BAD RELIGION Announces Summer 2019 North American Tour

BAD RELIGION Announces Summer 2019 North American Tour

Acclaimed Los Angeles punk rock band BAD RELIGION has announced a North American headlining tour in support of its latest album, "Age Of Unreason". One leg of the trek will also feature THE LAWRENCE ARMS, while another will include DAVE HAUSE + THE MERMAID. Also announced were two New York City shows with reunited Boston punks THE EXPLOSION, two New Jersey appearances and festival performances at the California Warped Tour, NOFX's Ohio fest Camp Anarchy, NOFX's Punk In Drublic shows, Las Vegas's Psycho Las Vegas and Sacramento's Aftershock.

Tour dates:

Jun. 02 - Camp Anarchy - Thornville, OH
Jun. 29 - Atlantic City, NJ - Warped Festival
Jul. 01 - Madison, WI - The Sylvee
Jul. 02 - Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue
Jul. 04 - Winnipeg, MB - Burton Cummings Theatre
Jul. 05 - Saskatoon, SK - O’Brians Event Center
Jul. 06 - Edmonton, AB - Punk In Drublic
Jul. 09 - Denver, CO - Ogden Theatre
Jul. 10 - Salt Lake City, UT - The Union
Jul. 13 - Vancouver, BC - Punk In Drublic
Jul. 14 - Seattle, WA - Showbox SoDo
Jul. 16 - Spokane, WA - Knitting Factory
Jul. 17 - Boise, ID - Knitting Factory
Jul. 19 - Ventura, CA - Majestic Ventura Theatre
Jul. 20 - Mountain View, CA - Warped Festival
Jul. 25 - Toronto, ON - Phoenix Concert Hall
Jul. 26 - Montreal, QC - Montreal ’77
Jul. 27 - East Providence, RI - Bold Point Park
Jul. 30 - Portland, ME - Aura
Jul. 31 - Boston, MA - House of Blues
Aug. 02 - New York, NY - Webster Hall
Aug. 03 - New York, NY - Brooklyn Steel
Aug. 04 - Pittsburgh, PA - Roxian
Aug. 06 - Rochester, NY - Anthology
Aug. 07 - Royal Oak, MI - Royal Oak Music Hall
Aug. 09 - Chicago, IL - Riviera Theatre
Aug. 10 - Cleveland, OH - Agora Ballroom
Aug. 11 - Silver Spring, MD - Fillmore Silver Spring
Aug. 13 - Raleigh, NC - The Ritz
Aug. 14 - Atlanta, GA - The Masquerade
Aug. 16 - Las Vegas, NV - Mandalay Bay Psycho Festival
Sep. 21-22 - Asbury Park, NJ - Sea.Hear.Now
Oct. 12 - Sacramento, CA - Aftershock

"Age Of Unreason" was released on May 3 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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