New Found Glory Bring 20 Years of Pop Punk to Australia

Playing Their Pre-2010 Catalogue In Full

New Found Glory are set to embark on an Australian tour in August to celebrate their 20th anniversary. The tour will see the veteran pop punk pioneers play two of their pre-2010 albums in full each night.

With 20 non-stop years and eight studio albums under their belts, the Floridians are gearing up to release their ninth full length, Makes Me Sick, on Friday April 28. The album has spawned a new single, ‘Happy Being Miserable’.

 

Check out the tour dates below to find out the selected albums for each show. 

Tuesday August 8 – Metropolis, Fremantle, WA

Sticks and Stones/ Catalyst

Wednesday August 9 – The Gov, Adelaide, SA

Sticks and Stones/ Catalyst

Thursday August 10 – The Metro Theatre, Sydney, NSW

Sticks and Stones/ Self-Titled

Friday August 11 – The Metro Theatre, Sydney, NSW

Catalyst/ Not Without a Fight

Saturday August 12 – Eatons Hill Hotel, Brisbane, QLD

Sticks and Stones/ Catalyst             

Monday August 14 – The Corner Hotel, Melbourne, VIC

Sticks and Stones/ Coming Home                               

Tuesday August 15 – The Corner Hotel, Melbourne, VIC

Catalyst/ Not Without a Fight

Wednesday August 16 – The Corner Hotel, Melbourne, VIC

Self-Titled/ Nothing Gold Can Stay

 

 

New Found Glory will tour Australia in August, with tickets going on sale Friday March 3 at 11am through livenation.com.au.

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