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The Menzingers

The Menzingers Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 184,167
Category Indie, Rock, Punk, Alternative
Concerts
Jun
05
Fete Music Hall
Providence
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Jun
06
Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center
Harrisburg
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Jun
07
White Eagle Hall
Jersey City
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Jun
08
White Eagle Hall
Jersey City
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Jun
09
Rams Head Live!
Baltimore
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Jun
11
Cat's Cradle
Carrboro
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Jun
12
Music Farm
Charleston
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Jun
13
Georgia Theatre
Athens
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Jun
14
The Beacham
Orlando
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Jun
15
Revolution Live
Fort Lauderdale
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Jun
16
The Ritz Ybor
Tampa
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Jun
19
The Underground
Charlotte
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Jun
20
Salvage Station
Asheville
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Jun
21
Mercury Ballroom
Louisville
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Jun
22
Wooly's
Des Moines
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Jun
23
Varsity Theater
Minneapolis
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Jun
26
Madrid Theatre
Kansas City
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Jun
27
Bourbon Theatre
Lincoln
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Jun
28
The Sylvee
Madison
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Jun
29
Grewal Hall at 224
Lansing
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Jul
13
AC Beer & Music Fest
Atlantic City
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Jul
27
Brown's Island
Richmond
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Aug
15
The Triffid
Brisbane
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Aug
16
The Croxton Bandroom
Thornbury
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Aug
17
Crowbar
Sydney
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Aug
18
Crowbar
Sydney
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Aug
20
San Fran
Wellington
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Aug
21
Whammy Bar
Auckland
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Nov
29
10 Year Anniversary of Rented World
Philadelphia
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Dec
06
10 Year Anniversary of Rented World
London
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Dec
07
10 Year Anniversary of Rented World
London
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About The Menzingers
At this point, the Menzingers are an absolute institution. The Philadelphia punk legends’ multi-decade reputation as road warriors with an unbeatable catalog is cemented as hard truth—and their seventh album, Some Of It Was True, stands as their most immediate-sounding and energetic record to date. The follow-up to 2019’s sensational Hello Exile accomplishes the daunting task of capturing the Menzingers’ distinctive live energy in the confines of the studio, resulting in a sound that’s both rich, raw, and complementary to the group’s increasingly prismatic songwriting approach. More than 15 years in, the Menzingers are still holding their listeners square in the immediate present, and Some Of It Was True documents that power in thrilling fashion. Some Of It Was True comes after the longest gap between Menzingers records to date—a gestational period brought on by the Hello Exile-era tour schedule’s delays due to the COVID-19 tour industry shutdown. “We weren’t really writing new music yet,” Greg Barnett explains. “We were talking about it, but we were honestly just happy to be out and touring again.” The acoustic reworks of 2020’s From Exile followed, as well as Barnett’s solo record Don’t Go Throwing Roses In My Grave from last year, which was when Some Of It Was True started to come together. “We turned down any offers at that point because we needed the time to write,” Tom May explains while discussing the writing and recording process, which technically started while on the road and continued in intensive fashion while the boys were back home. “We’d go out on tour, come home, and be in the practice space writing our asses off five days a week,” Barnett says. We had to learn to trust our instincts, which is the hardest thing to do when you’ve been in a band like this for so long. You get caught in your ways! It took a while to trust ourselves, but when we did, it was an amazing feeling.” Making the process easier: Grammy-nominated producer Brad Cook (Bon Iver, the War on Drugs, Waxahatchee), who joined the Menzingers in El Paso’s legendary Sonic Ranch studios and lent his incredible ear for raw, immediate sound to help the band achieve Some Of It Was True’s in-the-room live feel. “The Menzingers are as real as it gets,” Cook says on his time in the studio with the band. I had an absolute blast working with these guys and was moved to tears many times. They are truly dedicated to artistic growth, and to each other, in ways I found both refreshing and beautiful. I am now a lifer.” “Brad massively changed the way we were approaching the record,” May says. “We were able to bust out a ton of songs during the last part of the recording process as a result. We’d talk about music and develop a vocabulary about how to work together, and that made us embrace chasing the feeling instead worrying about locking in things immediately.” “We wanted to make a fun record and write songs that we wanted to play live, and that’s exactly what we did,” Barnett adds. “We’ve always said that we want every album to sound live, but we never recorded an album live before. This was the first time we committed to that idea. We wanted to sound like how our band sounds onstage.” Lyrically, Some Of It Was True is a showcase for how the band’s songwriting has expanded beyond their own personal experiences, drawing from what’s happening around them and the lives of those who keep this world’s lifeforce pumping. “Not everything has to derive from your own life,” Barnett explains. “We have the creative license to look around at our friends and family and write through their perspective. Everyone’s gone through so much.” “We started this band when we were teenagers, and we’ve been at it for a while—and we’re a punk band, which usually represents a lot of youthful energy,” May adds. “We’re getting older now, so the last thing we wanted to do was re-do anything we’ve tried in the past.” Case in point: The anthemic burn of first single “There’s No Place In this World For Me” clicked into place after Barnett met several fans during a European tour stop who fled from Russia in opposition to the war. “They were the epitome of the song—they had nowhere left to go,” he remembers. “They were my main focus when it came to finishing the song, it was really inspiring.” More broadly, the song addresses the push and pull of life on the road, and how growing older plays into that evolving dynamic: “It’s about that feeling of sitting at home and thinking, ‘How much fun would it be to be in Berlin with your friends right now?’ And you get there and think, ‘Man, I just want to be home.’ The older you get, the more you feel that way, and this song is about trying to find that balance when it comes to where you are in life.” Elsewhere, “Try” swaggers with a slight power-pop influence, while the May-led “Nobody Stays” soars with a hard-driving edge, as his bell-clear vocals dig deep into the feelings that accompany watching things—and people—disappear over time. “We’ve lived in this city for a long time as we’ve seen people come and go,” he recalls. “Some people, you’ll never see again—or, maybe, even know what happens to them again. Instead of yearning, we’re approaching acceptance of those changes in our lives. I miss a lot of those people, but it’s OK that they’re gone, too.” The passage of time and how things change are, of course, topics that are always on peoples’ minds—but when it comes to Some Of It Was True, the Menzingers are kickstarting a new era in their already illustrious career by tapping into the energy that brought the band to life in the very beginning. “This record just feels different for us,” Barnett explains. “It’s a really important one in our catalog, and a pivotal moment in our history. We have the liberty of our fans growing with us now, and after writing these lyrical songs about where we are in life, we decided to take other peoples’ stories and make something bigger out of it.” “It brought us back to our energetic side as a band,” May concurs. “We got to let loose, which is what drew us to the energy of being in a band in the first place. This is a live band—why shouldn’t we record live songs? As a result, we’re back to why we started this band in the first place.”
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Genres
Indie, Rock, Punk, Alternative
Band members
Eric Keen, Joe Godino, Greg Barnett, Tom May
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What fans are saying
Dalton
5 / 5
The Salt Shed is pretty dope for a massive venue and miraculously The Menzingers did a remarkable job of making the concert seem intimate and high energy even though the crowd was rather large
The Salt Shed Chicago, IL
Nov 26, 2023
Bubba
5 / 5
Cool show. Was just Greg & Tom playing acoustic guitars, did 5 or 6 new songs from new album. Low key, intimate show & whole band signed stuff afterwards. Good guys...
Rough Trade Records Brooklyn, NY
Oct 04, 2019
John
5 / 5
Concert was great. The energy in the crowd created by The Menzingers was top notch. They are very talented songwriters and musicians. Hope they come back in the future.
Stereo Garden Patchogue, NY
Nov 12, 2022
Stevie
5 / 5
If anyone found a red and gold polka dot wallet let a girl know! It's small. Has some cash and all my cards 😬 But still a great show. Love this band
The Beacham Orlando, FL
Nov 24, 2019
Jessica
5 / 5
I was in town visiting from SLC! I’m so happy I was able to swing by and see them play. Especially since they aren’t hitting Utah on their tour this year!
Sing Out Loud Festival St. Augustine Beach, FL
Sep 15, 2019
Molly-Dakota
5 / 5
Absolutely perfect! The Menzingers had energy and passion on stage as usual! My third time seeing them and just keeps getting better (: The openers were good too!
The Orpheum Tampa Tampa, FL
May 31, 2022
Vince
5 / 5
Sounded great and brought some amazing energy! Playlist was right on with what I was wanting to hear as well! I’d see them again for sure :)
Crescent Ballroom Phoenix, AZ
Feb 18, 2020
shan
5 / 5
venue was cool and menzingers put on a great show!! my selfish feedback is that they skipped Casey and I can’t seem to tell but still a knockout show!
The Athenaeum Theatre Columbus, OH
Nov 26, 2023
Ross
5 / 5
10/10 performance, if only there wasn't a piss drunk douchebag at the front of the floor pushing people around for photos and videos 😮‍💨 if you were that guy🖕
Le Studio TD Montréal, QC
May 10, 2023
Rob
4 / 5
The Menzingers delivered another fun and high energy show. They’re definitely one of the best punk bands. If you can, go see them!! 😎🎸
Underbelly Jacksonville, FL
Aug 23, 2023
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The Menzingers Tour Cities
Brisbane, Australia Asheville, NC Kansas City, MO London, United Kingdom Atlantic City, NJ Orlando, FL Baltimore, MD Tampa, FL Sydney, Australia Harrisburg, PA Des Moines, IA Providence, RI Jersey City, NJ Louisville, KY Philadelphia, PA Thornbury, Australia Madison, WI Lincoln, NE Charleston, SC Richmond, VA Fort Lauderdale, FL Auckland, New Zealand Athens, GA Minneapolis, MN Charlotte, NC Lansing, MI Wellington, New Zealand Carrboro, NC

Frequently Asked Questions About The Menzingers

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is The Menzingers on tour?

Yes, The Menzingers is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming The Menzingers concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The The Menzingers tour is scheduled for 31 dates across 28 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is The Menzingers scheduled to play?

The Menzingers is scheduled to play 31 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the The Menzingers tour start?

The Menzingers’s tour starts Jun 05, 2024 and ends on Dec 07, 2024. They will play 28 cities; their most recent concert was held in Providence at Fete Music Hall and their next upcoming concert will be in Asheville at Salvage Station.

What venues is The Menzingers performing at?

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

2024 Tour Dates:

Jun 05 - Providence, RI @ Fete Music Hall
Jun 06 - Harrisburg, PA @ Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center
Jun 07 - Jersey City, NJ @ White Eagle Hall
Jun 08 - Jersey City, NJ @ White Eagle Hall
Jun 09 - Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live!
Jun 11 - Carrboro, NC @ Cat's Cradle
Jun 12 - Charleston, SC @ Music Farm
Jun 13 - Athens, GA @ Georgia Theatre
Jun 14 - Orlando, FL @ The Beacham
Jun 15 - Fort Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution Live
Jun 16 - Tampa, FL @ The Ritz Ybor
Jun 19 - Charlotte, NC @ The Underground
Jun 20 - Asheville, NC @ Salvage Station
Jun 21 - Louisville, KY @ Mercury Ballroom
Jun 22 - Des Moines, IA @ Wooly's
Jun 23 - Minneapolis, MN @ Varsity Theater
Jun 26 - Kansas City, MO @ Madrid Theatre
Jun 27 - Lincoln, NE @ Bourbon Theatre
Jun 28 - Madison, WI @ The Sylvee
Jun 29 - Lansing, MI @ Grewal Hall at 224
Jul 13 - Atlantic City, NJ @ Bader Field
Jul 27 - Richmond, VA @ Brown's Island
Aug 15 - Brisbane, QLD @ The Triffid
Aug 16 - Thornbury, VIC @ The Croxton Bandroom
Aug 17 - Sydney, NSW @ Crowbar
Aug 18 - Sydney, NSW @ Crowbar
Aug 20 - Wellington, NZ @ San Fran
Aug 21 - Auckland, New Zealand @ Whammy Bar
Nov 29 - Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre of Living Arts
Dec 06 - London, United Kingdom @ Underworld
Dec 07 - London, United Kingdom @ Underworld
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