The other day, a rumor sparked up that A Day To Remember would be going on tour with Bring Me The Horizon and Chiodos this fall. Today, A Day To Remember confirmed this rumor. The tour is called the Parks & Destruction tour, and will begin on September 4, in Pittsburg, PA. It ends at the Hard Rock in Orlando, Florida on October 11. ADTR announced this by posting two pictures, one of which is their cover picture on their Facebook page, and a trailer about the tour. All of the dates, pictures and the trailer can be seen below, along with information pertaining to the VIP packages ADTR is offering.
The trailer tour is one of the best tour announcements to ever be discovered. A park ranger discusses the bands in their natural habitats and points out that nature can be "really fucking scary" but he can help out. Its highly worth watching!
General admission tickets go on sale on Friday, June 13, but VIP packages can be bought now on their website.
9/4/14 Pittsburgh, PA - Stage AE Outdoor
9/6/14 Detroit, MI - Chill On The Hill*
9/8/14 Albany, NY - The Armory
9/9/14 Lowell, MA - Tsongas Center
9/10/14 Wallingford, CT - Toyota Oakdale Theatre
9/15/14 Grand Rapids, MI - DeltaPlex
9/16/14 Columbus, OH - LC Pavilion
9/17/14 St. Louis, MO - Chaifetz Arena
9/18/14 Chicago, IL - UIC**
9/20/14 Denver, CO - Riot Fest*
9/23/14 Fresno, CA - Woodward Park Amphitheatre
9/24/14 Los Angeles, CA - Shrine Expo Hall
9/26/14 San Jose, CA - Event Center @ SJSU
9/28/14 Phoenix, AZ - Mesa Amphitheatre
9/30/14 Grand Prairie, TX - Verizon Amphitheatre
10/6/14 Nashville, TN - Bridgestone Arena
10/7/14 Charlotte, NC - Uptown Amphitheatre
10/9/14 Charleston, SC - North Charleston Coliseum
10/10/14 Orlando, FL - Hard Rock
10/11/14 Orlando, FL - Hard Rock
According to the band's Facebook page, A Day To Remember will be without Chiodos and Bring Me The Horizon for the September 6 show in Detroit, MI, and Riot Fest, which is on September 20 in Denver, CO. Bring Me The Horizon will also not be playing at the September 18 show in Chicago, IL. Reasons for this are unknown, and if you'd like more information on Riot Fest, please check out the Riot Fest website for more information.
For this tour, A Day To Remember is offering two seperate VIP packages. The first is called the Campfire VIP Packages and for $85 fans get early admission to the show, a commemorative tour book, a souvenir photo, and a two song acoustic performance and Q&A session with ADTR around their Parks & Devastation "Campfire."
The second package really goes all out, but might also break a few bank accounts. For $200, fans can purchase the 'Scenic overlook' VIP package, which will get them a special spot in the VIP viewing platform for the show, a tour of the backstage area with the tour's Park Ranger, catering and snacks back stage, a commemorative VIP laminate and tour book, a "family portrait" with A Day To Remember, taken by acclaimed photographer, Adam Elmakias, a limited edition VIP t-shirt, as well as early admission to the show. Both packages of course give you your general admission ticket as well.
Regular ticket prices currently remain unknown, and will stay that way through Friday the 13th. VIP packages can be purchased at adtr.com/vip/ and do not forget that you can get ADTR's latest album, Common Courtesy now wherever music is sold.
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