Summer 2019 Tours/ Festivals To Look Out For

Itching for an awesome concert to attend this summer? Here are some top tours and festivals to attend this summer:

Sleep On It and Like Pacific announced a summer co-headline tour across the United States. Accompanying the two on tour are In Her Own Words, Homesafe, and Never Loved. A lot of these bands are up and coming (some have made my list of 19 Bands To Check Out In 2019.) Tickets are available now on sleeponitband.com/tickets.

William Ryan Key announced select US dates for a summer tour. Accompanying William Ryan Key on tour is Will Pugh of Cartel. William Ryan Key is playing both his EPs in full along with a variety of Yellowcard favorites. For tickets and more information visit williamryankey.com/shows.

A Day To Remember announced the “Raisin’ Hell In The Heartlands’ Tour. The tour is in the month of June and travels across the United States. Supporting A Day To Remember on tour are Knocked Loose and Boston Manor. Most of the dates are selling out, to get tickets visit ADTR.com.

Young The Giant is touring with Fitz And The Tantrums across the United States in June and July. Special guests include COIN and Alice Merton. Tickets and more information for the North American Tour 2019 can be found here.

The Band CAMINO announced a North American Tour 2019. The tour begins in Birmingham, AL and wraps up in Carrboro, NC. Supporting The Band CAMINO on the tour is Valey. For tickets and more information click here.

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“When We All Fall Asleep World Tour” tour headline by Billie Eilish. Billie Eilish is touring in support of her album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? Supporting Billie Eilish on tour is Denzel Curry. For tickets and more information visit billieeilish.com.

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see you soon I love you ‪5/29 – san francisco, ca – bill graham civic auditorium‬ ‪5/31 – portland, or – theater of the clouds‬ ‪6/1 – vancouver, bc – pne forum‬ ‪6/2 – redmond, wa – marymoor park‬ ‪6/4 – salt lake city, ut – the complex‬ ‪6/5 – morrison, co – red rocks amphitheatre‬ ‪6/7 – kansas city, mo – arvest bank theatre‬ ‪6/8 – minneapolis, mn – the armory‬ ‪6/9 – chicago, il – aragon ballroom‬ ‪6/11 – toronto, on – rbc echo beach‬ ‪6/12 – laval, qc – place bell‬ ‪6/14 – boston, ma – rockland trust bank pavilion‬ ‪6/15 – philadelphia, pa – the met philadelphia‬ ‪6/19 – new york, ny – radio city music hall‬ ‪6/20 – washington, dc – the anthem‬ ‪6/21 – nashvillie, tn – ascend ampitheatre‬ ‪6/23 – atlanta, ga – coca-cola roxy‬ ‪7/11 – los angeles, ca – the greek theatre‬ ‪7/13 – san diego, ca – calcoast credit union open air theatre‬

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“From The Screen To Your Stereo To Your Town” tour headline by New Found Glory. The tour travels across the United States from the end of May to early July. New Found Glory will be playing songs from their upcoming EP Movie Cover. Accompanying New Found Glory are Real Friends, The Early November, and Doll Skin. For tickets and tour information click here.

“The Mother Nature Tour” hosted by The Dangerous Summer will honor the group’s upcoming album Mother Nature expected to release June 14 via. Hopeless Records. Accompanying The Dangerous Summer on tour are Have Mercy and Modern Chemistry. For tickets and more information visit thedangeroussummer.us.

Sad Summer Festival is touring across North America. The lineup includes: Mayday Parade, The Maine, The Wonder Years, State Champs, Mom Jeans, Just Friends, Stand Atlantic, with special guests appearing at select dates. This is the first year the Sad Summer Festival is taking place. For tickets and more information visit sadsummerfest.com.

Vans Warped Tour at select dates in the United States. The tour travels to Cleveland, OH, Atlantic City, NJ, and Mountain View, CA. Each date has different bands playing the festival. This year is the 25th anniversary of Vans Warped Tour. For tickets and more information visit vanswarpedtour.com.

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria

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Spring Tours To Attend In 2019

Here are a list of tours to attend in Spring 2019!

  • “USA 2019” tour headlined by Movements with guests Boston Manor, Trash Boat, and Drug Church. The tour begins on Apr. 17 and continues until May 19. For tickets and more information click here.

  • “Petaluma Tour” hosted by This Wild Life. Accompanying This Wild Life on the Petaluma tour are Sleep On It and Crooked Teeth. The tour travels across the United States throughout the month of April. For tickets and tour dates click here.

  • “Berkeley’s On Fire North American Tour” hosted by SWMRS. Accompanying SWMRS on tour are The Regrettes and Beach Goons. For tickets and tour information click here.

  • “BACK ON TOUR & YOU ARE OK” tour hosted by The Maine in honor of the upcoming album YOU ARE OK set to release March 29 via 8123. Accompanying The Maine on tour is Grayscale. For tickets and more information click here.
  • “From The Screen To Your Stereo To Your Town” tour headline by New Found Glory. The tour travels across the United States from the end of May to early July. New Found Glory will be playing songs from their upcoming EP Movie Cover. Accompanying New Found Glory are Real Friends, The Early November, and Doll Skin. For tickets and tour information click here.
  • Knocked Loose announced a US tour via Twitter. Accompanying Knocked Loose are: The Acacia Strain, Harms Way, Sanction, and Higher Power. The tour kicks off in April. For tickets and tour dates click here.
  • Hot Mulligan announced a spring tour with Belmont, Kayak Jones, Fredo Disco and Future Teens. The tour begins at the end of April and continues until the beginning of June across the United States. For tickets and more information click here.
  • Shinedown announced the “Attn Attn World Tour” in May of 2019. For tickets and more information click here.
  • Marianas Trench announced the “Suspending Gravity Tour” across the United States. For tickets and tour information click here.
  • Billie Eilish announced a North American summer tour. For tickets and more information click here.
  • MewithoutYou announced a co-headline tour with Cursive. The tour travels across the United States starting in May. For tickets and more information click here.
  • We Came As Romans and Crown The Empire have announced a co-headline tour across the United States. For tickets and tour dates, click here.

Additional festivals include: The Governors Ball Music Festival, Bonnaroo Festival, Back To The Beach Festival, and more.

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria

*For tours that are going on now check out Winter Tours To Attend In 2019.

New Found Glory Announces US Tour!

New Found Glory announced “From The Screen To Your Stereo To Your Town” tour. The tour travels across the United States from the end of May to early July. New Found Glory will be playing songs from their upcoming EP Movie Cover.

Accompanying New Found Glory on tour are Real Friends, The Early November, and Doll Skin. Here are the tour dates:

5/30- Music Farm in Charleston, SC

5/31- The Masquerade in Atlanta, GA

6/2- Libert Hall at The Factory in Franklin, TN

6/4- The Underground (NC) in Charolette, NC

6/5- The NorVa in Norfolk, VA

6/6- Baltimore Soundstage in Baltimore, MD

6/7- Franklin Music Hall in Philadelphia, PA

6/8- Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, NJ

6/9-  House Of Blues (Boston) in Boston, MA

6/11- Playstation Theater in New York, NY

6/12- Town Ballroom in Buffalo, NY

6/14- House of Blues (Cleveland) in Cleveland, OH

6/15- Newport Music Hall (OH) in Columbus, OH

6/16- St. Andrew’s Hall in Detroit, MI

6/18- Egyptian Room in Indianapolis, IN

6/19- Delmar Hall in St. Louis, MO

6/21- Varsity Theater (MN) in Minneapolis, MN

6/22- The Rave in Milwaukee, WI

6/23- Concord Music Hall (IL) in Chicago, IL

6/25- Granada Theatre in Lawrence, KS

6/26- Ogden Theatre in Denver, CO

6/27- The Union Event Center in Salt Lake City, UT

6/29- The UC Theatre in Berkeley, CA

6/30- House of Blues (Anaheim) in Anaheim, CA

7/2- Belasco Theater in Los Angeles, CA

7/3- House of Blues (San Diego) in San Diego, CA

7/5- House of Blues (Las Vegas) in Las Vegas, NV

7/6- The Van Buren in Phoenix, AZ

7/8- Gas Monkey (TX) in Dallas, TX

7/9- Emo’s in Austin, TX

7/10- House of Blues (Houston) in Houston, TX

7/11- House of Blues (New Orleans) in New Orleans, LA

7/13- House of Blues (Orlando) in Lake Buena Vista, FL

7/14- Revolution (FL) in Ft. Lauderdale, FL

To purchase tickets click here.

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria

A-Z Songs Of 2018

This year has been filled with A LOT of new music. Here’s a list of songs that released this year!

A- “All The Same (Once A Liar, Always A Liar)” by Story Untold

“All The Same (Once A Liar, Always A Liar)” is featured on the album Waves release Feb. 2, 2018 under Hopeless Records.

B- “Bad To The Bone” by WSTR

“Bad To The Bone” was the first single released in the album Identity Crisis released August 31, 2018 via. Hopeless Records.

C- “Crystal Ball” by State Champs

“Crystal Ball” is one of 13 songs on State Champs’ album Living Proof released June 15, 2018 via. Pure Noise Records.

D- “Disconnected” by Sleep On It

“Disconnected” is a single released by Sleep On It on October 9, 2018. Sleep On It is working on a new album that I anticipate will release in 2019. Sleep On It is under Equal Vision Records.

E- “England’s Dreaming” by Boston Manor.

“England’s Dreaming” is is one of the singles released by Boston Manor. The single is featured on the group’s album Welcome To The Neighbourhood released Sept. 7, 2018 via. Pure Noise Records.

F- “Friday Forever” by Trophy Eyes

“Friday Forever” is on Trophy Eyes’ album The American Dream released August 3, 2018 via. Hopeless Records.

G- “Gold Jacket, Green Jacket” by Senses Fail.

“Gold Jacket, Green Jacket” is featured on the If There Is Light, It Will Find You released February 16 via. Pure Noise Records.

H- “Hold You Here” by This Wild Life.

“Hold You Here” is on This Wild Life’s album Petaluma released June 22, 2018 via. Epitaph Records.

I- “It’s Hard To Be Religious When Certain People Are Never Incinerate By Bolts Of Lightning” by Mayday Parade

“It’s Hard To Be Religious When Certain People Are Never Incinerated By Bolts Of Lightning” is on Mayday Parade’s sixth album Sunnyland released June 15, 2018 via. Rise Records.

J- “Just Outside” by Moose Blood

“Just Outside” is on Moose Blood’s album I Don’t Think I Can Do This Anymore released under Hopeless Records on March 9, 2018.

K- “Know Me” by

“Know Me” released in October of 2018 by The Band Camino. There is no word yet as to if this single will be on an upcoming album, but fans are speculating that a new album is set to release in 2019 since the group is touring across the U.S.

L- “Let It Go” by The Story So Far

“Let It Go” is on The Story So Far’s latest album Proper Dose released Sept. 21, 2018 via. Pure Noise Records.

M- “Miracle” by CHVRCHES

“Miracle” is on CHVRCHES album Never Say Die released May 25, 2018.

N- “NY to LA” by The Hunna

“NY to LA” is on The Hunna’s album Dare released July 13, 2018 via. High Time Records.

O- “One of the Drunks” by Panic! At The Disco

“One Of The Drunks” is on Panic! At The Disco’s latest album Pray For The Wicked released June 22, 2018 via. Fueled by Ramen.

P- “Paper Rain” by Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness

“Paper Rain” is on Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness’ latest album Upside Down Flowers released November 16 via. Fantasy Records.

Q- “Quarter Past Midnight” by Bastille

“Quarter Past Midnight” is a single released by Bastille in May of 2018.

R- “Raining in Kyoto” by The Wonder Years

“Raining In Kyoto” is on The Wonder Years’ latest album Sister Cities released April 6 via. Hopeless Records.

S- “Shade” by Trash Boat

“Shade” is on Trash Boat’s album Crown Shyness released July 20, 2018 via. Hopeless Records.

T- “TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME” by The 1975.

“TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME” is on The 1975’s latest album A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships released November 30.

U- “Unconditional Love” by Real Friends

“Unconditional Love” is on Real Friends’ latest album Composure released July 13, 2018 via. Fearless Records.

V- “Valium” by The Dangerous Summer

“Valium” is on The Dangerous Summer released January 26, 2018 via. Hopeless Records.

W- “The Wounded World” by As It Is.

Though this track has the word “the” before the title, this was the first single released by As It Is when announcing a new album was set to release. “The Wounded World” was on the group’s third full length album The Great Depression released Aug. 10, 2018 via. Fearless Records.

X-  *NOTE- There is no song that I found that began with the letter “x” this year! Fingers crossed a song will release next year with that letter!

Y- “You + I” by Young The Giant

“You + I” is on Young The Giant’s latest album Mirror Master released October 12, 2018.

Z- “Zero” by Imagine Dragons.

“Zero” is feature on the album Origins released Nov. 9 via KIDinaKORNER/ Interscope Records. The song is featured in “Ralph Breaks The Internet.”

There are a lot of albums that came out this year that didn’t make it to this A-Z list, so make sure to give albums posted on this blog a listen.

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria

Winter Tours To Attend In 2019

There are a lot of tours happening in the coming months. Here’s a list of tours to check out:

“Pray For The Wicked Tour” hosted by Panic! At The Disco. Accompanying Panic! At The Disco on tour is Two Feet and Betty Who. Tickets and tour information can be found here.

“The Great Depression Tour Part II: N. America” headlined by As It Is. Accompanying As It Is is Point North, Sharptooth. Tickets and tour information can be found here.

“Living Proof Tour North America” headlined by State Champs and features Our Last Night, Grayscale, and The Dangerous Summer. The tour travels across North America in March. Tickets and tour information can be found on statechampsny.com.

8123 Fest hosted by The Maine. This is the second year The Maine is hosting their own festival. The bands playing with The Maine include: Mayday Parade, Real Friends, We The Kings, The Technicolors, This Century, Teenage Wrist, and more. For tickets to the 8123 Fest held Jan. 19, 2019 visit www.themaineband.com.

The “Back Again” tour headline by You Me At Six. The tour travels across North America in 2019. There is no word on who will be opening for You Me At Six for the “Back Again” tour.

Additional tours include:

  • “The Love Of The Game Tour” headlined by The Band Camino. The tour travels across the United States in January until March. There is no word yet as to who is opening for The Band Camino on the tour. For tickets and tour information click here.
  • “Paradise Of Thought” tour headline by COIN. For tickets and tour information click here.
  • This Wild Life and William Ryan Key have announced a co-headline tour across the UK in early January. More information up on thiswildlifeband.com.
  • “The Virtue Tour” headline by William Ryan Key. The tour travels across the United States in February and March of 2019 with Selfish Things and Cory Wells. Tickets and more information can be found here.
  • “Misery Will Find You” tour by Amity Affliction and Senses Fail. Accompanying the two bands on tour include Silent Planet and Belmont. For tickets and more information click here.
  • “First Love Tour” headlined by Bring Me The Horizon. Accompanying Bring Me The Horizon on tour is Thrice and Fever 333. For tickets and tour information click here.
  • The Story So Far announced the group is returning to Australia on a tour with Basement. For tickets and tour information click here.
  • Makeout announced “The 20/20 Winter Tour 2019” accompanied by Story Untold, Hand Guns, and Oh, Weatherly. There are select dates around the East Coast of the United States. For tickets and tour information click here.

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria