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New Years Day

New Years Day Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 201,569
Category Hard Rock, Rock
Concerts
Sep
28
The Apollo Theatre Ac
Belvidere
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Sep
29
Louder Than Life 2024
Louisville
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Sep
29
The Admiral Theater
Omaha
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Oct
01
The Historic El Rey Theater
Albuquerque
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Oct
02
Rialto Theatre
Tucson
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Oct
05
Tioga Sequoia Brewery
Fresno
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Oct
07
Roseland Theater
Portland
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Oct
08
Knitting Factory Concert House
Boise
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Oct
09
Showbox SoDo
Seattle
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Oct
11
Midtown Ballroom/Domino Room/Annex
Bend
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Oct
12
Aftershock 2024
Sacramento
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Oct
15
Mesa Theater
Grand Junction
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Oct
16
Ogden Theatre
Denver
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Oct
17
The Cotillion Ballroom
Wichita
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Oct
19
Capitol Theatre
Davenport
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Oct
22
EPIC Event Center
Green Bay
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Oct
23
Egyptian Room at Old National Centre
Indianapolis
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Oct
25
Sharkey's Bar and Grill
Liverpool
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Oct
26
The Wellmont Theater
Montclair
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Oct
27
Palladium
Worcester
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Oct
29
Empire Live
Albany
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Oct
30
Aura
Portland
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Nov
01
Sherman Theater
Stroudsburg
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Nov
02
Mulcahy's Pub and Concert Hall
Wantagh
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Nov
03
Lovedraft's Brewing Co
Mechanicsburg
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Jan
21
TivoliVredenburg
Utrecht
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Jan
22
Luxor
Köln
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Jan
23
Les Étoiles
Paris
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Jan
25
Engine Rooms
Southampton
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Jan
26
The Key Club
Leeds
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Jan
27
Thekla
Bristol
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Jan
29
Slay Glasgow
Glasgow
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Jan
30
O2 Academy Birmingham
Birmingham
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Jan
31
O2 Academy Islington
London
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Feb
01
Manchester Academy 3
Manchester
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About New Years Day
New album Unbreakable is out now: RED.lnk.to/Unbreakable Appropriately enough for a band named New Years Day, their stunning new Unbreakable album signifies a new outlook—as well as a high-water mark for the Cali-bred lineup. Yet it was a rocky roadto Unbreakable, as singer Ash Costello explains: “If I had to look at my life like a timeline of colors, when I wrote our last album, Malevolence (2015), it was pitch, charcoal black. But in the last couple years, the band cut off toxic people, built a new business team, and we’re stronger than we’ve ever been. So when we went to make Unbreakable, I wanted the process to be fun, to reflect our renewed vibe and energy,” she says. “We set out to write the poppiest metal album, or the most metal pop album.” On Unbreakable, that mission is accomplished. It’s a dozen intense, boundary-melding songs that may touch on metal or goth, but are ultimately undeniable modern rock ‘n’ roll tunes, no-holds-barred, done the New Years Day way. The public got its first taste of Unbreakable in November 2018, with the booming, ultra-dynamic “Skeletons.” The song surpassed 1 million worldwide streams, the first proof that Unbreakable was going to be unbeatable. “Shut Up,” with ultra-melodic, breathy vocals and a hardcore message, plus the dark taunt and industrial grind of ‘Come For Me,” with its irresistible chorus, capture a young band in its creative prime, and a singer solidly in charge of her vision. Costello, raised in Anaheim, grew up worshiping the powerful voice and presence of another local girl:No Doubt’s Gwen Stefani. Like her childhood idol, Costello was singing in bands by high school. But it wasn’t until a few years into NYD’s career that everything gelled. “I feel like New Years Day was really born when our EP Epidemic (2014) came out; it was the first taste of who we really are,” Costello says. “Everything before that feels like a different band, and technically was. Then Malevolence came out, it was sort of our punch in the dick to the music industry, and we did our first headlining tour in 2015.” Malevolence hit #45 on the Billboard 200, thanks to the radio hits "Defame Me" and “Kill Or Be Killed." In 2017, the band headlined the Vans Warped Tour; did a month-longfestival run with Halestorm; and appeared on the Punk Goes Pop compilation, covering Kehlani's "Gangsta" from the movie Suicide Squad.Unbreakable showcases a New Years Day stripped bare—literally. The “boys in the band” left behind their white face makeup, which all admit was somewhat of a “safety blanket.” Likewise, Costello stripped down her songwriting. “I used to think lyrics needed to have metaphorical veils and be super-dense and paint a picture but leave it up to the interpretation.” But for Unbreakable, she says with characteristic forthrightness: “I was, ‘fuck that, I’m literally going to say exactly what I want to say.’ Yeah, there’s some metaphorical stuff, but this is me moving into a more literal direction.” Songs like “Shut Up” blend a musical vulnerability with tough lyrics, not an easy task. But thanks in part to doing covers—of Kehalni, Pantera and others—New Years Day discovered their own versatility and creativity. “We made those songs work for our band, and that was the first time I realized we could go that direction in our own writing, make the super-melodic and the dirty, ratchety stuff work together. ‘Shut Up’ was written in a day, which just doesn’t happen. I was going through some heavy personal stuff, and I was just, ‘don’t tell me what I want, shut up and give it to me!’” If “Shut Up” was nearly instantaneous, “Come For Me” took a year to write. It’s truly a fight song-- “If you have a problem with me, I’ll put you on the guest list, come for me; we’ll fight it out,” offers up Costello. But? “It also sounds dirty,” she laughs. “I’m just trying to write songs that strippers can strip to: a good beat and some sexy-ass lyrics!” The dichotomy between Costello’s two sides—embodied in her red and black hair, and even her tattoos (one side inked, the other not) has coalesced in the songs on Unbreakable. But the painful part of the creative journey to Unbreakable began long before “Skeletons” was written. Before writing “Skeletons” in 2018, NYD did an album’s worth of songs…. then threw them out. Literally. “It wasn’t someone who else told us they didn’t like our record. It was US, the band, saying ‘THIS IS NOT IT,’” Costello recalls. New Years Day weren’t feeling that elusive “it” midway through the process. Yet Costello “was trying to be hopeful and stick it out.” The turning point came in 2017 when NYD listened to their effort from start to finish with their old business team, and it didn’t feel good or right. So, in a moment of bravery— “a very scary moment,” NYD canned the record and their business affiliations. “I trust the universe,” says Costello. “And it took us where we needed to go. That door was meant to close that day. That group of songs are gone. But Unbreakable came out of it, and also our new label and management. “It was about taking control of our art. We did, and everything good followed.” A couple of those good things were writers/producers Mitch Marlow (All That Remains, In This Moment) and Scott Stevens (Halestorm, Shinedown). Each were writing with Costello, but she brought the pair, who had never met, together. “Both became producers and ended up splitting the album, which is unheard of. But they were super passionate about me as an artist and the band, the record, and what we have built,” Costello says. “They fit like puzzle pieces. Marlow brings the blood and guts, Stevens the melodies. “You put the two guys together, and I’m the person who embodies both sides, musically. I’m a little horror, a little blood and guts, and a little ‘I love Mickey Mouse’ happy. It’s a little ugly, it’s a little pretty. Now the music is finally reflecting that. “The risk New Years Day’s took has earned them copious rewards, and those “pitch, charcoal” days—which were equally daunting times for guitarist Nikki Misery and bassist Frankie Sil—are in the rear view. There were times when Costello felt she might not survive—”and it shows in Malevolence. But the past couple years, the communication among the band is incredible. We’ve got this shit. We’re tight. We’ve lifted ourselves out of the dirt.” The reignited band unity and honesty boosted the creation of Unbreakable, resulting in an album that tough critic Misery calls “groundbreaking.” There were the times when Costello would “call Nikki or Frankie, looking for a pep talk. I don’t ever want to be stagnant; I wanted to push myself vocally, in my writing, better melodies, everything. So I put the pressure on myself.” Misery, in keeping with his rebellious punky energy, is a “tough love kind of person.” But he had his singer’s back. “He can pick me up. There aren’t a lot of people I’ll listen to in this world; I’ve learned so much on my own, school of hard knocks, but Nikki can tell me the truth and I’ll listen,” says Costello. Ditto Frankie, who describes two his band mates as “best friends. It’s a Mick Jagger/Keith Richards sort of relationship; they have this insane chemistry.” With lead guitarist Austin Ingerman bringing his multi-faceted musicality to NYD (he cites everyone from Randy Rhoads to Slash to Stevie Ray Vaughan as influences) the members of New Years Day finally feel “Unbreakable.” Bascially, title track says it all: “I stepped on broken glass / Walking through the past / Feeling every cut that crippled me / Been through it all before / Won’t go back anymore / I’ve gone too far … You can’t shatter me now / I’m Unbreakable.”
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Genres
Hard Rock, Rock
Band members
Ash Costello, Nikki Misery, Frankie Sil, Austin Ingerman
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What fans are saying
Aaron
5 / 5
Great show by all four bands that played, Generation Zero played a energetic set, Polarity was a pleasant surprise of a female vocalist with a beautiful combination of a heavier instrumental with a softer voice, Savage After Midnight just straight balled on stage and of course New Year's Day really rocked the show after some technical issues were resolved
Mod Club Theatre Toronto, Canada
Jul 06, 2019
Shawn
5 / 5
1st timer put on great show love women bands stitched up heart they play with and Halestorm have touched my heart. Bands sign bought album for collection and only band not to sign. Least got new music one day will get signed main reason I go to is to talk and meet.
94.1 JJO's - The Taste of Madison w/Nonpoint and Red Madison, WI
Sep 02, 2019
Elaina
5 / 5
Such a special night for me.. the last conceded I get to go to before boot camp for the Navy and I am so so grateful to see NYD again before I leave. They have had such an impact on my life and they will forever have a place in my heart.
Hawthorne Theatre Portland, OR
Aug 05, 2019
Jim
5 / 5
Been going to concerts since the sixties and this was the best so far. All three bands put their most out there for the fans. Couldn’t ask for a better experience. NYD rocks. Great lineup, very energetic, wound up for hours after. Thanks again to all.
Chameleon Club Lancaster, PA
Jul 04, 2019
S.Hubs.
5 / 5
The fact that this was free blew my mind. I got to hear hear an accoustic performance, Q&A (album title revealed!), and met one of my favorite bands. Completely surreal to me. They're an absolutely amazing group of people and I'm just so happy I met them.
Sony Square New York, NY
Feb 10, 2019
Sara
5 / 5
They were amazing! I’ve seen them over 20 times and they keep getting better and better. New Years Day always gets the crowd pumped up! If you get a chance to see this band, are you are in for a FUCKING KILLER TIME!
House of Blues Houston Houston, TX
Apr 26, 2019
Jason
4 / 5
Fun interactive show. Maybe a touch too much talking, but pretty good. A lot of screaming bits were pre-recorded which was a little lame, but still entertaining. They came out into the crowd for one song which is always cool.
Mod Club Theatre Toronto, Canada
Jul 06, 2019
Alexis
5 / 5
Been a fan of the band since 2014, first time I ended up seeing them live. They were better than I could ever imagine. I’ve watched live performances of theirs online but it is nothing compared to physically hearing/seeing the show.
Hertz Arena Estero, FL
Nov 17, 2023
Christian
3 / 5
Leider viel zu kurz der Auftritt bei schlechter Akustik. Stimmung der Fans war unter den Umständen super. Warum startet die Band 19:45 wenn 20:00 auf der Eintrittskarte steht? Das neue Album ist so grandios, gemessen daran war die Show eine Enttäuschung.
Grosse Freiheit 36 Hamburg, Germany
Nov 20, 2019
Sarah
5 / 5
We met them before the show, they were super nice and they put on an amazing performance. Wish the meet and greet was longer but it was awesome just getting to talk to them for a couple minutes.
Arizona Pete's Greensboro, NC
Oct 25, 2022
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New Years Day Tour Cities
Paris, France London, United Kingdom Glasgow, United Kingdom Utrecht, Netherlands Birmingham, United Kingdom Bristol, United Kingdom Manchester, United Kingdom Leeds, United Kingdom Southampton, United Kingdom Louisville, KY Green Bay, WI Denver, CO Seattle, WA Belvidere, IL Bend, OR Grand Junction, CO Omaha, NE Boise, ID Mechanicsburg, PA Indianapolis, IN Liverpool, NY Wantagh, NY Montclair, NJ Portland, OR Stroudsburg, PA Albuquerque, NM Worcester, MA Fresno, CA Portland, ME Sacramento, CA Tucson, AZ Albany, NY Wichita, KS Davenport, IA

Frequently Asked Questions About New Years Day

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is New Years Day on tour?

Yes, New Years Day is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming New Years Day concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The New Years Day tour is scheduled for 35 dates across 34 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is New Years Day scheduled to play?

New Years Day is scheduled to play 35 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the New Years Day tour start?

New Years Day’s tour starts Sep 28, 2024 and ends on Feb 01, 2025. They will play 34 cities; their most recent concert was held in Belvidere at The Apollo Theatre Ac and their next upcoming concert will be in Paris at Les Étoiles.

What venues is New Years Day performing at?

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

2024 Tour Dates:

Sep 28 - Belvidere, IL @ The Apollo Theatre Ac
Sep 29 - Louisville, KY @ Highland Festival Grounds
Sep 29 - Omaha, NE @ The Admiral Theater
Oct 01 - Albuquerque, NM @ The Historic El Rey Theater
Oct 02 - Tucson, AZ @ Rialto Theatre
Oct 05 - Fresno, CA @ Tioga Sequoia Brewery
Oct 07 - Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater
Oct 08 - Boise, ID @ Knitting Factory Concert House
Oct 09 - Seattle, WA @ Showbox SoDo
Oct 11 - Bend, OR @ Midtown Ballroom/Domino Room/Annex
Oct 12 - Sacramento, CA @ Discovery Park
Oct 15 - Grand Junction, CO @ Mesa Theater
Oct 16 - Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre
Oct 17 - Wichita, KS @ The Cotillion Ballroom
Oct 19 - Davenport, IA @ Capitol Theatre
Oct 22 - Green Bay, WI @ EPIC Event Center
Oct 23 - Indianapolis, IN @ Egyptian Room at Old National Centre
Oct 25 - Liverpool, NY @ Sharkey's Bar and Grill
Oct 26 - Montclair, NJ @ The Wellmont Theater
Oct 27 - Worcester, MA @ Palladium
Oct 29 - Albany, NY @ Empire Live
Oct 30 - Portland, ME @ Aura
Nov 01 - Stroudsburg, PA @ Sherman Theater
Nov 02 - Wantagh, NY @ Mulcahy's Pub and Concert Hall
Nov 03 - Mechanicsburg, PA @ Lovedraft's Brewing Co

2025 Tour Dates:

Jan 21 - Utrecht, Netherlands @ TivoliVredenburg
Jan 22 - Köln, Germany @ Luxor
Jan 23 - Paris, 10 @ Les Étoiles
Jan 25 - Southampton, England @ Engine Rooms
Jan 26 - Leeds, United Kingdom @ The Key Club
Jan 27 - Bristol, England @ Thekla
Jan 29 - Glasgow, Scotland @ Slay Glasgow
Jan 30 - Birmingham, England @ O2 Academy Birmingham
Jan 31 - London, United Kingdom @ O2 Academy Islington
Feb 01 - Manchester, United Kingdom @ Manchester Academy 3
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