Pop punk veterans New Found Glory will bring their 20 Years of Pop Punk Anniversary Tour to Cleveland’s Beachland Ballroom for back-to-back sold out shows at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, April 4 and Wednesday, April 5. Opening both performances will be special guest Trash Boat.
To celebrate their 20th anniversary, New Found Glory will perform their self-titled sophomore album (2000) and Sticks & Stones (2002) from front to back on Tuesday evening. On Wednesday, they’ll perform Catalyst (2004) and Not Without a Fight (2009) in their entireties.
New Found Glory, the self-titled sophomore studio album, spawned the hits “Hit or Miss” and “Dressed to Kill.”
Third studio long-player, Sticks and Stones, which peaked at No. 4 following its June 2002 release via MCA and Drive-Thru Records, was supported by the singles “My Friends Over You,” “Head on Collision,” and “Understatement.”
Catalyst, NFG’s fourth full-length, was released in May 2004 via Geffen and Drive-Thru Records. It includes the singles “All Downhill from HEre,” “Truth of My Youth,” “Failure’s Not Flattering,” and “I Don’t Wanna Know.”
Sixth LP, Not Without a Fight, was released in March 2009 through Epitaph Records. The album, produced by Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus, featured three singles: “Listen to Your Friends,” “Don’t Let Her Pull You Down,” and “Truck Stop Blues.”
New Found Glory will release their forthcoming ninth studio album, Makes Me Sick, on April 28 through Hopeless Records. The album was preceded by lead single “Happy Being Miserable.”
Supporting NFG will be Trash Boat, a British pop punk quintet. Trash Boat released their debut full-length, Nothing I Write You Can Change What You’ve Been Through, in June 2016 via Hopeless Records. The album included two singles: “Strangers” and “How Selfish I Seem.”
Tickets for both nights are sold out. Every ticket purchased online comes with one digital copy of New Found Glory’s forthcoming album to be released later this year. Doors open at 7 p.m. for the pair of all ages events. Beachland Ballroom is located at 15711 Waterloo Road in Cleveland, Ohio. For more information, visit New Found Glory’s website and Beachland Ballroom’s website.