Streetlight Manifesto‏ to celebrate the 20th anniversary of 'Keasbey Nights' with May show at Pine Belt Arena in New Jersey
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In news that will likely make ska-punk fans feel really old, Streetlight Manifesto has recently announced plans to perform a special concert celebrating the 20th anniversary of their debut album.

On May 5, the band will head to Toms River, N.J.’s Pine Belt Arena to perform their first record, Keasbey Nights, in its entirety. The album was released in 1998 by a ska punk group called Catch 22, which was co-founded by lead singer Tomas Kalnoky in 1996. Kalnoky left Catch 22 in 1998 along with several of the band’s other founding members and started Streetlight Manifesto in 2002. The newer act recorded a slightly modified version of Keasbey Nights in 2006 as their second studio album. Tickets for this sure to be memorable show are on sale now.

 Since the group has announced that the show has already halfway sold out, fans should snap up tickets quickly if they want to be a part of the once in a lifetime performance.

Streetlight Manifesto’s upcoming tour dates.

Jan. 13 – New York, NY – Beacon Theatre (Click here to get tickets)
Jan. 25 – Los Angeles, CA – The Theatre at Ace Hotel (Click here to get tickets)
Jan. 26  – Los Angeles, CA – The Theatre at Ace Hotel (Click here to get tickets)
May 5 – Toms River, NJ – Pine Belt Arena (Click here to get tickets)