Sad Summer Festival 2019 featuring The Maine, Mayday Parade coming to City National Grove
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You can never have too many summer music festivals.

Sad Summer is the latest, bringing fans rock bands The Maine and Mayday Parade as headliners--including at City National Grove in Anaheim on Saturday, Aug. 3. Pre-sales are underway now, while the general on-sale begins Friday, April 5, at 10 a.m. local time right here on AXS.

"This tour is about putting aside our differences and coming together as a community of people to enjoy music and art," Mayday Parade's Derek Sanders said. "I’m thrilled to be a part of it and I can’t wait to see everyone out there."

The festival will ultimately make its way through 17 cities total, kicking off in early July and ending with the show in Anaheim. It will also include interactive activities, exclusive merchandise, and more to be announced in the coming months. Organizers are also committed to giving back and will announce a national non-profit partner. They will also work with local organizations in each city.

Sad Summer isn't the only thing on the schedule for The Maine--the band will also spend part of their summer opening for Taking Back Sunday, who is celebrating their 20th anniversary as a band. As for Mayday Parade, they continue to be a staple at Emo Night events, where fans gather to enjoy the angsty music of their teen years.

Sad Summer's full schedule is as follows.

July 5 –Dallas, TX – Gas Monkey Live! (no The Wonder Years) (w/Forever The Sickest Kids)
July 6 – Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall (no The Wonder Years) (w/Forever The Sickest Kids)
July 8 – Atlanta, GA – Masquerade (Mayday Parade, State Champs, Stand Atlantic, L.I.F.T.)
July 9 – Atlanta, GA – Masquerade (The Maine, The Wonder Years, Mom Jeans, Just Friends)
July 10 –Orlando, FL – Orlando Amphitheater  (w/Set It Off) (Tickets)
July 12 – Baltimore, MD – MECU Pavilion
July 13 –Philadelphia, PA – Skyline Stage at The Mann Center (Tickets)
July 14 – Worcester, MA – The Palladium Outdoors (w/Four Year Strong)
July 16 – New York, NY – Pier 17
July 17 – Asbury Park, NJ – Stone Pony Summer Stage  (no The Wonder Years)
July 19 – Pittsburgh, PA – StageAE
July 20 – Columbus, OH – Express Live! Outdoor
July 21 – Pontiac, MI – Crofoot Festival Grounds (no The Wonder Years)
July 23 – Milwaukee, WI – Eagles Ballroom
July 24 – Chicago, IL – Aragon Ballroom
July 25 – Minneapolis, MN – Myth Live (no The Maine)
July 27 – Denver, CO – Sculpture Park  (no The Wonder Years) (w/Emo Nite) (Tickets)
Aug. 3 – Anaheim, CA – City National Grove Outdoors (no The Wonder Years) (Tickets)