On September 18, 2007, pop punk outfit Four Year Strong released their sophomore studio album Rise Or Die Trying via I Surrender Records, which was followed by tours with Bayside, New Found Glory, and A Day To Remember. The 11 track release includes live staples "Bada Bing! Wit' a Pipe!", "Maniac (R.O.D.)", and "Heroes Get Remembered, Legends Never Die". A decade later, the band is still on the road consistently, and there's no chance of them slowing down soon. Today, they announced plans to celebrate their beloved record by playing it in its entirety at a town near you.
The USA Takeover: Part 1 tour kicks off on March 10 inside The Met in Providence, Rhode Island, and it will travel along the East Coast until its final stop inside Revolution in Amityville, New York on April 2. As expected, the band will have two home state shows inside Boston's Brighton Music Hall on March 11 and March 12. For this trek, the group will be supported by Can't Swim, Light Years, and Sleep On It. This will be the first leg of a worldwide tour for Rise Or Die Trying's 10 year anniversary. Performances on the West Coast and other special events will be announced at a later date. Tickets for these announced shows will go on sale to the general public this Friday (Jan. 13) at noon. You can check out their tour routing below.
Four Year Strong's latest self-titled studio album peaked at number six on the Alternative Albums chart, number eight on the Independent Albums chart, and number 10 on the Top Rock Albums chart.
Four Year Strong tour dates
March 10- Providence, R.I.- The Met
March 11- Boston, Mass.- Brighton Music Hall
March 12- Boston, Mass.- Brighton Music Hall
March 14- Buffalo, N.Y.- Waiting Room
March 15- Columbus, Ohio- Woodland Tavern
March 16- Indianapolis, Ind.- Hoosier Dome
March 17- Grand Rapids, Mich.- The Stache
March 19- Chicago, Ill.- Double Door
March 21- Iowa City, Iowa- Gabe's
March 22- Omaha, Neb.- Sokol Underground
March 23- Springfield, Mo.-Outland Ballroom
March 24- Oklahoma City, Okla.- 89th Street
March 25- Houston, Texas- Walter's
March 26- Grand Prairie, Texas- So What?! Festival
March 28- Nashville, Tenn.- The End
March 29- Charlotte, N.C.- Neighborhood Theatre
March 30- Richmond, Va.- Canal Club
March 31- Washington D.C.- Rock and Roll Hotel
April 1- Freehold, N.J.- GameChangerWorld
April 2- Amityville, N.Y.- Revolution