Taking Back Sunday has announced the second leg of their U.S. tour, kicking off September 13 in Kansas City, MO and including stops in Atlanta, Nashville, Cleveland, Detroit, Toronto, Boston, Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia, among others, before wrapping up with two nights at New York’s Terminal 5 (November 15–16).
The first leg of the North American tour begins with two nights in Houston (March 25–26), and by the end of this year the 20th anniversary tour – described by Brooklyn Vegan (12/18) as “a night of nostalgia and fun…a history lesson as much as it was an authentic performance…a blessing for a nostalgic fanbase” – will have visited Australia, Asia, Latin America, the U.S., Canada, the U.K., Ireland, Spain, Netherlands and Germany. A full list of dates is available below for both legs of the North American tour.
At all shows, Taking Back Sunday – vocalist Adam Lazzara, guitarist John Nolan, drummer Mark O'Connell and bassist Shaun Cooper – will be performing their debut album Tell All Your Friends in its entirety. For tour stops where the band are performing over two nights, each nightly set will offer a double-album play – using a specially designed coin, Taking Back Sunday will flip to play either their Where You Want To Be or Louder Now, in addition to Tell All Your Friends. In headline cities where they are playing only one night, they’ll perform Tell All Your Friends, plus a selection of fan favorites from their extensive catalog.
Second leg of North America tour (announced today, on-sale details below):
September 13: Kansas City Live!, Kansas City, MO
September 19: Waterside District, Norfolk, VA
September 20: Power Plant Live!, Baltimore, MD
September 21: Ballpark Village, St Louis, MO
October 3 & 4: Fillmore, Charlotte, NC
October 5 & 6: The Masquerade, Atlanta, GA
October 8 & 9: House Of Blues, Orlando, FL
October 11 & 12: Revolution Live, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
October 16 & 17: Marathon Music Works, Nashville, TN
October 18 & 19: Bogart’s, Cincinnati, OH
October 24 & 25: St. Andrew’s Hall, Detroit, MI
October 26 & 27: Danforth Music Hall, Toronto, ON
Oct. 31 & Nov. 1: Buffalo RiverWorks, Buffalo, NY
November 2 & 3: Upstate Concert Hall, Clifton Park, NY
November 5 & 6: Webster Theater, Hartford, CT
November 8 & 9: House Of Blues, Boston, MA
November 10 & 11: Fillmore Silver Spring, Washington, D.C.
November 13 & 14: Franklin Music Hall, Philadelphia, PA
November 15 & 16: Terminal 5, New York, NY