Taking Back Sunday Announce Spring 2015 Tour

Riding the positivity surrounding their set of two Holiday shows at Sayreville, NJ's Starland Ballroom this December, Taking Back Sunday have released tour dates for a full 2015 tour.

Joined by the Menzingers (who will also be supporting TBS on one of the two Holiday shows), the 32 city tour kicks off February 18th at New Orleans' Civic Theatre before a Texas swing that includes the legendary Emo's in Austin. A pacific trek follows along the coast of California before the tour's visit to the mid-west highlighted by Chicago's Riviera Theatre. The tour then spends a considerable amount of time in the Northeast, including 4 New York shows with special emphasis on the home town performance March 24th on Long Island. A small southern stretch concludes the tour with a triple shot of Florida life including Tampa, Lake Buena Vista, and the finale April 4th at Fort Lauderdale's Revolution Live.


Los Angeles based post-hardcore outfit letlive will take the opening slot on tour, playing to a hometown audience February 27th at the Hollywood Palladium.

Along with 15 years of alt/emo anthems, Taking Back Sunday will be debuting material for their forthcoming sixth studio album “Happiness Is” and feature the “classic lineup” including guitarist/vocalist John Nolan.

VIP Presale begins November 11th at 3pm with general public on sale for all dates beginning Friday November 14th at 10:00am EST. See below for a full list of dates and venues.

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Taking Back Sunday 2015 tour dates:
Feb 18: New Orleans, La. — Civic Theatre
Feb 19: Houston, Texas — House of Blues
Feb 20: Austin, Texas — Emo’s
Feb 21: Dallas, Texas — South Side Ballroom
Feb 22: El Paso, Texas — Tricky Falls
Feb 24: Las Vegas, Nev. — House of Blues
Feb 25: Riverside, Calif. — Riverside Municipal Auditorium
Feb 26: San Diego, Calif. — House of Blues
Feb 27: Los Angeles, Calif. — Hollywood Palladium
Feb 28: Santa Ana, Calif. — The Observatory
Mar 1: San Francisco, Calif. — The Warfield Theatre
Mar 3: Salt Lake City, Utah — The Complex
Mar 4: Denver, Colo. — Summit Music Hall
Mar 6: Chicago, Ill. — Riviera Theatre
Mar 8: Milwaukee, Wisc. — The Rave
Mar 10: Cleveland, Ohio — House of Blues
Mar 11: Detroit, Mich. — The Fillmore
Mar 13: Toronto — Danforth Music Hall
Mar 14: Montreal — Metropolis
Mar 15: Albany, N.Y. — Upstate Concert Hall
Mar 16: Buffalo, N.Y. — Town Ballroom
Mar 18: New York, N.Y. — Best Buy Theater
Mar 21: Philadelphia, Penn. — Electric Factory
Mar 24: Huntington, N.Y. — The Paramount
Mar 26: Boston, Mass. — House of Blues
Mar 27: Worcester, Mass. — The Palladium
Mar 28: Baltimore, Md. — Rams Head Live
Mar 29: Washington, D.C. — 9:30 Club
Apr 1: Atlanta, Ga. — Buckhead Theatre
Apr 2: Tampa, Fla. — The Ritz Ybor
Apr 3: Lake Buena Vista, Fla. — House of Blues
Apr 4: Fort Lauderdale, Fla. — Revolution Live

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