Pop-punk legends New Found Glory announced a tour commemorating the 10th anniversary of their 2002 album Sticks & Stones. On Sunday, November 24th the band will headline the Troubadour alongside The Story So Far and Seahaven as part of the trek, while the following night they’ll pack the Glass House in Pomona.
Just as NFG did with 2010’s self-titled anniversary tour, they’ll be performing Sticks & Stones in its entirety at the Troub, with additional songs from their lengthy career presumably added into the set as well.
Sticks & Stones was in many ways NFG’s breakout album, bouyed by radio hits such as My Friends Over You and Head On Collision, and both of these gigs will likely sell out ahead of time.
Tickets for the Glass House gig will go on sale this Thursday, September 13th at 12 noon via Ticketfly. The Troubadour show isn’t listed yet on the venue’s calendar, but it should show up soon.
Sunday, November 24th 2012
9081 Santa Monica Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90069
Monday, November 25th 2012
Doors 6:30 PM
The Glass House
200 West 2nd Street
Pomona, CA 91766
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