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Face to Face

Face to Face Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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Followers 142,397
Category Punk Rock
Concerts
Apr
13
Punk In Drublic - Salt Lake City 2024
Salt Lake City
Tickets
Apr
27
Brightside Festival 2024
Orlando
Tickets
May
02
Cobra Lounge
Chicago
Tickets
May
03
Cobra Lounge
Chicago
Tickets
May
04
Cobra Lounge
Chicago
Tickets
May
09
Belly Up
Solana Beach
Tickets
May
10
Belly Up
Solana Beach
Tickets
May
11
Belly Up
Solana Beach
Tickets
Jun
13
Broken Goblet Brewing
Bensalem
Tickets
Jun
14
Broken Goblet Brewing
Bensalem
Tickets
Jun
15
Broken Goblet Brewing
Bensalem
Tickets
Jun
30
Tom McCall Waterfront Park
Portland
Tickets
Jul
06
Festival du Gros Gras 2024
Chute-saint-philippe
Tickets
Jul
20
Outdoors at the New National Western Center Yards
Denver
Tickets
Oct
30
We Are One Tour 2024
Porto Alegre
Tickets
Oct
31
We Are One Tour 2024
Florianópolis
Tickets
Nov
01
We Are One Tour 2024
Curitiba
Tickets
Nov
02
We Are One Tour 2024
São Paulo
Tickets
Nov
03
We Are One Tour 2024
Belo Horizonte
Tickets
Nov
05
Club Vals
Coquimbo
Tickets
Nov
06
Sala Metrónomo
Recoleta
Tickets
Nov
08
Casa Rojas
San José
Tickets
Nov
09
Foro Alarcón
Ciudad De México
Tickets
About Face to Face
Face To Face are a rarity in the music world: A band that not only helped define a sound, but who continue to fine-tune their music with each subsequent release. This is undoubtedly true of the band’s tenth full-length No Way Out But Through, a melodic-punk masterpiece teeming with blistering guitar riffs, fleet-fingered basslines and vocal harmonies that are so infectious they’ll be rattling around your brain for weeks on end. Then again this should come as no surprise to anyone who has followed Face To Face’s 30-year history. The band—guitarist/vocalist Trever Keith, bassist/background vocalist Scott Shiflett, guitarist Dennis Hill and drummer Danny Thompson—once again reject complacency and push their musical limits on the follow-up to 2016’s return-to-form, Protection. ”This lineup of Face To Face has been intact for well over a decade at this point and it’s the best lineup the band has ever had,” Keith explains. This connection and chemistry lies at the core of No Way Out But Through and is why the inherent energy on the album sounds so effortless. While Face To Face’s sound is rooted in the West Coast punk genre they helped pioneer, No Way Out But Through raises the sonic bar when it comes to songwriting, arranging and musicianship. “On Protection, I was intentionally writing songs that were reminiscent of our first three albums but on this album I was able to try some different things. There’s a freshness and a newness to the way that these songs came together and I think that’s really evident when you’re listening to this album.” This time around, Keith was able to get out of his proverbial comfort zone by renting a cabin near Malibu, California, and holed up with Shiflett as they transformed a collection of their respective demos and ideas into the polished recording you hear today. Production-wise, the band teamed up again with Juno Award-winning producer Siegfried Meier and Davey Warsop (Foo Fighters, Green Day) and later mixed and mastered by Jason Livermore at the legendary Blasting Room studio. The result is an album that’s sound quality mirrors its sonic weight and is the best-sounding Face To Face album to date—a fact that’s even more impressive when you consider the fact that Keith recorded all of his guitar tracks in his home studio. From the first notes of the opening salvo “Black Eye Specialist” to the melodic power of “Anonymous” and classic energy of the first single “No Way Out But Through,” the album is exactly what you want if you’re a Face To Face fan. “This is a more personal album for me and I feel a really strong connection with these songs,” Keith explains. Correspondingly while tracks like “Blanked Out” once again establish Shiflett as one of the most exciting bassists in punk rock, the band aren’t afraid to take chances on this album, most notably on the closer “Farewell Song,” which sees Face To Face exploring a different side of their songwriting. “Scott brought in that song and at first I was reluctant to work on it because I thought it sounded like The Cure or something,” Keith admits. “However as we were working on it I realized that this was a song I could pour myself into as an artist and I think it’s one of the strongest songs on the album.” Then again, this should come as no surprise from a band who followed up the punk rock holy trinity of Don’t Turn Away, BIg Choice and Face To Face with 1999’s experimental rock album Ignorance Is Bliss, the latter of which has become a cult favorite among fans over the years. No Way Out But Through sees Keith, who has always been known for his motivational anthems, penning some of his most introspective lyrics to date. “I wouldn’t consider this to be a concept album but I did base each song on a thematic idea this time around,” he explains. These themes range from overcoming anxiety to self-acceptance, ideas that have been a constant aspect of Face to Face’s mission statement as their sound has constantly evolved. “I really like writing songs that are motivational or inspirational on their face but ultimately have a message that helps people become a better version of themselves,” he adds. This is strikingly evident on the album’s title track which urges the listener to “make up your mind and take up a side / there is no way out but there is a way through” over a relentless rhythm and chiming guitar line. “That song is really about meeting your problems head on and having the courage and strength to find solutions. That’s a philosophy that I have on life and it’s also a good summation of the songs on this album.” While most bands celebrating their 30th anniversary are releasing reissues and retreading their past, Face To Face have crafted one of the most vital and energized albums of their career with No Way Out But Through. In fact, in many ways the album is the sound of a band hitting their stride with all cylinders firing. So what is the secret to Face To Face’s enduring vitality? “We’ve had our hiatus, we’ve made art records, we’ve made acoustic albums, but the best path for us has always been forward, and so here we are,” Keith summarizes. “We may be in our fifties now but we wanted to send a message that we are not mellowing out and that this is energetic, hard-hitting punk rock. We’re full-steam ahead as a band and as songwriters.” Ultimately that dedication to their craft is what makes Face To Face such an enduring act and No Way Out But Through is a sonic testament to that hard-won legacy. So crank it up and remember why you fell in love with Face To Face in the first place. www.facetofacemusic.com
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Genres
Punk Rock
Band members
Scott Shiflett, Danny Thompson, Dennis Hill, Trever Keith
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What fans are saying
Alyssa
4 / 5
I love them for the last 15 years and many fkg more! Come back to Corpus PLEASE!!! AMAZING SHOW!!! And that was acoustic!
House of Rock Corpus Christi, TX
Mar 01, 2019
Robyn
5 / 5
Samiam was freakin awesome!!! Face to Face was EVERYTHING, plus Pete Parada!!! Descendents and Jawbreaker were incredible !!! What a great lineup❤️
Fillmore Auditorium Denver, CO
Apr 09, 2022
John
4 / 5
Super awesome yeah super loud and I’m still trying to get my hearing back but it was so much worth it!
The Depot Salt Lake City, UT
May 07, 2018
Melissa
5 / 5
This was the most amazing experience! I wish I would have gone to all 3 nights! Please come back again!
The Stanley Hotel Estes Park, CO
Dec 11, 2023
Lea
4 / 5
Trevor is so chill and awesome I’ve seen them over a dozen times . Can’t wait to see them again
Observatory Santa Ana, CA
Jul 28, 2018
Dan
5 / 5
Epic show! Don't let the word 'acoustic' fool you because they still rocked the s&#t out of the place!
City Winery Nashville, TN
Oct 02, 2018
Bill
5 / 5
Great night with a great band. I took numerous videos and screwed them up by singing so loud
HI-FI Indy Indianapolis, IN
Apr 28, 2019
kam
5 / 5
Rest Easy was amazing. Face to Face played a killer set. Just blistered through the hits.
Rickshaw Theatre Vancouver, BC
Jul 24, 2022
Scott
5 / 5
Face to Face not as pretentious as I've seen them in then past, Lagwagon killed it.
The Oriental Theater Denver, CO
Oct 04, 2019
William
5 / 5
F2F was epic. They should have been the closer. Best punk band touring.
St Augustine Amphitheatre St Augustine, FL
May 04, 2020
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Face to Face Tour Cities
Florianópolis, Brazil São Paulo, Brazil Orlando, FL Chicago, IL Chute-Saint-Philippe, QC Porto Alegre, Brazil Portland, OR Bensalem, PA Coquimbo, Chile Denver, CO Belo Horizonte, Brazil Mexico City, Mexico Recoleta, Chile San José, Costa Rica Curitiba, Brazil Solana Beach, CA Salt Lake City, UT

Frequently Asked Questions About Face to Face

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Face to Face on tour?

Yes, Face to Face is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Face to Face concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Face to Face tour is scheduled for 23 dates across 17 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Face to Face scheduled to play?

Face to Face is scheduled to play 23 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Face to Face tour start?

Face to Face’s tour starts Apr 13, 2024 and ends on Nov 09, 2024. They will play 17 cities; their most recent concert was held in Salt Lake City at Pioneer Park and their next upcoming concert will be in São Paulo at VIP Station.

What venues is Face to Face performing at?

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

2024 Tour Dates:

Apr 13 - Salt Lake City, UT @ Pioneer Park
Apr 27 - Orlando, FL @ Central Florida Fair.
May 02 - Chicago, IL @ Cobra Lounge
May 03 - Chicago, IL @ Cobra Lounge
May 04 - Chicago, IL @ Cobra Lounge
May 09 - Solana Beach, CA @ Belly Up
May 10 - Solana Beach, CA @ Belly Up
May 11 - Solana Beach, CA @ Belly Up
Jun 13 - Bensalem, PA @ Broken Goblet Brewing
Jun 14 - Bensalem, PA @ Broken Goblet Brewing
Jun 15 - Bensalem, PA @ Broken Goblet Brewing
Jun 30 - Portland, OR @ Tom McCall Waterfront Park
Jul 06 - Chute-saint-philippe, QC @ Festival Du Gros Gras
Jul 20 - Denver, CO @ Outdoors at the New National Western Center Yards
Oct 30 - Porto Alegre, RS @ Opinião
Oct 31 - Florianópolis, SC @ John Bull Pub Floripa
Nov 01 - Curitiba, Brazil @ Tork n' Roll
Nov 02 - São Paulo, SP @ VIP Station
Nov 03 - Belo Horizonte, MG @ Mister Rock
Nov 05 - Coquimbo, Coquimbo @ Club Vals
Nov 06 - Recoleta, Región Metropolitana @ Sala Metrónomo
Nov 08 - San José, San José @ Casa Rojas
Nov 09 - Ciudad De México, CDMX @ Foro Alarcón
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