Ah, nothing like the smell of a brand new spanking year! There is so much to look forward to this year: new music from your favorite bands, new artists you have yet to discover, and best of all, there are so many anticipated tours to mark your calendars with. If one of your New Year’s resolutions was to see more live music, then you are in luck because we have rounded up some of our favorite tour announcements that you have to go see. Check them out below!


Tiny Moving Parts, Mom Jeans., Oso Oso — Kicking off the year, Tiny Moving Parts is hitting the road this month with none other than California cool kids Mom Jeans and the fantastic Oso Oso in support of their new album Swell. Tickets available here.

Neck Deep, Seaway, Speak Low If You Speak Love, Creeper, Gardenside  — Oh boy, are we excited about this stacked tour bill! Neck Deep’s album The Peace and The Panic was a staff favorite last year – read the review here. We are also so ecstatic to hear Seaway’s infectious “summer is forever-esque” album Vacation live as well as Ryan Scott Graham, of State Champs fame, new tunes under his moniker Speak Low If You Speak Love. This is truly one tour not to miss! Tickets available here.

Silverstein, Tonight Alive, Broadside, Picturesque — Silverstein and Tonight Alive are co-headlining the massive “The Get Free Tour” along with Broadside and Picturesque. Silverstein will be playing new tunes from their eighth studio album Dead Reflection, released last year, and Tonight Alive will be sharing new music from their upcoming album Underworld, due out Jan. 12. Tickets available here.

Knuckle Puck, Boston Manor, Free Throw, Hot Mulligan, Jetty Bones — Knuckle Puck is hitting the road this spring to support the release of their latest album Shapeshifter, released last October, along with an amazing set of bands. Make sure to arrive early to watch newcomers Hot Mulligan and Jetty Bones because both artists are definitely ones to watch. Tickets available here.

 

Sorority Noise, Remo Drive, Foxx Bodies, Jelani Sei — Sorority Noise back on the road again! The Philly band are doing another headlining tour in support of their emotionally visceral LP You’re Not As _____ As You Think – read our review of it here. They are bringing along previous tourmates the amazing Remo Drive and Foxx Bodies and Jelani Sei on select dates. This is one band that is unbelievably amazing to see live! Tickets available here.

Senses Fail, Reggie And The Full Effect, Have Mercy, Household — If you haven’t heard, Senses Fail is releasing a new album, If There Is Light, It Will Find You, on Feb. 16 and in support of said new album comes along a new tour. The band is being accompanied on the month-long tour with none other than Reggie And The Full Effect, Have Mercy and Household. Tickets available here.

Movements, Can’t Swim, Gleemer, Super Whatevr — Movements had hands down of the best album releases last year with their first full-length LP Feel Something. Now the band is heading out on their first headlining tour! Movements are going to be joined by a class of awesome bands including Can’t Swim, Gleemer and Super Whatevr. Tickets available here.

Jimmy Eat World, The Struts, Alex Napping, The Hotelier, Microwave — Jimmy Eat World is kicking off summer with a bang! The “Integrity Blues” 2018 tour is making its way across the U.S. and they are bringing some incredible acts along with them. Each leg of the tour has a different supporting band, but if we could, we would go on all the dates – it is just that good. Tickets available here.

Vans Warped Tour ’18 – The final trek of Van’s Warped Tour, the last remaining traveling festival, is coming to an end after 24 years on the road. The final line-up is yet to be announced, but you bet it is going to be stacked. Make sure to stay tuned here!

 

We can’t wait to see what other tours get announced throughout the year! Who do you want to see tour this year?

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