After getting back together last year, Yellowcard has announced a full reunion tour.
The outing will run from July 5 in Baltimore to August 8 in Denver. It’ll celebrate the 20th anniversary of Yellowcard’s 2003 album, Ocean Avenue, which spawned the hit title track.
Bands including Mayday Parade, Story of the Year and Anberlin will provide support on select dates.
“Announcing a Yellowcard tour is something I never thought we would get to do again, much less, a tour with bands of this caliber made up of such amazing people and good friends,” says frontman Ryan Key. “Being given the opportunity to play music together again is truly a gift that we are not taking for granted. We are going to make these shows extremely special for all of the fans who we have missed so much these last six years.”
Tickets go on sale Friday, February 17, at 10 a.m. local time, with various presales throughout the week. For the full list of dates and all ticket info, visit YellowcardBand.com.
Yellowcard announced in 2016 that they were breaking up after a final tour, which concluded in 2017. They reunited in 2022 to play a set at Chicago’s Riot Fest.
The Yellowcard reunion will also hit the 2023 When We Were Young festival, taking place in October in Las Vegas.
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