NJ @ Stone Pony Summer Stage*
July 8 – New York, NY @ The Rooftop at Pier 17 *
July 9 – MGM Music Hall, Boston, MA @ Fenway ^*
July 11 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania @ Man the Skyline Stage *+
July 12 – Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio @ Blossom Music Center ^*
July 13 – Michigan Lottery Amphitheater in Detroit, Michigan @ Freedom Hill ^*+
July 15 – Minneapolis, Minnesota @ The Armory ^*
July 16 – Huntington Bank Pavilion, Chicago, IL @ Northerly Island ^*+
July 18 – Charlotte, NC @ Skyla Credit Union Amphitheater ^*
July 20 – Cadence Bank Amphitheater in Atlanta, GA @ Chastain Park ^*
July 22 – Jacksonville, Florida @ Daily’s Place ^*+
July 23 – Tampa, Florida @ Yuengling Center ^*+
July 25 – Houston, TX @ 713 Music Hall ^*
July 27 – Irving, TX @ Toyota Music Factory Pavilion ^#
July 29 – Phoenix, Arizona @ Arizona Financial Theater ^#+
July 30 – Los Angeles, CA @YouTube Theater ^#+
August 1 – San Diego, CA @Petco Park – Gallagher Square ^#
August 2 – San Francisco, CA @ Bill Graham Civic Auditorium ^#+
August 4 – Seattle, WA @ WAMU Theater ^#
August 6 – Salt Lake City, Utah @ USANA Amphitheater #+
August 8 – Denver, Colorado @ Levitt Pavilion Denver #+
^ represents the date with the May Day parade
* indicates a date with a Story of the Year
# means date with Anberlin
+ means a date with Emo Night Brooklyn DJ set
All dates with This Wild Life
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