The greatest tour in the history of tours is happening. This is it. The Wonder Years, Defeater, Citizen, Real Friends, and Modern Baseball. It’s a nearly impossible lineup that no one even saw coming. The entire Internet world is fangirling and freaking out over it, and I’m a part of that. These bands are all ridiculously talented and each headliners in their own right, but now they’re all playing shows together and it’s nearly too good to be true.
They’re also selling a VIP package for each of the shows- and they aren’t half bad. It includes: General Admission Ticket, acoustic set with The Wonder Years, Q & A Session with The Wonder Years, autographed limited edition silk screened poster, souvenir laminate w/ lanyard, early entry, and they’re entered into a drawing to win a Fender Guitar & Glamour Kills Prize Pack. However, the lineup itself is good enough for anyone because have I expressed how incredibly perfectly amazingly impossibly great it is?
The Greatest Generation World Tour is going to be one of the most memorable tours of 2014 simply because it’s basically my dream tour. When I was littler, I imagined Fall Out Boy, Panic! At The Disco, and My Chemical Romance touring together- impossible, right? This is pretty much the equivalent.
I can’t freakin’ wait. Who’s VIP? THIS girl, thanks Iman!
Don’t miss this, you’ll regret it forever.
3/5/14 – Upstate Concert Hall – Clifton Park, NY *
3/6/14 – Chameleon Club – Lancaster, PA *
4/12/14 – Electric Factory – Philadelphia, PA
4/15/14 – The Palladium – Worcester, MA
4/17/14 – Best Buy Theater – New York, NY
General admission tickets go on sale December 13th at 10 AM. Get your tickets soon.
simultaneously self-effacing and egomaniacs
essentially a disco remix of “Rocket Man” featuring one of the the UK’s biggest stars…
“I literally really need you to jump up and down”
Friday night might kill us but Thursday evening is a blast
it just isn’t the triumph she needed after six years
an impressive sonic ride.
a high-spirited Post Pandemic anthem
a memorable band who were never better than here
almost Pink Floyd-esque