Sun Jun 9
08:00 PM
THPS 20th Anniversary Celebration with Bad Religion
Observatory North Park - San Diego, CA
Mon Jul 1
08:00 PM
Bad Religion and Dave Hause
The Sylvee - Madison, WI
Fri Jul 5
07:00 PM
Bad Religion Tickets (19+ Event)
OBrians Event Centre - Saskatoon, SK
Tue Jul 9
08:00 PM
Bad Religion with Dave Hause & The Mermaid Tickets (16+ Event)
The Ogden Theatre - Denver, CO
Sun Jul 14
08:00 PM
Bad Religion
Showbox SoDo - Seattle, WA
Wed Jul 17
08:00 PM
Bad Religion
The Observatory Santa Ana - Santa Ana, CA
Fri Jul 19
09:00 PM
Bad Religion
Ventura Theatre - Ventura, CA
Thu Jul 25
07:00 PM
Bad Religion with Dave Hause Tickets (19+ Event)
The Phoenix Concert Theatre - Toronto, ON
Sat Jul 27
01:00 PM
Roadblock Music Festival feat. Bad Religion The Menzingers and more
Bold Point Park - East Providence, RI
Wed Jul 31
07:00 PM
Bad Religion
House of Blues Boston - Boston, MA
Fri Aug 2
07:00 PM
Bad Religion with The Explosion Tickets (16+ Event)
Webster Hall - New York, NY
Sat Aug 3
12:00 PM
Bad Religion with The Explosion Tickets (16+ Event)
Brooklyn Steel - Brooklyn, NY
Sat Aug 3
08:00 PM
Bad Religion
Brooklyn Steel - Brooklyn, NY
Wed Aug 7
07:00 PM
Bad Religion with The Lawrence Arms
Majestic Theatre Detroit - Detroit, MI
Fri Aug 9
08:00 PM
Bad Religion with The Lawrence Arms
Riviera Theatre - Chicago, IL
Sat Aug 10
08:00 PM
Bad Religion
The Agora Theater - Cleveland, OH
Wed Aug 14
07:00 PM
Bad Religion
Heaven at The Masquerade - Atlanta, GA


Bad Religion Information

The band founded in California by Jay Bentley, Greg Graffin, Brett Gurewitz and Jay Ziskrout in 1979, took on full force and gained widespread notoriety in 1982 with their full length release How Could Hell Be Any Worse? Citing the band’s influential sounds to be “pop sounding rock tunes that were not necessarily commercial”, Bad Religion so well epitomized this that they played an actual role in the revival of punk rock and inspiring several subsequent punk bands during the late 1980s.

Although the band currently features three out of the four original members, Bad Religion has had numerous lineup changes, Graffin being the only constant member. Their 1988 album Suffer has been cited by some critics as one of the most important punk rock albums of all time, although it did not receive commercial success upon release. The band is best known for their use of soaring three part vocal harmonies, wide vocabulary, and political or religious commentary.

Marking the 30 year legacy of Bad Religion, the band is currently on a worldwide tour, the beginning of which was documented for the collection 30 Years Live. Still, the punk legends show no sign of slowing down, and on September 28 will release their 15th studio album, and fourth consecutive studio LP for Epitaph, tentatively titled The Dissent of Man. The band is currently in Europe for a summer-long international tour before hitting Boston’s House of Blues on October 18th.