03/21/2016 - 4,986 views
Sick Of It All Announce 30th Anniversary U.S. Tour
New York based hardcore outfit SICK OF IT ALL are proud to announce a series of headlining dates in the U.S. celebrating 30 years together as a band. The group will play eight shows throughout the West Coast to start off April, followed by a few dates on the East Coast in early July.
They will be joined by Bl'ast and Old Firm Casuals on the West Coast trek, and Street Dogs, King Ly Chee, and Manipulate for the East Coast shows. Speaking on these unique performances, the band comments, "We're very fortunate to have such a long career playing our brand of aggressive music. It's exciting to celebrate this milestone with our audience in the U.S. and around the globe, and as much as we like to share our music from our early days, we know it's imperative to continue moving forward on our own path. See you out there!” SICK OF IT ALL - 30th Anniversary U.S. Tour West Coast: 4/01 San Diego, CA @ The Soda Bar (*) 4/02 Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction (*) 4/03 Los Angeles, CA @ The Roxy (*) 4/04 Santa Cruz, CA @ The Atrium (**) 4/06 Fresno, CA @ Strummers (*) 4/08 Orangevale, CA @ Boardwalk (**) 4/09 Reno, NV @ Jub Jubs (**) 4/10 San Francisco, CA @ DNA Lounge (**) With: (*) With Bl’ast & (**) With Old Firm Casuals Canada: 5/28 Toronto, CA @ The Opera House (44 Fest) East Coast: 7/06 Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club 7/07 Philly, PA @ Union Transfer 7/08 Washington DC @ Black Cat (#) 7/09 New York, NY @ Webster Hall (^) With: Street Dogs, King Ly Chee &Manipulate (#) Without Manipulate (^) Also with Murphy’s Law
New band ACTiVATE (Members of Punishment, Reign Supreme, SubHoodz) from Philly is playing the show at Union Transfer.
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