Taking Back Sunday extends 20th Anniversary Tour
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The celebration continues for Long Island rock band Taking Back Sunday--they've announced a new leg of their tour honoring their 20th anniversary as a band and hinted that even more shows may be announced soon.

The newly announced dates will run from mid-September through mid-November, while the first leg will take up much of the spring and they'll hit some festivals in the summer, keeping the band on the road for most of the year. Pre-sales kick off Wednesday, Feb. 27, with VIP packages, followed by the general on-sale on Friday, March 1 at 10 a.m. local time, with select dates available right here on AXS. Some cities will be treated to two back-to-back nights, with two-day passes available for fans who'd like to attend both shows.

"It feels strange to say out loud…2019 marks 20 years since I joined Taking Back Sunday and my life changed forever," frontman Adam Lazzara said of the first leg out the tour. "[W]e will be traveling the world to celebrate the amazing brotherhood, music and life we have created together over the past 20 years. We hope you can join us for what is sure to be an experience to remember."

Lazzara has also said Taking Back Sunday is "fortunate" to have reached the 20-year milestone.

The band will definitely play their 2002 debut album, Tell All Your Friends, in its entirety, as well as some of their other most well-known songs. In cities where they'll be played double shows, a coin flip at the beginning of the first show will determine if they'll also play sophomore album Where You Want To Be or third album Louder Now. They'll play the album that did not win the coin toss on the second night, guaranteeing that fans attending both shows will hear some of their early favorites no matter what.

The band also marked their anniversary with retrospective album Twenty, featuring tracks spanning their career and two new tracks which hint at the band's musical direction to come, "All Ready to Go" and the piano ballad "A Song for Dan."

Taking Back Sunday's full US anniversary tour schedule is as follows.

March 25 - House of Blues - Houston, TX
March 26 - House of Blues - Houston, TX
March 28 - Emo's - Austin, TX
March 29 - Emo's - Austin, TX
March 30 - House of Blues - Dallas, TX
March 31 - House of Blues - Dallas, TX
April 1 - Charley B's - Lubbock, TX
April 3 - Sunshine Theater - Albuquerque, NM
April 4 - Marquee Theatre - Phoenix, AZ
April 5 - Marquee Theatre - Phoenix, AZ
April 6 - The Observatory North Park - San Diego, CA
April 7 - The Observatory North Park - San Diego, CA
April 9 - 1933 Club - Bakersfield, CA
April 11 - Hollywood Palladium - Los Angeles, CA
April 12 - Hollywood Palladium - Los Angeles, CA
April 13 - The Warfield - San Francisco, CA (Tickets)
April 14 - The Warfield - San Francisco, CA (Tickets)
April 16 - Ace of Spades - Sacramento, CA
April 17 - Ace of Spades - Sacramento, CA
April 19 - Crystal Ballroom - Portland, OR (Tickets)
April 20 - Crystal Ballroom - Portland, OR (Tickets)
April 27 - First Avenue - Minneapolis, MN
April 28 - First Avenue - Minneapolis, MN
April 30 - The Summit - Denver, CO
May 1 - The Summit - Denver, CO
May 2 - The Complex - Salt Lake City, UT
May 3 - The Complex - Salt Lake City, UT
May 4 - House Of Blues - Las Vegas, NV
May 5 - House Of Blues - Las Vegas, NV
July 18 - Great South Bay Festival - Patchogue, NY
Sept.13 - Kansas City Live! - Kansas City, MO
Sept. 19 - Waterside District - Norfolk, VA
Sept. 20 - Power Plant Live! - Baltimore, MD
Sept. 21 - Ballpark Village - St Louis, MO
Oct. 3 - Fillmore - Charlotte, NC
Oct. 4 - Fillmore - Charlotte, NC
Oct. 5 - The Masquerade - Atlanta, GA
Oct. 6 - The Masquerade - Atlanta, GA
Oct. 8 - House Of Blues - Orlando, FL
Oct. 9 - House Of Blues - Orlando, FL
Oct. 11 - Revolution Live - Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Oct. 12 - Revolution Live - Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Oct. 16 - Marathon Music Works - Nashville, TN (Tickets)
Oct. 17 - Marathon Music Works - Nashville, TN (Tickets)
Oct. 18 - Bogart’s - Cincinnati, OH
Oct. 19 - Bogart’s - Cincinnati, OH
Oct. 24 - St. Andrew’s Hall - Detroit, MI
Oct. 25 - St. Andrew’s Hall - Detroit, MI
Oct. 31 - Buffalo RiverWorks - Buffalo, NY
Nov. 1 - Buffalo RiverWorks - Buffalo, NY
Nov. 2 - Upstate Concert Hall - Clifton Park, NY
Nov. 3 - Upstate Concert Hall - Clifton Park, NY
Nov. 5 - Webster Theater - Hartford, CT
Nov. 6 - Webster Theater - Hartford, CT
Nov. 8 - House Of Blues - Boston, MA
Nov. 9 - House Of Blues - Boston, MA
Nov. 10 - Fillmore Silver Spring - Washington, D.C.
Nov. 11 - Fillmore Silver Spring - Washington, D.C.
Nov. 13 - Franklin Music Hall - Philadelphia, PA (Tickets)
Nov. 14 - Franklin Music Hall - Philadelphia, PA (Tickets)
Nov. 15 - Terminal 5 - New York, NY (Tickets)
Nov. 16 - Terminal 5 - New York, NY (Tickets)