#FridayFinds: Bayside 2015 Tour
One of my favorite bands is headed back out on tour with their latest album, Cult White Edition, to celebrate their 15 year anniversary. This is another band that my sister introduced me to. We went to see them together at The Meridan years ago and met front man Anthony Renari after the show. He was humble and quiet with his own edge. He signed my Bayside tour shirt for me and I still wear it today.
The special 15 Year Birthday Tour will run from March 5th to April 4th, and features supporting acts Senses Fail, Man Overboard, and Seaway. For the biggest fans, I suggest the VIP package that includes intimate Meet & Greets on the Bayside tour bus, early entry to the shows and other exclusive items.
In celebration of their 15th Anniversary, Bayside will also be re-issuing their newest – and highest charting – album Cult as a special edition double LP. The Cult White Edition will feature four bonus tracks, including a brand new song titled “Dancing Like an Idiot” and “Indiana” from the band’s Record Store Day 2014 exclusive 7″.
15 Year Birthday Tour Dates:
Mar 5 House of Blues Orlando, FL
Mar 6 Tipitina’s New Orleans, LA
Mar 7 Gas Monkey Live! Dallas, TX
Mar 8 House of Blues Houston, TX
Mar 10 Press Room Phoenix, AZ
Mar 11 House of Blues San Diego, CA
Mar 12 Observatory Santa Ana, CA
Mar 13 Hard Rock Live Las Vegas, NV
Mar 14 House of Blues Los Angeles, CA
Mar 15 The Fillmore San Francisco, CA
Mar 17 Wonder Ballroom Portland, OR
Mar 18 The Showbox Seattle, WA
Mar 20 The Complex Salt Lake City, UT
Mar 21 Summit Music Hall Denver, CO
Mar 22 Granada Lawrence, KS
Mar 23 Ready Room St. Louis, MO
Mar 25 The Rave Milwaukee, WI
Mar 26 Concord Music Hall Chicago, IL
Mar 27 Crofoot Pontiac, MI
Mar 28 House of Blues Cleveland, OH
Mar 29 Opera House Toronto, ON
Mar 31 SoundStage Baltimore, MD
Apr 1 House of Blues Boston, MA
Apr 2 Best Buy Theater New York, NY
Apr 3 Electric Factory Philadelphia, PA
Apr 4 Starland Ballroom Sayreville, NJ
What’s #FridayFinds? Every Friday, I post new albums from artists we all love, or new artists that maybe we don’t know yet. Expand your music library and maybe even learn more about the artists that you live in the city you’re from.