New Found Glory Announce 20 Years Of Pop Punk Tour, Set To Play Multiple Albums In Full

In appreciation of 20 hard-fought years dominating the pop-punk scene, New Found Glory have just revealed the ultimate 20-year anniversary tour.

Listed as the 20 Years Of Pop Punk tour, the well-deserved celebration – which will see the band performing six different albums from their extensive catalog – kicks off March 22nd in Baltimore and will conclude May 12 in Ft. Lauderdale. 

The LPs New Found Glory will be playing live on various nights include 1999’s Nothing Gold Can Stay, 2000’s New Found Glory, 2002’s Sticks And Stones, 2004’s Catalyst, 2006’s Coming Home, and 2009’s Not Without A Fight.

In regards to the tour, the band shared a statement reading: “‘You’ll never get anywhere’, 'sophomore slump’, 'It’s a trend that will pass’, 'your ship will sink.' Well it’s been 20 years. Wondering what the voices say now? Luckily there was and still is only two voices we listen to. The passion inside of us and our loyal fans! This tour is for both. We can’t wait to play through all our albums recorded before 2010 and revisit some venues across the U.S. that we have great memories playing at. Thank you for all the years of love and support. Somehow it still feels like the beginning!”

To check out which nights Chad Gilbert, Jordan Pundik, Cyrus Bolooki and Ian Grushka will be ripping into some of your favorite records, be sure to look below. As for tickets, they will go on sale tomorrow at 12pm local time.