A Day To Remember Announce 15th Anniversary Tour With Papa Roach, Falling In Reverse, & The Devil Wears Prada

A Day To Remember have officially announced their 15th anniversary tour, where they plan to perform tracks spanning their full catalog. Papa Roach, Falling In Reverse, and The Devil Wears Prada will serve as support.

Tour Dates:

02/20 Grand Rapids, MI – Deltaplex Arena
02/22 Kansas City, MO – Arvest Bank Theatre
02/23 St. Louis, MO – Chaifetz Arena
02/24 Chicago, IL – UIC Pavilion
02/27 Salt Lake City, UT – The Great Saltair
02/28 Las Vegas, NV – The Joint
03/02 San Francisco, CA – San Francisco Armory
03/04 Mesa, AZ – Mesa Amphitheatre
03/06 San Antonio, TX – Sunken Garden Theater
03/07 Dallas, TX – The Bomb Factory
03/12 New York, NY – Hammerstein Ballroom
03/13 Baltimore, MD – UMBC Fieldhouse
03/15 Lowell, MA – Tsongas Center
03/16 Allentown, PA – PPL Center
03/17 Pittsburgh, PA – Petersen Events Center
03/19 Atlanta, GA – Coca-Cola Roxy
03/20 St. Augustine, FL – St. Augustine Amphitheatre


A Day To Remember Premiere “We Got This” Music Video

A Day To Remember have premiered a new video for their song “We Got This.” This song is from the band’s latest album, “Bad Vibrations.”

The group commented:

“Our new music video for ’We Got This’ is dedicated to the magic of live music. With footage from our time on the road dating back to 2009, the video celebrates all of the ADTR fans around the world who always come out to see us live and the traditions we’ve implemented into our live shows that help make them what they are. Maybe you’ll see yourself in the video and then hopefully we’ll see you again soon at another show.”

Concert Review: Avenged Sevenfold, A Day To Remember, & HO99O9 In Mountain View, CA

On July 28, I attended the Avenged Sevenfold, A Day To Remember, & HO99O9 concert at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, CA, and it was a great show.

HO99O9 opened up the night with an insane performance. The group’s recorded music is considered hip-hop, but in a live setting they sound straight up punk. theOGM and Eaddy’s vocals mixed with Brandon Pertzborn’s (Black Flag, Doyle) insane drumming made for a cool set, which was worth getting there early for.

After HO99O9, A Day To Remember came out for a fun set. The group’s performance began with the stage “talking” to the crowd to introduce the band. Then they came out and blasted right into “All I Want.” The band’s high energy set was made only better by their crowd participation efforts, ranging from having people throw toilet paper, bounce beach balls, and catch shirts from a t-shirt cannon. Frontman Jeremy McKinnon was a little disappointed that people couldn’t mosh or crowd surf up front, due to a lack of a pit area, but that didn’t stop the band from keeping the crowd engaged. Highlights from their set include the previously mentioned opener “All I Want,” “Naivety,” and “If It Means A Lot To You.”

Then it was time for the headliners of the night, Avenged Sevenfold! The band’s show started with outer space-like imagery recreating the cover art of the band’s latest album “The Stage” across several screens, along with flashing lightning. Synyster Gates, Zacky Vengeance, Johnny Christ and Brooks Wackerman (ex-Bad Religion) then entered the arena to launch into the aforementioned album’s title track, before M. Shadows ran out just in time for the vocals to kick in. Their musicianship was impeccable, between Gates and Vengeance’s amazing guitar harmonies, to Wackerman’s thunderous drumming. This combined with the various onscreen imagery to accompany each track, and fire blasts, made for one grand spectacle. The images were especially powerful, due to the way they helped the songs come to life in a story-like manner, as Shadows’ powerful voice narrated. It didn’t stop there either. Shadows even made sure the audience was a part of everything by having them do things like throwing their fists to the sky, yelling “hail” during “Hail To The King,” putting lighters/cell phones up for “So Far Away,” etc. The concert was really phenomenal on all levels. Highlights of the night included “Nightmare,” “Almost Easy,” “God Damn,” “Sunny Disposition,” “A Little Piece Of Heaven,” and their finale “Unholy Confessions.”

A Day To Remember Announce 2017 North American Tour With Moose Blood & Wage War

A Day To Remember have announced a North American tour with Moose Blood and Wage War. Check out the dates below.

Tour Dates:

07/29 — Fresno, Calif. @ Woodward Park Ampitheater (no Moose Blood)
08/02 — Las Vegas, Nev. @ Brooklyn Bowl (no Moose Blood)
08/06 — Papillion, Neb. @ Sumtur Ampitheater (no Moose Blood)
08/08 — St. Louis, Mo. @ The Pageant (no Moose Blood)
08/09 — Oklahoma City, Okla. @ Bricktown Events Center (no Moose Blood)
09/10 — Philadelphia, Pa. @ Self Help Festival
09/12 — Pittsburgh, Pa. @ Stage AE
09/13 — Indianapolis, Ind. @ Old National Center
09/30 — Orlando, Fla. @ Self Help Festival
10/03 — Houston, Texas @ Revention Music Center
10/04 — Dallas, Texas @ Gas Monkey Live!
10/06 — Clive, Iowa @ 7 Flags Event Center
10/07 — Detroit, Mich. @ Self Help Festival
10/08 — Buffalo, N.Y. @ Riverworks
10/10 — Montreal, Quebec @ Metropolis
10/11 — Toronto, Ontario @ Rebel
10/13 — Columbus, Ohio @ Express Live!
10/15 — Nashville, Tenn. @ Marathon Music Works
10/16 — Tulsa, Okla. @ Brady Theater
10/17 — Wichita, Kansas @ The Cotillion
10/19 — Phoenix, Ariz. @ Marquee Theatre

A Day To Remember To Receive The Keys To Their Hometown Ocala, FL

It looks like A Day To Remember will be given the keys to Ocala, FL. The honor will be bestowed upon them during a hometown show at Tuscawilla Park on March 18.