04 Apr 2015 Joyce Manor Mariposa Plaza Fresno, CA, United States


• Joyce Manor  • How to Dress Well  • Dan Deacon  • Black Milk  • The Stone Foxes  • The Sleepover Disaster  • K. Flay  • Unconditional Arms  • Planets Live in Houses  • The Pretty Lights 

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Location:

Mariposa Plaza

Richmond

10 Apr 2015 Drake Empire Polo Club Indio, United States

electronic

• Drake  • David Guetta  • AC/DC  • Kasabian  • Interpol  • Florence + the Machine  • Belle and Sebastian  • Lykke Li  • Brand New  • Marina & the Diamonds 

Infos:

More informations soon

Location:

Empire Polo Club
81-800 Avenue 5
92201Richmond

13 Apr 2015 Desaparecidos The Roxy Theatre West Hollywood, United States

indie rock

• Desaparecidos  • Touché Amoré  • Joyce Manor 

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Location:

The Roxy Theatre
9009 W Sunset Blvd
90069Richmond

16 Apr 2015 Desaparecidos The Regency Ballroom San Francisco, United States

indie rock

• Desaparecidos  • Touché Amoré  • Joyce Manor 

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Location:

The Regency Ballroom
1290 Sutter St.
94109Richmond

17 Apr 2015 Drake Empire Polo Club Indio, United States

electronic

• Drake  • David Guetta  • AC/DC  • Kasabian  • Interpol  • Florence + the Machine  • Belle and Sebastian  • Lykke Li  • Brand New  • Marina & the Diamonds 

Infos:

More information soon

Location:

Empire Polo Club
81-800 Avenue 5
92201Richmond

01 May 2015 Atreyu De Vlessenhoeve Meerhout, Belgium


• Atreyu  • Pennywise  • Social Distortion  • Millencolin  • Against Me!  • Lagwagon  • The Early November  • Refused  • Unearth  • Comeback Kid 

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Location:

De Vlessenhoeve
Oude Baan
2450Richmond

03 May 2015 Joyce Manor Gebr. de Nobel Leiden, Netherlands

emo

• Joyce Manor 

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Location:

Gebr. de Nobel
Marktsteeg 8
Richmond

04 May 2015 Make Do and Mend Conne Island Leipzig, Germany

punk rock

• Make Do and Mend  • Joyce Manor  • The Smith Street Band 

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Location:

Conne Island
Koburger Straße 3
04277Richmond

06 May 2015 Make Do and Mend Markthalle Hamburg, Germany

punk rock

• Make Do and Mend  • Teenage Bottlerocket  • Samiam  • Joyce Manor  • The Hotelier  • The Smith Street Band  • Masked Intruder 

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Location:

Markthalle
Klosterwall 11
20095Richmond

07 May 2015 Make Do and Mend Astra Berlin, Germany

punk rock

• Make Do and Mend  • Teenage Bottlerocket  • Samiam  • Joyce Manor  • The Hotelier  • The Smith Street Band  • Masked Intruder  • Beach Slang 

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Location:

Astra
Revaler Str. 99
10245Richmond

08 May 2015 Make Do and Mend Schlachthof Wiesbaden, Germany

punk rock

• Make Do and Mend  • Teenage Bottlerocket  • Samiam  • The Hotelier  • Masked Intruder  • Joyce Manor  • The Smith Street Band 

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Location:

Schlachthof
Murnaustraße 1
65189Richmond

09 May 2015 Make Do and Mend LKA-Longhorn Stuttgart, Germany

punk rock

• Make Do and Mend  • Teenage Bottlerocket  • Samiam  • Joyce Manor  • Turbostaat  • The Hotelier  • Pascow  • The Smith Street Band  • Masked Intruder 

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Location:

LKA-Longhorn
Heiligenwiesen 6
70327Richmond

10 May 2015 Make Do and Mend Backstage Munich, Germany

punk rock

• Make Do and Mend  • Teenage Bottlerocket  • Samiam  • Joyce Manor  • The Hotelier  • The Smith Street Band  • Masked Intruder 

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Location:

Backstage
Reitknechtstr. 6
80639Richmond

11 May 2015 Joyce Manor Hafenkneipe Zürich, Switzerland

emo

• Joyce Manor 

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Location:

Hafenkneipe
Militärstrasse 12
8004Richmond

13 May 2015 Joyce Manor Bush Hall London, United Kingdom

emo

• Joyce Manor 

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Overtly sentimental and painfully true to life, Californian quartet Joyce Manor make the kind of music you can relate to in seconds. With stories of heartbreak, changing friendships, and the things we usually keep to ourselves, their live shows are a perfect catharsis.

Following a recent split EP with Toys That Kill and ahead of a trip to Australia to support Against Me! the band returns to London to play Bush Hall.
Expect driving emo riffs, sharp bursts of passion, and the type of performance that hits somewhere between your ribcage and your pride, and sticks.

Presented by Pink Mist.

This is a 14+ event. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.

Location:

Bush Hall
310 Uxbridge Road
W12 7LJRichmond

14 May 2015 The Cribs Various Venues Brighton, United Kingdom


• The Cribs  • Alabama Shakes  • Django Django  • The Posies  • Kevin Devine  • Thurston Moore  • Jack Robert Hardman  • Seinabo Sey  • JME  • Saint Motel 

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The Great Escape (TGE) is a new music festival that showcases emerging artists from all over the world. Over 400 up and coming bands play in 35 Brighton venues, accessible on one wristband. It’s the first place to discover your new favorite band and see them in an intimate setting before they go on to headline major festival stages.

TGE is also attended by the music industry who are on the hunt for the next big thing. We run a convention alongside the gigs featuring insightful panels, topical debates, keynote speeches and networking opportunities in abundance.

The Alternative Escape, our Brighton Dome Shows, secret gigs, club nights and spontaneous collaborations all add the festivities and make this weekend in Brighton one not to miss.

Location:

Various Venues

Richmond

29 May 2015 Against Me! The Hi-Fi Brisbane, Australia

punk rock

• Against Me!  • Joyce Manor 

Infos:

To pirate the title of one of their early songs (and still a set-list staple), Against Me! is a band that laughs at danger and breaks all the rules.

Fronted by Laura Jane Grace, AM!’s latest offering, Transgender Dysphoria Blues, was released in January 2014. The title of their sixth album offers a direct nod to news that shocked fans and shook up the rock world when it was dropped—Grace is a transitioning transgender person.

Formerly known as Tom Gabel, she revealed her story in the May 12, 2012 issue of Rolling Stone (readers curious to learn more about the transition can check out Laura Jane’s “My First Year as a Woman” journal online in Cosmopolitan).

Because Transgender Dysphoria Blues marks the band’s first release with Grace as a woman, there are a lot of misconceptions: The record is neither a radical stylistic departure nor a “concept album.” Rather, it’s just another bold step forward for an artist doing what she has always done—forging her own path by processing the highs and lows of life through music.

Against Me! began as an anarchist solo act in Gainesville, Florida in 1997. After transforming into a traditional four-piece a few years later with the crucial addition of guitarist James Bowman, they quickly became a driving force in the punk scene—despite facing an abundance of unsolicited danger.

Joining Grace and Bowman in the band are a brand-new rhythm section. Longtime bass player Andrew Seward amicably departed Against Me! in 2013 after 11 years with the band. Since that time, Inge Johannson (formerly of Sweden’s International Noise Conspiracy, and a surefire winner of the “Scandinavian Ramones Lookalike Contest,” if one is ever held) has come aboard as the full-time bassist.

The new drummer is punk stalwart Atom Willard, who launched his career as a teenager with Rocket From the Crypt and has had stints with the Offspring, Angels & Airwaves, and Social Distortion. Willard replaced Jay Weinberg, who’d toured with the band since late 2010.

With the lineup changes, Grace acknowledges that Against Me! may be in a state of flux, but the mission is still real: “If I didn’t feel like I had something that I really needed to say with the album we’ve been working on for the past year then I’d humbly hang the hat and move on”.

Touring with Against Me! will be California's Joyce Manor, this being their second tour of Australia and the first since the release of "Never Hungover Again".

Location:

The Hi-Fi
125 Boundary Street
4101Richmond

30 May 2015 Against Me! The Metro Theatre Sydney, Australia

punk rock

• Against Me!  • Joyce Manor 

Infos:

To pirate the title of one of their early songs (and still a set-list staple), Against Me is a band that laughs at danger and breaks all the rules.

Fronted by Laura Jane Grace, AM!’s latest offering, Transgender Dysphoria Blues, was released in January 2014. The title of their sixth album offers a direct nod to news that shocked fans and shook up the rock world when it was dropped—Grace is a transitioning transgender person.

Formerly known as Tom Gabel, she revealed her story in the May 12, 2012 issue of Rolling Stone (readers curious to learn more about the transition can check out Laura Jane’s “My First Year as a Woman” journal online in Cosmopolitan).

Because Transgender Dysphoria Blues marks the band’s first release with Grace as a woman, there are a lot of misconceptions: The record is neither a radical stylistic departure nor a “concept album.” Rather, it’s just another bold step forward for an artist doing what she has always done—forging her own path by processing the highs and lows of life through music.

Against Me! began as an anarchist solo act in Gainesville, Florida in 1997. After transforming into a traditional four-piece a few years later with the crucial addition of guitarist James Bowman, they quickly became a driving force in the punk scene—despite facing an abundance of unsolicited danger.

Joining Grace and Bowman in the band are a brand-new rhythm section. Longtime bass player Andrew Seward amicably departed Against Me! in 2013 after 11 years with the band. Since that time, Inge Johannson (formerly of Sweden’s International Noise Conspiracy, and a surefire winner of the “Scandinavian Ramones Lookalike Contest,” if one is ever held) has come aboard as the full-time bassist.

The new drummer is punk stalwart Atom Willard, who launched his career as a teenager with Rocket From the Crypt and has had stints with the Offspring, Angels & Airwaves, and Social Distortion. Willard replaced Jay Weinberg, who’d toured with the band since late 2010.

With the lineup changes, Grace acknowledges that Against Me! may be in a state of flux, but the mission is still real: “If I didn’t feel like I had something that I really needed to say with the album we’ve been working on for the past year then I’d humbly hang the hat and move on”.

Touring with Against Me! will be California’s Joyce Manor, this being their second tour of Australia and the first since the release of “Never Hungover Again”.

Location:

The Metro Theatre
624 George St
2000Richmond

31 May 2015 Against Me! The Cambridge Hotel Newcastle West, New South Wales, Australia

punk rock

• Against Me!  • Joyce Manor 

Infos:

To pirate the title of one of their early songs (and still a set-list staple), Against Me is a band that laughs at danger and breaks all the rules.

Fronted by Laura Jane Grace, AM!’s latest offering, Transgender Dysphoria Blues, was released in January 2014. The title of their sixth album offers a direct nod to news that shocked fans and shook up the rock world when it was dropped—Grace is a transitioning transgender person.

Formerly known as Tom Gabel, she revealed her story in the May 12, 2012 issue of Rolling Stone (readers curious to learn more about the transition can check out Laura Jane’s “My First Year as a Woman” journal online in Cosmopolitan).

Because Transgender Dysphoria Blues marks the band’s first release with Grace as a woman, there are a lot of misconceptions: The record is neither a radical stylistic departure nor a “concept album.” Rather, it’s just another bold step forward for an artist doing what she has always done—forging her own path by processing the highs and lows of life through music.

Against Me! began as an anarchist solo act in Gainesville, Florida in 1997. After transforming into a traditional four-piece a few years later with the crucial addition of guitarist James Bowman, they quickly became a driving force in the punk scene—despite facing an abundance of unsolicited danger.

Joining Grace and Bowman in the band are a brand-new rhythm section. Longtime bass player Andrew Seward amicably departed Against Me! in 2013 after 11 years with the band. Since that time, Inge Johannson (formerly of Sweden’s International Noise Conspiracy, and a surefire winner of the “Scandinavian Ramones Lookalike Contest,” if one is ever held) has come aboard as the full-time bassist.

The new drummer is punk stalwart Atom Willard, who launched his career as a teenager with Rocket From the Crypt and has had stints with the Offspring, Angels & Airwaves, and Social Distortion. Willard replaced Jay Weinberg, who’d toured with the band since late 2010.

With the lineup changes, Grace acknowledges that Against Me! may be in a state of flux, but the mission is still real: “If I didn’t feel like I had something that I really needed to say with the album we’ve been working on for the past year then I’d humbly hang the hat and move on”.

Touring with Against Me! will be California’s Joyce Manor, this being their second tour of Australia and the first since the release of “Never Hungover Again”.

Location:

The Cambridge Hotel
789 Hunter Street
2302Richmond

01 Jun 2015 Against Me! Wollongong Uni Bar Gwynneville, Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia

punk rock

• Against Me!  • Joyce Manor 

Infos:

To pirate the title of one of their early songs (and still a set-list staple), Against Me! is a band that laughs at danger and breaks all the rules.

Fronted by Laura Jane Grace, AM!’s latest offering, Transgender Dysphoria Blues, was released in January 2014. The title of their sixth album offers a direct nod to news that shocked fans and shook up the rock world when it was dropped—Grace is a transitioning transgender person.

Formerly known as Tom Gabel, she revealed her story in the May 12, 2012 issue of Rolling Stone (readers curious to learn more about the transition can check out Laura Jane’s “My First Year as a Woman” journal online in Cosmopolitan).

Because Transgender Dysphoria Blues marks the band’s first release with Grace as a woman, there are a lot of misconceptions: The record is neither a radical stylistic departure nor a “concept album.” Rather, it’s just another bold step forward for an artist doing what she has always done—forging her own path by processing the highs and lows of life through music.

Against Me! began as an anarchist solo act in Gainesville, Florida in 1997. After transforming into a traditional four-piece a few years later with the crucial addition of guitarist James Bowman, they quickly became a driving force in the punk scene—despite facing an abundance of unsolicited danger.

Joining Grace and Bowman in the band are a brand-new rhythm section. Longtime bass player Andrew Seward amicably departed Against Me! in 2013 after 11 years with the band. Since that time, Inge Johannson (formerly of Sweden’s International Noise Conspiracy, and a surefire winner of the “Scandinavian Ramones Lookalike Contest,” if one is ever held) has come aboard as the full-time bassist.

The new drummer is punk stalwart Atom Willard, who launched his career as a teenager with Rocket From the Crypt and has had stints with the Offspring, Angels & Airwaves, and Social Distortion. Willard replaced Jay Weinberg, who’d toured with the band since late 2010.

With the lineup changes, Grace acknowledges that Against Me! may be in a state of flux, but the mission is still real: “If I didn’t feel like I had something that I really needed to say with the album we’ve been working on for the past year then I’d humbly hang the hat and move on”.

Touring with Against Me! will be California's Joyce Manor, this being their second tour of Australia and the first since the release of "Never Hungover Again".

Location:

Wollongong Uni Bar
Union Buidling, Northfields Avenue
2500Richmond

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