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Get ready to hit the pit to the sweet tones of some electric violin: Yellowcard are returning to the road to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their 2003 album, Ocean Avenue.
The pop-punk stalwarts will kick off their tour on July 5 at the Pier Six Pavilion in Baltimore, and the run will wrap on Aug. 8 at the Levitt Pavilion in Denver. This Wild Life will provide support throughout the trek, while Yellowcard have also tapped some of their peak-Warped Tour era peers for other dates: Mayday Parade, Story of the Year, and Anberlin. Emo Night Brooklyn will also open several shows with a DJ set.
Yellowcard’s summer trek will be their first in six years, following their break-up in 2017 after finishing a tour in support of their 2016 self-titled album. Last year, however, the band reunited at Riot Fest in Chicago, where they played Ocean Avenue in its entirety, along with a handful of other songs. (In the intervening years, the only thing the band really got up to was suing Juice WRLD for copyright infringement, though they eventually dropped the suit after the rapper’s death.) Along with their summer tour, they also have sets scheduled at the Slam Dunk Festival and When We Were Young.
“Announcing a Yellowcard tour is something I never thought we would get to do again,” frontman Ryan Key said in a statement. “Much less, a tour with bands of this caliber made up of such amazing people and good friends. Being given the opportunity to play music together again is truly a gift that we are not taking for granted. We are going to make these shows extremely special for all of the fans who we have missed so much these last six years.” – RollingStone.com
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