This weeks top concert tickets include some farewell shows, reunion shows, and anniversary shows. Anberlin is still on their final tour while Death From Above 1979 is on their reunion tour. Emo bands Saves the Day and Say Anything are on anniversary tours celebrating the released of their respective sophomore records. Rounding out our list is a show from synth rock band The Birthday Massacre who put out a new album this month.
11/21 - Fitz and the Tantrums at First Avenue - Limited Tickets Available
Fitz and the Tantrums, the neo soul band out of Los Angeles are going to Minneapolis to play first Avenue on the 21st. The six member band previously released their second album More Than Just a Dream last year led by lead single “Out of My League”. Fitz and the Tantrums are touring with opening act, electronic musician Big Data and will head to Chicago. Illinois at the Riviera Theatre on the 22nd.
11/22 - Anberlin at Center Stage Theatre - Limited Tickets Available
Anberlin are still at it on their farewell tour this time stopping at Center Stage in Atlanta, Georgia this week on the 22nd. The band that released their final album Lowborn this year will play songs both new and old. Anberlin is supported by the band ‘68 for this show and their show this week on the 21st at the Fillmore in Charlotte, North Carolina. ‘68 led by Josh Scogin, formerly of The Chariot also released an album this year called In Humor and Sadness.
11/22 - Say Anything and Saves the Day at the Masquerade - Limited Tickets Available
Two seminal emo bands of the last decade are playing a show this week on the 22nd at the Masquerade in Atlanta, Georgia. Say Anything will be playing in full their album ...Is a Real Boy to celebrate its 10th anniversary while Saves the Day will be celebrating their 15th anniversary of their record Through Being Cool. While also playing select hits, the tour also stops in Lake Buena Vista, Florida at the House of Blues on the 21st. Openers Reggie and the Full Effect are playing their record Under the Tray.
11/19 - The Birthday Massacre at the Orpheum Tampa - Limited Tickets Available
Synth rock band The Birthday Massacre are playing the Orpheum in Tampa, Florida on the 19th. The Canadian band released their sixth full length album Superstition this month and a video for their single “Beyond”. The tour will also stop in Houston on the 21st at the Warehouse Live and in San Antonio on the 22nd at the The Korova. The tour features supporting act post-hardcore band New Years Day.
11/19 - Death From Above 1979 at Neumos - Limited Tickets Available
Punk duo Death From Above 1979 will play the Neumos Crystal Ball Reading Room in Seattle, Washington. The Toronto Natives released their much anticipated second album The Physical World this year, ten years after their debut album. The band went on Hiatus in 2006 but reunited 5 years later and are now touring in support of their new album. Death From Above 1979 will also play in Salt Lake City, Utah on the 21st and in Boulder, Colorado on the 22nd.