New Found Glory Australian Tour 2012 @ Luna Park - Big Top

New Found Glory Australian Tour 2012

NEW FOUND GLORY are continuing their dominance in a genre they pioneered well over a decade ago, providing a breath of fresh air in a scene starved of creativity.

Paying homage to the bands that inspired them to pick up their instruments NEW FOUND GLORY’S new studio album ‘Radiosurgery’ showcases a band at the top of their game and “proves beyond any doubt that New Found Glory are as fired up now in 2011 as they were when they first emerged in 1997” – Kerrang!

NEW FOUND GLORY has never sounded more incredible, and as their legion of Australian fans can attest to they have taken the genre by the throat and are arguably ‘the greatest pop punk band in history’ - Brett Gurewitz

TAKING BACK SUNDAY are truly in a league of their own.

A band that defies categorization and not content with past successes TAKING BACK SUNDAY have firmly cemented themselves in the upper echelons of the rock world releasing classic album after classic album in an influential career.

TAKING BACK SUNDAY’S new self-titled album featuring their original lineup, is undeniably their most varied and innovative record to date marking a new era for the quintet. “This is Taking Back Sunday’s best effort yet, powerful, well –crafted, simply an incredible album” –

THIS TIME NEXT YEAR are bringing in–your–face honesty and sincerity back to pop punk. Their hard-hitting sophomore album ‘Drop Out Of Life’ has been making waves worldwide with Alter The Press calling it “a throwback to the turn-of-the-millennium pop-punk…Just balls out, sing it loud tunes”.

As part of a killer co-headline tour, NEW FOUND GLORY and TAKING BACK SUNDAY are set to deliver their explosive performances to Australian audiences this April.


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New Found Glory Previous Events, Festivals & Tour dates


The Corner Hotel (Self-Titled, Nothing Gold Can Say) 16 August, The Corner Hotel (Catalyst, Not Without a Fight) 15 August, The Corner Hotel (Sticks and Stones, Coming Home) 14 August, Eatons Hill Hotel (Sticks and Stones, Catalyst) 12 August, The Metro Theatre (Catalyst, Not Without a Fight) 11 August, The Metro Theatre (Sticks and Stones, Self-Titled) 10 August, The Gov - Fireplace Room (Sticks and Stones, Catalyst) 09 August, Metropolis Fremantle (Sticks and Stones, Catalyst) 08 August


The Hi-Fi 24 February, Brisbane Showgrounds 01 March, The Dome at Olympic Park 28 February, Flemington Racecourse 22 February, Bonython Park 21 February


Thebarton Theatre (Taking Back Sunday, This Time Next Year, The Maine) 10 April, Festival Hall (Taking Back Sunday, This Time Next Year, The Maine) 08 April, Luna Park - Big Top (Taking Back Sunday, This Time Next Year, The Maine) 07 April, The Tivoli (Taking Back Sunday, This Time Next Year, The Maine) 05 April


Billboard Nightclub (Hit The Lights) 09 April, The Hi-Fi (Saosin, Hit The Lights ) 11 April, UNSW Roundhouse (Saosin, Hit The Lights ) 10 April, Billboard Nightclub (Saosin, Hit The Lights ) 09 April, Capitol (Saosin, Hit The Lights ) 07 April


The Corner Hotel (Hellogoodbye, Say Anything, Ace Enders (The Early November)) 25 February, Manning Bar (Hellogoodbye, Say Anything, Ace Enders (The Early November)) 24 February


Metro City (theAudition) 11 April, HQ Complex (theAudition) 10 April, The Palace Theatre (theAudition) 08 April, Billboard Nightclub (theAudition) 07 April, Luna Park - Big Top (theAudition) 06 April, The Tivoli (theAudition) 05 April