BAD RELIGION Announces Fall 2019 U.S. Tour

BAD RELIGION Announces Fall 2019 U.S. Tour

Punk rock legends BAD RELIGION will embark on a U.S. headlining tour in September. The trek will kick off on September 17 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and wrap on October 8-9 with a two-night stand in Santa Ana, California.

Tour dates:

Sep. 17 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution
Sep. 18 - St. Petersburg, FL @ Jannus Live!
Sep. 19 - Orlando, FL @ House of Blues
Sep. 21 - Asbury Park, NJ @ Sea. Here. Now.
Sep. 23 - Cincinnati, OH @ Bogarts
Sep. 24 - Philadelphia, PA @ The Fillmore
Sep. 26 - Nashville, TN @ Cannery Ballroom
Sep. 27 - Birmingham, AL @ Iron City
Sep. 28 - New Orleans, LA @ House of Blues
Sep. 30 - Dallas, TX @ House of Blues
Oct. 01 - Houston, TX @ House of Blues
Oct. 02 - Austin, TX @ Emo’s
Oct. 04 - Albuquerque, NM @ El Rey Theatre
Oct. 05 - Phoenix, AZ @ Van Buren
Oct. 06 - San Diego, CA @ SOMA
Oct. 8-9 - Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory
Oct. 12 - Sacramento, CA @ Aftershock

Tickets go on sale on Friday, July 19 at 10 a.m. local time.

BAD RELIGION is touring in support of its latest album, "Age Of Unreason", which was released in May via Epitaph Records.

Since BAD RELIGION's formative years they have steadfastly advocated for humanism, reason, and individualism. Now, when these values are in decline and nationalism and bigotry are on the rise, the group's message has never been more essential. "Age Of Unreason" delivers a powerful and inspired response — a political and deeply personal treatise on all they believe in.

The songs on "Age Of Unreason" are both furious and meticulously crafted. There are references to contemporary events; racist rallies, Trump's election, the erosion of the middle class, Colin Kaepernick's protest, alternative facts, conspiracy theories, and there are homages to the literary and philosophical works that have long inspired the band.

"Age Of Unreason" is BAD RELIGION's 17th studio album and was co-produced by Carlos de la Garza.

This record is both a dire warning and testament to resilience. The overall message being — seek truth about the world and oneself.


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