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Taking Back Sunday

Taking Back Sunday Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 1,185,155
Category Rock, Alternative
Concerts
May
23
Aztec Theatre
San Antonio
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May
24
South Side Ballroom
Dallas
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May
25
Stubb's Waller Creek Amphitheater
Austin
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May
26
White Oak Music Hall
Houston
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May
27
Tannahill's Tavern & Music Hall
Fort Worth
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May
29
The Van Buren
Phoenix
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May
31
Let's Go! Music Festival 2024
Crownsville
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Jun
01
The Warfield
San Francisco
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Jun
02
Hard Rock Live Sacramento
Wheatland
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Jun
04
McMenamins Crystal Ballroom
Portland
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Jun
05
Showbox SoDo
Seattle
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Jun
06
Knitting Factory Concert House
Spokane
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Jun
08
Union Hall
Edmonton
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Jun
09
MacEwan Hall Concerts
Calgary
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Jun
11
The Union Event Center
Salt Lake City
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Jun
12
Mission Ballroom
Denver
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Jun
14
Harrah's Council Bluffs Hotel and Casino
Council Bluffs
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Jun
15
The Pageant
St Louis
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Jun
16
Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival 2024
Manchester
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Jun
18
House of Blues Cleveland
Cleveland
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Jun
19
Egyptian Room at Old National Centre
Indianapolis
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Jun
20
Summerfest 2024
Milwaukee
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Jun
21
The Fillmore Minneapolis
Minneapolis
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Jul
24
Stage AE
Pittsburgh
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Jul
25
KEMBA Live!
Columbus
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Jul
26
Royal Oak Music Theatre
Detroit
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Jul
27
Buffalo RiverWorks
Buffalo
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Jul
28
Toronto's Festival of Beer 2024
Toronto
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Jul
30
MegaCorp Pavilion
Newport
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Aug
01
House of Blues Orlando
Lake Buena Vista
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Aug
02
Revolution Live at the Backyard
Fort Lauderdale
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Aug
03
Jannus Live
St Petersburg
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Aug
04
Tabernacle
Atlanta
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Aug
06
House of Blues Myrtle Beach
North Myrtle Beach
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Aug
08
The Fillmore Charlotte
Charlotte
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Aug
09
The Ritz
Raleigh
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Aug
11
Bottle & Cork
Dewey Beach
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Aug
13
The Dome at Toyota Oakdale Theatre
Wallingford
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Aug
14
MGM Music Hall at Fenway
Boston
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Aug
16
The Fillmore Philadelphia
Philadelphia
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Aug
17
The Rooftop at Pier 17
New York
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Aug
18
The Rooftop at Pier 17
New York
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Aug
21
The Greek Theatre
Los Angeles
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Oct
19
When We Were Young 2024
Las Vegas
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About Taking Back Sunday
They’ve been making music together as a band for more than 20 years, have sold millions of albums—and along the way, amassed a devoted, international fan base. But ask the members of Taking Back Sunday if they still feel a burning desire to make a powerful impact and connect in a big way, and there’s not a moment of hesitation in the response. “I’m gonna try and conquer the world every time,” says lead singer Adam Lazzara with a smile.” Adds drummer Mark O’Connell: ”When we’re writing songs, the one thing we ask ourselves is, ‘will it make people feel something?’ You try to make people feel emotion. That’s the one goal we went in with, and I think we did it.” This unrelenting pursuit of greatness lies at the heart of 152, Taking Back Sunday’s long-awaited, thrilling eighth studio album (and Fantasy Records debut) out October 27, 2023. Written and refined over the course of several years, the group’s first full-length offering since 2016’s Tidal Wave is a passionate, melody-infused confessional from a band forever known for its honesty and vulnerability. The 10-track LP was produced by Tushar Apte (whom the band met through a mutual collaboration with DJ Steve Aoki) and mixed by Neal Avron (Twenty One Pilots, Bleachers). “What Mark describes was the process for “Amphetamine Smiles,” notes lead guitarist John Nolan. “When I brought that demo in, the band was vocal about making changes but not from some negative motivation. You have to be able to trust and listen to try to make the song better. We all had to do that constantly throughout the process of making this album, and it shows.” “I genuinely feel we’re the band that hasn’t stopped and keeps getting better,” says Lazzara proudly of Taking Back Sunday’s unwavering creative spark. Adds bassist Shaun Cooper: “I really feel the sky’s the limit!” When Taking Back Sunday first sat down together in late 2019 to begin working in earnest on what became 152, the band laid out some ground rules from the outset. They weren’t out to simply add more songs to their already-storied catalog, but rather make a piece of art they could be proud of. “We sat down and said, “Look, nothing mediocre is gonna stay,” recalls Lazzara. “So if you have a mediocre idea, keep simmering on it.” To that end, so many of the songs that comprise 152 were workshopped like never before. As the band members explain, over the years they’ve learned to love letting a piece of music develop from its initial idea all the way to its sometimes drastically-different finished form. It’s a journey they’ve undoubtebly been on many times before when making previous albums, but as they found out when making 152, it’s one that continues to thrill them and keep things fresh. Lazzara gets animated as he describes how so many songs on 152 morphed over the multi-year writing and recording process. Whether it was “S’old” transforming from a punky, Green Day-style rocker into a slow-building, emotion-dripping plea for acceptance, or “I Am The Only One Who Knows You,” which evolved from a galloping rock song into a beatific ballad, so many of the songs that comprise 152 found Taking Back Sunday continually surprising one another with musical ideas in new and exciting ways. “You would think after 20 years we know what each other is going to do,” offers Lazzara. “But there were so many times making this record where you would hear the initial idea and think, ‘I know where this is going,’ but then was super surprised where it ended up. It’s those kinds of surprises that make it so exciting. That’s why we all still want it so badly.” Adds Cooper: “If you can predict what each other is going to do, then it just becomes a job. It’s not an artistic expression. You’re not trying to grow.” A major part of that growth is heard explicitly in 152’s unguarded lyrics: 20-plus years into Taking Back Sunday, Lazzara and Nolan are peeling back the curtain like never before. From the heartfelt recollections of the album’s epic opener “Amphetamine Smiles,” (We talked until the sun came up/It meant so much/we can’t remember what/You better save yourself before you try and save somebody else”), to the expressive yearning in lead single “The One” (“You were the one/Put me at ease/Brought out my best/I let you in/You ignored the mess/You didn’t mind”), listeners are invited into the songwriter’s collective heart. “It’s often hard to turn off those other voices in your head: ‘OK, we gotta do what people expect. This is our lane,’ explains Lazzara. “I have to step out of that skin. We learned with Tidal Wave that if it’s the four of us playing it’s going to sound like Taking Back Sunday. Once we really embraced that sentiment, the world was our oyster. We were freed up to take chances.” On the subject of the band’s renowned live performances, O’Connell didn’t mince words. “There’s no question, when it comes to the stage, no one is getting left behind,” he declared. “No one wants to be the weak link. We all want to step up our game up because we love it. The amount of effort we give on stage is crazy, especially with Nathan Cogan Post, who performs with us on the road. He’s a very big part of that effort as well. When you get a little older, you don’t want to waste time, time is what we got, so let’s make the most of it.” When it came time to title the project, 152 was the only option. A section of road in North Carolina between Highpoint, Chapel Hill and Raleigh where the band and their friends would meet up as teenagers before seeing shows, 152 has become synomynous with Taking Back Sunday and has appeared in some form on every one of their album covers. “We wanted something that represents us as a band and who we are now,” says Cooper of the title. “The universe was pointing us in that direction. This is what we have to do.” Adds Lazzara, “It was right there waiting for us. It was a nod to all our friends and our people.” Revitalized and unusually optimistic, Taking Back Sunday is ready to embrace what lies ahead. “Normally it’s like, this is working right now, let’s just go with it and see what happens,” admits Lazzara. “But the process of making this record has helped get me to a point where I’m looking ahead. I’m so excited about the possibilities. You’ve got to keep moving forward. We need to continue building onto this wonderful world.”
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Genres
Rock, Alternative
Band members
Shaun Cooper, John Nolan, Adam Lazzara, Mark O'Connell
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What fans are saying
Aria
5 / 5
Awesome show, Adam Lazzara's eyes can get you feeling a certain type of way 😏 also I've heard previously that they suck live but that was not the case at my show they rocked!
T-Mobile Arena Las Vegas, NV
Oct 08, 2022
George
5 / 5
Taking Back Sunday put on an amazing g show! I haven't seen them since pre-Covid and they haven't missed a beat. Fun mix of new and old songs with their stories mixed in.
Live Stream Live Stream
Nov 03, 2023
Sarah
5 / 5
What a fantastic show!!! Supposedly, there were other bands on the ticket but I only remember TBS; they were incredibly awesome and made me feel all the college feels, again 🧡💜💚
The National Richmond, VA
Sep 26, 2021
Mary
5 / 5
I grew up, listening to them, but at 37 This was my first time seeing them live and my first time crowd surfing …… absolutely got me hooked!!! Great Show
Starland Ballroom Sayreville, NJ
May 26, 2023
T.j.
5 / 5
The band sounded excellent, I would say better than most of the times I’ve seen them mainly because of the acoustics of the sugar land theater... Made it absolutely incredible!
Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land Sugar Land, TX
Aug 04, 2018
Kevin
5 / 5
Amazing, Amazing show. Band was top notch and sounded fantastic, best they ever have. Hearing deep cut songs from the albums was great, and the vip experience was amazing. 10/10
Marathon Music Works Nashville, TN
Oct 23, 2019
kate
5 / 5
one of the best nights of my life right here !!! thank you everyone in the crowd for looking after each other and lifting me up😭<3 SADDEST SUMMER EVER!!
Skyline Stage at the Mann Philadelphia, PA
Jul 16, 2023
Michael
5 / 5
It was awesome. It was a very personal experience. Adam and John were talking right to my wife and I, and played “Cute” requested by us. Really great time.
Looney Tunes Acoustic In-Store West Babylon, NY
Mar 04, 2019
Moose
5 / 5
INCREDIBLE! Best I’ve ever heard them sound. Kudos to the sound techs and the band. Played WYWTB with the coin flip. Can’t wait for Louder Now tomorrow night!! 🤘🏼
The Complex Salt Lake City, UT
May 05, 2019
Eric
5 / 5
Fantastic show 4th time seeing Coheed my absolute favorite band and my second show for TBS and they were stellar just like the first time I saw them
Red Hat Ampitheater Raleigh, NC
Dec 14, 2018
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Taking Back Sunday Tour Cities
Pittsburgh, PA Philadelphia, PA Detroit, MI New York City, NY Fort Worth, TX Newport, KY Houston, TX Phoenix, AZ Raleigh, NC Edmonton, AB Wallingford, CT St. Louis, MO Wheatland, CA San Francisco, CA Dewey Beach, DE St Petersburg, FL Minneapolis, MN Dallas, TX Buffalo, NY Charlotte, NC Las Vegas, NV Lake Buena Vista, FL Manchester, TN Denver, CO Atlanta, GA Cleveland, OH Austin, TX Boston, MA Seattle, WA Council Bluffs, IA North Myrtle Beach, SC Toronto, ON Milwaukee, WI Calgary, AB Indianapolis, IN Fort Lauderdale, FL Spokane, WA Crownsville, MD Portland, OR Salt Lake City, UT Columbus, OH San Antonio, TX Los Angeles, CA

Frequently Asked Questions About Taking Back Sunday

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Taking Back Sunday on tour?

Yes, Taking Back Sunday is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Taking Back Sunday concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Taking Back Sunday tour is scheduled for 44 dates across 43 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Taking Back Sunday scheduled to play?

Taking Back Sunday is scheduled to play 44 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Taking Back Sunday tour start?

Taking Back Sunday’s tour starts May 23, 2024 and ends on Oct 19, 2024. They will play 43 cities; their most recent concert was held in San Antonio at Aztec Theatre and their next upcoming concert will be in Philadelphia at The Fillmore Philadelphia.

What venues is Taking Back Sunday performing at?

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

2024 Tour Dates:

May 23 - San Antonio, TX @ Aztec Theatre
May 24 - Dallas, TX @ South Side Ballroom
May 25 - Austin, TX @ Stubb's Waller Creek Amphitheater
May 26 - Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall
May 27 - Fort Worth, TX @ Tannahill's Tavern & Music Hall
May 29 - Phoenix, AZ @ The Van Buren
May 31 - Crownsville, MD @ Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds
Jun 01 - San Francisco, CA @ The Warfield
Jun 02 - Wheatland, CA @ Hard Rock Live Sacramento
Jun 04 - Portland, OR @ McMenamins Crystal Ballroom
Jun 05 - Seattle, WA @ Showbox SoDo
Jun 06 - Spokane, WA @ Knitting Factory Concert House
Jun 08 - Edmonton, AB @ Union Hall
Jun 09 - Calgary, AB @ MacEwan Hall Concerts
Jun 11 - Salt Lake City, UT @ The Union Event Center
Jun 12 - Denver, CO @ Mission Ballroom
Jun 14 - Council Bluffs, IA @ Harrah's Council Bluffs Hotel and Casino
Jun 15 - St Louis, MO @ The Pageant
Jun 16 - Manchester, Tennessee @ Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival
Jun 18 - Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues Cleveland
Jun 19 - Indianapolis, IN @ Egyptian Room at Old National Centre
Jun 20 - Milwaukee, WI @ Henry W. Maier Festival Park
Jun 21 - Minneapolis, MN @ The Fillmore Minneapolis
Jul 24 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE
Jul 25 - Columbus, OH @ KEMBA Live!
Jul 26 - Detroit, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre
Jul 27 - Buffalo, NY @ Buffalo RiverWorks
Jul 28 - Toronto, ON @ Bandshell Park at Exhibition Place
Jul 30 - Newport, KY @ MegaCorp Pavilion
Aug 01 - Lake Buena Vista, FL @ House of Blues Orlando
Aug 02 - Fort Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution Live at the Backyard
Aug 03 - St Petersburg, FL @ Jannus Live
Aug 04 - Atlanta, GA @ Tabernacle
Aug 06 - North Myrtle Beach, SC @ House of Blues Myrtle Beach
Aug 08 - Charlotte, NC @ The Fillmore Charlotte
Aug 09 - Raleigh, NC @ The Ritz
Aug 11 - Dewey Beach, DE @ Bottle & Cork
Aug 13 - Wallingford, CT @ The Dome at Toyota Oakdale Theatre
Aug 14 - Boston, MA @ MGM Music Hall at Fenway
Aug 16 - Philadelphia, PA @ The Fillmore Philadelphia
Aug 17 - New York, NY @ The Rooftop at Pier 17
Aug 18 - New York, NY @ The Rooftop at Pier 17
Aug 21 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Greek Theatre
Oct 19 - Las Vegas, NV @ Las Vegas Festival Grounds
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