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Sick of It All

Sick of It All Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 155,421
Category Hardcore, Punk
Concerts
May
03
Das Bett
Frankfurt Am Main
Tickets
May
04
Gruenspan
Hamburg
Tickets
May
07
Matrix Bochum
Bochum
Tickets
May
10
Rebellion
Manchester
Tickets
May
11
Phazed Out Festival 2024
Newcastle Upon Tyne
Tickets
May
12
Slay Glasgow
Glasgow
Tickets
May
14
The Castle & Falcon
Birmingham
Tickets
May
16
THÊ DEPØ VENUE
Plymouth
Tickets
May
17
The Craufurd Arms
Milton Keynes
Tickets
May
18
Village Underground
London
Tickets
Jul
08
Gebäude 9
Cologne
Tickets
Jul
10
Colos-Saal
Aschaffenburg
Tickets
Jul
17
Legend Club
Milano
Tickets
Jul
20
Dour Festival 2024
Dour
Tickets
Jul
23
Rock n'Eat
Lyon
Tickets
Jul
24
SECRET PLACE
Saint-jean-de-védas
Tickets
Jul
28
Crash
Freiburg Im Breisgau
Tickets
About Sick of It All
Sick Of It All is a nyhc band formed by brothers Lou (vocals) and Pete Koller (guitar), Armand Majidi (drums) and Rich Cipriano (bass) in 1986. Hailing from the borough of Queens in New York City, Sick Of It All was formed alongside NYHC bands Straight Ahead, and Rest In Pieces which both featured Majidi and current Sick Of It All bass player Craig Setari. Majidi joined forces with the Koller brothers and Rich Cipriano to record the Sick Of It All demo in 1986, after original bassist Mark McNielly and drummer David Lamb didn't find their musical footing. The band began to play Sunday afternoon matinees at renowned hardcore venue CBGB's, occasionally sharing the bill with Straight Ahead or Rest In Pieces, and soon after released a self-titled 7" on Revelation Records (which was later re-issued on the tenth anniversary of its release, in 1997). The band released their first full-length, Blood, Sweat And No Tears on Relativity Records in 1989, which rapidly became an underground classic. Their follow-up, the legendary Just Look Around released in 1992, confirmed the band as the flag-bearer for a new era of hardcore. It also heralded European and Japanese tours, a significant line-up change and the chance to sign for a major record label. Amidst cries of 'sell-out' from fickle fans and under pressure from misguided music executives to rival the success of bands like Rancid and The Offspring, Sick Of It All released their heaviest record to date on major label EastWest Records, in the form of 1994's Scratch The Surface. The record was a brutal response to those who assumed the band would create a more radio-friendly sound, as the band took aim at rule-makers, rapists and Hardcore reality. They even found time to record the hilarious "Step Down" video - a biting parody of Hardcore dancing that showcases the band's oft-overlooked sense of humour. The record was also the first recorded with long-time friend and former Straight Ahead, Rest In Pieces, Youth of Today and Agnostic Front bassist Craig Setari, who had replaced Rich Cipriano in early 1993. But not everything was running to plan. Born Against, another NYHC band who insisted in an infamous radio argument between the two bands that Sick Of It All's decision to sign for a major record label was the antithesis of what hardcore music was about. Born Against's major argument was that it allowed the label the censor the band, but they also seemed to fear a commercial success of the tougher side of hardcore. In the argument people of both sides almost seem to make parodies of themselves. Worse still for the band, in December 1992, a mentally-ill student wearing a Sick Of It All shirt shot and killed two people at a Massachusetts school, and wounded several others. After being inundated with claims that they initiated violence at shows and through their music, the band eloquently defended their craft in the liberal media (particularly The New York Times), but offered a more forceful indictment on the knee-jerk reactions of conservative America in the form of the scathing "Goatless" off the Scratch The Surface album. The success of Scratch The Surface allowed the band to tour worldwide, and it was not until 1997 that they released their second record on the EastWest label, Built To Last. More punk-inspired than their previous effort, Built To Last produced a number of live staples for the band, including "Us vs. Them," "Busted" and the always-played "Good Lookin' Out." The album also marked the end of Sick Of It All's contractual agreement with EastWest and, having received dubiously little money from the sale of any of their records, it was with some relief that the band left the label for pastures anew. In 1998, Sick Of It All signed to independent record label Fat Wreck Chords, owned and run by Fat Mike of Californian band NOFX. After releasing the "Potential For A Fall" single - for which another side-splitting video was filmed, Call To Arms was released in February 1999. The album featured relatively few traditional hardcore tracks, as the intensely personal lyrics of songs like "Let Go," "The Future Is Mine," "Morally Confused" "Hindsight," and "Martin" shone through. There's even a love song on the album, in the form of the touching "Sanctuary." Less critically acclaimed was the 2000 follow-up, Yours Truly. Despite containing some of the bands favoured live tracks, including "Blown Away," "The Bland Within," "District" and "America," some fans felt alienated by the album's progressive nature and in a recent interview, frontman Lou Koller claimed that the album's cover art probably contributed to its poor reception. In 2001, Sick Of It All released their classic home video The Story So Far, and a year later a live record was released as part of Fat Wreck's Live In A Dive series. The album showcases tracks from Sick Of It All's entire career up to that point in time, and is generally regarded as an excellent example of the incredible intensity and energy generated by the band and its fans. 2003 saw Sick Of It All release their seventh studio album: Life on the Ropes. For some, it was a return to the form of old as the band lashed out against political oppression, violence and complacency in an album reminiscent of their earlier Scratch The Surface opus. In 2004, the band also released an album of b-sides, covers and rare tracks entitled Outtakes For The Outcast, which contains some must-have Sick Of It All recordings. In early 2005, Sick Of It All signed on to metal/hardcore label, Abacus Recordings to record the follow-up to Fat Wreck's Life On The Ropes. The new album, titled Death To Tyrants promises to keep up with Sick Of It All's track record as a unique hardcore outfit and is slated for a release sometime in 2006. in 2006 Sick Of It All released the stunning "Death To Tyants" a brutal assault on the senses They toured the US and Europe multiple times, and they are touring Europe throughout November and December with Madball and others. They filmed a video for "Take The Night Off" and got play on Headbanger's Ball on MTV as well as FUSE and other video outlets. They return to NYC in late December and join Hatebreed in co-headlining the Stillborn FEST at 5 huge shows across the northeast. In 2007 Abacus Recordings Released OUR IMPACT WILL BE FELT-A TRIBUTE TO SICK OF IT ALL. Featuring bands that sick of it all influenced doing covers of Sick Of It all Songs. This brilliant recording features performances by Rise Against, Madball, No Redeeming Social Value, Hatebreed, The Bouncing Souls, Napalm Death, Pennywise, Sepultura, Walls of Jericho, and many more. Not merely through their longevity, but also via a back catalogue of essential Hardcore releases and one of the most dynamic live sets ever seen, Sick Of It All have established themselves as one of hardcore's most vital bands. From the snarling anger of early tracks such as "Friends Like You" and "My Revenge," to the socio-political commentary of songs like "Just Look Around" and "Call To Arms," from indictments of the music industry in "Disco Sucks, Fuck Everything" and "Paper Tiger (Fakin' The Punk)," to the positive unity inspired by tracks like "Step Down" and "Chip Away," Sick Of It All will continue to remain a vibrant and relevant member of the punk community, long after the band decides to call it quits. In 1995, the somewhat dubious German label Lost And Found Records released in Europe only, Spreading The Hardcore Reality and Live In A World Full Of Hate, the latter of which was supposedly recorded live in New Jersey in 1993, but was actually recorded at a chaotic show in Berlin in 1994. This bootleg ruse was created because of the band's contractual obligations at the time. Numerous Sick Of It All fans have tattoos of the "Alleyway Dragon" - the band's official logo. Some people have claimed that the band misappropriated a gang symbol, but the band often claims that the Alleyway Crew was never an actual gang to begin with. A gang of friends, perhaps, but never one with criminal intent. They claim the dragon is a symbol of friendship. The "Alleyway" is a school yard in Flushing, Queens, where the band and all of its friends would gather.
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Genres
Hardcore, Punk
Band members
Craig Setari - Bass, Armand Majidi - Drums, Lou Koller - Vocals, Pete Koller - Guitars
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What fans are saying
Rita
5 / 5
The venue was outstanding and the bands prior to Sick of It All and Life of Agony were holding their own just fine! Truly a good time.
Knockdown Center Maspeth, NY
Aug 30, 2023
Thomas
4 / 5
Loud and fast with circle pit and wall of death, great show. 3 Bands for 30 Euro only - but they played only 1h each, also SOIA.
WERK2 - Halle A Leipzig, Germany
Nov 11, 2019
Austin
5 / 5
It was fucking amazing all the bands fucking killed it but sick of it all over all ware fucking amazing they never disappoint
Crowbar Tampa, FL
Apr 01, 2019
Genice
5 / 5
Never disappoints and always delivers! Still one of the best NY Hardcore bands of our generation and still going strong.
Galatos Auckland, New Zealand
Feb 07, 2024
MM
5 / 5
One of the best shows I've seen. Next time have an all ages so I can bring my son.
Cattivo Pittsburgh, PA
Jun 04, 2019
El
4 / 5
Excellent show, great venue! Sick of it all was amazing, just the crowd missed a little more motivation
Le Studio TD Montreal, QC
Mar 31, 2023
Laura
5 / 5
Awesome energetic show! They just keep getting better and better every time I see them play. 💜
Oriental Theater Denver, CO
Sep 18, 2022
Cullen
5 / 5
They always put on a great show. Tons of intensity and a nice mix of old/new songs.
Madrid Theatre Kansas City, MO
Dec 11, 2018
Edd
5 / 5
Sick Of It All was awesome as always! High energy show and always worth seeing...
Stone Pony Asbury Park, NJ
Dec 17, 2018
rob NYHC
5 / 5
Awesome night SOIA crushed it. Got the hip hop crowd to get a pit going!
Terminal 5 New York, NY
Oct 25, 2022
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Sick of It All Tour Cities
Dour, Belgium Milton Keynes, United Kingdom Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom Lyon, France Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany Manchester, United Kingdom Hamburg, Germany London, United Kingdom Glasgow, United Kingdom Plymouth, United Kingdom Cologne, Germany Bochum, Germany Saint-Jean-de-Védas, France Milano, Italy Frankfurt am Main, Germany Birmingham, United Kingdom Aschaffenburg, Germany

Frequently Asked Questions About Sick of It All

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Sick of It All on tour?

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

How many upcoming tour dates is Sick of It All scheduled to play?

Sick of It All is scheduled to play 17 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Sick of It All tour start?

Sick of It All’s tour starts May 03, 2024 and ends on Jul 28, 2024. They will play 17 cities; their most recent concert was held in Frankfurt Am Main at Das Bett and their next upcoming concert will be in Milton Keynes at The Craufurd Arms.

What venues is Sick of It All performing at?

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

2024 Tour Dates:

May 03 - Frankfurt Am Main, Germany @ Das Bett
May 04 - Hamburg, Germany @ Gruenspan
May 07 - Bochum, 07 @ Matrix Bochum
May 10 - Manchester, United Kingdom @ Rebellion
May 11 - Newcastle Upon Tyne, England @ The Cluny
May 12 - Glasgow, Scotland @ Slay Glasgow
May 14 - Birmingham, United Kingdom @ The Castle & Falcon
May 16 - Plymouth, England @ THÊ DEPØ VENUE
May 17 - Milton Keynes, United Kingdom @ The Craufurd Arms
May 18 - London, United Kingdom @ Village Underground
Jul 08 - Cologne, Germany @ Gebäude 9
Jul 10 - Aschaffenburg, 02 @ Colos-Saal
Jul 17 - Milano, Lombardia @ Legend Club
Jul 20 - Dour, Belgium @ Plaine De La Machine A Feu
Jul 23 - Lyon, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes @ Rock n'Eat
Jul 24 - Saint-jean-de-védas, 34 @ SECRET PLACE
Jul 28 - Freiburg Im Breisgau, BW @ Crash
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