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Bad Religion Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 818,227
Category Rock, Hardcore Punk, Punk, Skatepunk
Concerts
Apr
12
North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre
Chula Vista
Tickets
Apr
13
Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, Curio Collection by Hilton
Las Vegas
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Apr
14
Mesa Amphitheatre
Mesa
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Apr
18
The Pavilion At Toyota Music Factory
Irving
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Apr
19
Boeing Center at Tech Port
San Antonio
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Apr
20
Moody Amphitheater
Austin
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Apr
22
Bayou Music Center
Houston
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Apr
23
The Fillmore Harrah's
New Orleans
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Apr
26
St. Augustine Amphitheatre
St. Augustine
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Apr
27
Revolution Live
Fort Lauderdale
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Apr
28
The Sound
Clearwater
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Apr
30
Coca-Cola Roxy
Atlanta
Tickets
May
01
Firefly Distillery
North Charleston
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May
03
The Theater at MGM National Harbor
Oxon Hill
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May
04
The Rooftop at Pier 17
New York
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May
05
The Fillmore Philadelphia
Philadelphia
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May
07
MGM Music Hall at Fenway
Boston
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May
08
The Rooftop at Pier 17
New York
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May
10
Stage AE
Pittsburgh
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May
11
Masonic Temple Theatre
Detroit
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May
12
The Andrew J Brady Music Center
Cincinnati
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May
14
The Rave / Eagles Club
Milwaukee
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May
15
Val Air Ballroom
West Des Moines
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May
17
Everwise Amphitheater at White River State Park
Indianapolis
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May
18
The Salt Shed
Chicago
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May
19
Sonic Temple Festival 2024
Columbus
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May
20
Riviera Theatre
Chicago
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Jun
08
No Values 2024
Pomona
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Jun
21
Full Force Festival 2024
Gräfenhainichen
Tickets
Jun
23
Spodek
Katowice
Tickets
Jun
25
X-TRA
Zurich
Tickets
Jun
26
Garage
Saarbrucken
Tickets
Jun
27
Jera On Air
Ysselsteyn
Tickets
Jun
28
Mighty Sounds Festival 2024
Tábor
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Jul
02
Gasometer
Wien
Tickets
Jul
03
Sherwood Festival 2024
Padova
Tickets
Jul
05
Ruhrpott Rodeo 2024
Hünxe
Tickets
Jul
06
SAVE THE CORE
Nürnberg
Tickets
Jul
07
Sjock Festival 2024
Gierle
Tickets
Jul
09
Rockhal
Esch-sur-alzette
Tickets
Jul
10
Élysée Montmartre
Paris
Tickets
Jul
12
Docks
Hamburg
Tickets
Jul
13
Docks
Hamburg
Tickets
Jul
16
Sentrum Scene
Oslo
Tickets
Jul
17
Furuviksparken
Furuvik
Tickets
Jul
19
Tsunami Xixón 2024
Gijón
Tickets
About Bad Religion
They say rock’n’roll is a young man’s game. Imagine what they say about punk. Bad Religion never worried much about what “they” say, and neither should you. Go by the energy, go by the intent, go by the WORK – of which this classic, groundbreaking hardcore band could never be accused of avoiding. Aside from essentially defining the California half-pipe punk blueprint, Bad Religion has defied the usual trend-shifts or values-ditched ubiquities of the usual punk band storyline and morphed along with challenging album after challenging album amid astoundingly consistent touring, retaining their core audience while roping in subsequent generations of anxiously energetic kids. The band has long settled into the current lineup who have arguably enacted to most muscular Bad Religion to ever kick empties across a stage: Greg Graffin (vocals) and Jay Bentley (bass) join Brian Baker (guitarist since ’94), guitarist Mike Dimkich (8 years in), and drummer Jamie Miller, who’s already been with the band for six years. Bad Religion is in an almost singular position in the history of punk. Having formed right on the heels of the original explosion, they led the west coast arm of hardcore’s birth, adding their chunky riffs, zooming harmonies, and viciously verbose lyrical punch to the basic bash of hardcore. Then the band continued to expand their pop-punk template through the ‘80s and into the indebted “neo-punk” sound of the early ‘90s and weathered the questionable dichotomies of the “alternative rock” era by doing what they’ve always done – releasing explosive album after album to consistent acclaim from fans and critics. And if you’re positive there is no way they could keep doing the same thing all these years, you’d be right. They haven’t. They’ve continued to throw songwriting and production wrenches into the works so’s not to bore themselves or their never-diminishing following. The re-rejuvenation started around 2007’s New Maps of Hell, with its titular nod to their classic debut album (How Could Hell Be Any Worse), matching that youthful fire with a deeper burn born of growing up through all the actual pain you worried might happen when you were a teen. The Dissent of Man (2010) had the increasingly active professional author Greg Graffin unleash all the verbal venom he could most freely spew with his beloved punk band, while musically, the band delved into some varying tempos. Then, with True North (2013), Graffin got even madder, and the band followed suit. Then they immediately followed up with an album of rabid runs through holiday classics, Christmas Songs (2013), because why the fuck not. When Bad Religion is often described as “intellectual,” that doesn’t mean just their lyrics, it means their musical choices, like whipping up a completely unexpected and heartfelt Xmas record. Six years passed, and one might’ve worried the band had been beaten down like every other good thing during the Trump years. But no! on 2019’s Age of Unreason, they gathered together 15 tracks of some of the best material of their career, adding a wee more production gleam suited to amping up the songs to get through all the dispirited noise of that time and mixing their perfect balance of dystopian dread and future hope into Age of Unreason. Not that they had gone anywhere for those six years, except on tour, a lot. The current seven-year-running lineup can flesh out any of the band’s eras, but they seem perfectly suited for the band’s latter-day catalog that’s so vehemently fueled by the third-gear aggression of a punk band who is still out there playing with, gathering energy from, and inspiring the newest punk bands -- keeping these elder statesmen of punk sharp, incensed, and ready to go forward. The band’s rep, as socially aware thought-provokers, can obscure the fact they’ve remained one of the most viscerally powerful live bands on the planet, remembering it’s the beats and riffs that get your ass off the couch in the first place. Of course, being stuck to the couch was sometimes inescapable during our last terrible year of COVID fear. So once again, leaning into their smarts, Bad Religion concocted a recent online run of eight, chronologically curated, streaming live show docuseries, recorded at the Roxy in Hollywood as COVID reared its ugly ass. Two seasons of career-highlighting, fan-thanking ballyhoo, featuring reminders of the band’s development in the face of often simplistic skate punk pigeonholing. When he’s not stomping on some festival stage in front of thousands somewhere, singer Greg Graffin is a professor and author who has released numerous books on history and personal survival. He even garnered the prestigious Rushdie Award for Cultural Humanism from the Harvard Humanist Chaplaincy in 2008. And now, in 2021, Bad Religion has finally received its own long-awaited autobiography, Do What You Want: The Story of Bad Religion (out soon on paperback), credited to, of course, the whole band. While propped up on the band’s egalitarian legend, its focus is the long and moshing road of a band who probably would’ve laughed if you’d told their 20-something selves they’d be celebrating their 40th anniversary. Laughed, then strapped on their guitars and jumped out on stage again. If you get to see Bad Religion – as they plan upcoming tours and festival shows by the end of the year – you’ll see that snotty 20-something is still kicking its way out.
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Genres
Rock, Hardcore Punk, Punk, Skatepunk
Band members
Greg Graffin, Jamie Miller, Jay Bentley, Mike Dimkich, Brian Baker
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What fans are saying
Michael
5 / 5
Best show I've ever been to, including other Bad Religion shows. So much energy and a great selection of songs! Also a great choice of Speed of Light as an opening. They have a great stage presence, energy and talent. Nice to see such an established band bring a young up and coming band with them.
Uptown Theater Minneapolis, MN
Oct 17, 2023
Rhonda
5 / 5
My most favorite band and some other punk rock faves in one place! Wish we saw a larger crowd because all these bands put on an amazing show!!! Loved it!! We even got certificates for our girls for it being their first real concert!!! Can’t wait to take them to another show! #punkrock4life #babypunks #lovedit
White River Amphitheatre Auburn, WA
Oct 02, 2018
Daniel
5 / 5
I took my friend (non-Bad Religion fan, or punk fan in general) and now he wants to go to your next show at The Observatory. I’ve seen you guys 3 times now (Surf City Blitz, Sabroso, HW Palladium) and you guys fucking kill it every time. Amazing setlists. Amazing performances. Amazing band.
Hollywood Palladium Hollywood, CA
Aug 19, 2019
Brett
5 / 5
What an amazing night and show at the incomparable Santa Barbara Bowl.What other place do you have ocean views while watching a punk rock show? Bad Religion sounded better than they have in years. Social Distortion was stellar as well. One of the best shows I've attended in a while!
Santa Barbara Bowl Santa Barbara, CA
Apr 11, 2024
Jerry
5 / 5
1st time at this venue. Great sound system, multiple bars, great staff and awesome VIP area. As for the band, what else needs to be said other than it was BAD RELIGION!!! They kicked ass like usual and had a few encores as usual. Left me wanting more. They always do.
Revolution Concert House Garden City, ID
Oct 06, 2023
Nitram
5 / 5
Best bad religion concert I've been to so far. Seems like every show trumps the last. Kicked it off with them and us, which I've really found to be more true than ever these days. True masters of their art as far as I'm concerned bad religion will never die.
Royal Oak Music Theatre Royal Oak, MI
Aug 08, 2019
Priscila
4 / 5
Se fosse contar só as bandas, 5 estrelas. Mas o dia, horário e local diminuíram a pontuação (terça-feira com a primeira banda iniciando às 21h é de f**** / estava extremamente abafado, ar condicionado quebrado? Não sei). Mas valeu pelo som, músicos interagindo com o público. Foi foda 🤟🏻
Espaço das Américas São Paulo, Brazil
Oct 30, 2019
Ian
5 / 5
Speed of Light (the openers) were phenomenal and I see why they're on tour with Bad Religion, who also were fantastic (especially for some 40 now years of them being on the road). The venue was super awesome aswell. the only downside was the merch being a little pricey
Senator Theatre Chico, CA
Oct 10, 2023
Anonymous
5 / 5
Clearly up to their capabilities! 35 years and they cranked out 90 minutes of PUNK ROCK. (Just add a few extra bottles of water). My son has Down’s syndrome. He is 5 ft tall. He had a great view from the balcony. Everyone needs this experience
Ogden Theatre Denver, CO
Jul 11, 2019
JT
5 / 5
Awesome! Such a GREAT show. They sounded amazing and played all the old shit I grew up with and some stuff I never heard that was really good too. And the Riverside Municipal Auditorium was really cool. I live 20 minutes away and I'd never been there. 🍻
Riverside Municipal Auditorium Riverside, CA
Oct 01, 2023
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Bad Religion Tour Cities
Katowice, Poland Oxon Hill, MD Pomona, CA Gijón, Spain Hünxe, Germany Hamburg, Germany Pittsburgh, PA Oslo, Norway Saint Augustine Shores, FL Mesa, AZ Gräfenhainichen, Germany Columbus, OH Saarbrücken, Germany West Des Moines, IA Chula Vista, CA Fort Lauderdale, FL Houston, TX Atlanta, GA Austin, TX Irving, TX Gierle, Belgium Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg Nürnberg, Germany New York City, NY Tábor, Czechia Chicago, IL Zürich, Switzerland Detroit, MI New Orleans, LA Las Vegas, NV Boston, MA Padova, Italy Ysselsteyn, Netherlands Furuvik, Sweden San Antonio, TX Milwaukee, WI Indianapolis, IN Philadelphia, PA North Charleston, SC Paris, France Clearwater, FL Cincinnati, OH Vienna, Austria

Frequently Asked Questions About Bad Religion

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Bad Religion on tour?

Yes, Bad Religion is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Bad Religion concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Bad Religion tour is scheduled for 46 dates across 43 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Bad Religion scheduled to play?

Bad Religion is scheduled to play 46 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Bad Religion tour start?

Bad Religion’s tour starts Apr 12, 2024 and ends on Jul 19, 2024. They will play 43 cities; their most recent concert was held in Chula Vista at North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre and their next upcoming concert will be in Oxon Hill at The Theater at MGM National Harbor.

What venues is Bad Religion performing at?

As part of the Bad Religion tour, Bad Religion is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Apr 12 - Chula Vista, CA @ North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre
Apr 13 - Las Vegas, NV @ Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, Curio Collection by Hilton
Apr 14 - Mesa, AZ @ Mesa Amphitheatre
Apr 18 - Irving, TX @ The Pavilion At Toyota Music Factory
Apr 19 - San Antonio, TX @ Boeing Center at Tech Port
Apr 20 - Austin, TX @ Moody Amphitheater
Apr 22 - Houston, TX @ Bayou Music Center
Apr 23 - New Orleans, LA @ The Fillmore Harrah's
Apr 26 - St. Augustine, FL @ St. Augustine Amphitheatre
Apr 27 - Fort Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution Live
Apr 28 - Clearwater, FL @ The Sound
Apr 30 - Atlanta, GA @ Coca-Cola Roxy
May 01 - North Charleston, SC @ Firefly Distillery
May 03 - Oxon Hill, MD @ The Theater at MGM National Harbor
May 04 - New York, NY @ The Rooftop at Pier 17
May 05 - Philadelphia, PA @ The Fillmore Philadelphia
May 07 - Boston, MA @ MGM Music Hall at Fenway
May 08 - New York, NY @ The Rooftop at Pier 17
May 10 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE
May 11 - Detroit, MI @ Masonic Temple Theatre
May 12 - Cincinnati, OH @ The Andrew J Brady Music Center
May 14 - Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave / Eagles Club
May 15 - West Des Moines, IA @ Val Air Ballroom
May 17 - Indianapolis, IN @ Everwise Amphitheater at White River State Park
May 18 - Chicago, IL @ The Salt Shed
May 19 - Columbus, OH @ Historic Crew Stadium
May 20 - Chicago, IL @ Riviera Theatre
Jun 08 - Pomona, CA @ The Farm at Pomona Fairplex
Jun 21 - Gräfenhainichen, Germany @ Ferropolis
Jun 23 - Katowice, Poland @ Spodek
Jun 25 - Zurich, Switzerland @ X-TRA
Jun 26 - Saarbrucken, Germany @ Garage
Jun 27 - Ysselsteyn, Netherlands @ Jera On Air
Jun 28 - Tábor, Czechia @ Čápův dvůr Airport
Jul 02 - Wien, Wien @ Gasometer
Jul 03 - Padova, Veneto @ Sherwood Festival
Jul 05 - Hünxe, NRW @ Schwarze Heide Airport
Jul 06 - Nürnberg, BY @ SAVE THE CORE
Jul 07 - Gierle, Belgium @ SJOCK Festival
Jul 09 - Esch-sur-alzette, 03 @ Rockhal
Jul 10 - Paris, 75 @ Élysée Montmartre
Jul 12 - Hamburg, 04 @ Docks
Jul 13 - Hamburg, 04 @ Docks
Jul 16 - Oslo, Akershus @ Sentrum Scene
Jul 17 - Furuvik, Gävleborgs län @ Furuviksparken
Jul 19 - Gijón, Asturias @ Tsunami Xixón
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