Pics by Marc Gersh
California punk rock giants Bad Religion are currently on the road on a North American tour that kicked off earlier this month with four sold-out shows in New York City. The on-going trek sees Bad Religion infiltrating intimate venues across the nation with help from special guest support and fellow label-mates Plague Vendor. The NYC gigs took place from June 9th through the 12th with a pair of “battle of the centuries shows” at Music Hall of Williamsburg and a pair at Bowery Ballroom, where Bad Religion dished out a staggering 30-plus song setlist each night, performing songs from the 20th century on night 1 and cuts from the 21st century on night 2. Full photographic coverage from the June 11th show at Bowery continues below.
The tour advances through the end of the month in Canada (see all remaining dates after the gallery). In more Bad Religion news, the band are rumored to be writing new music for a fresh full-length release, the follow-up to 2013’s True North LP (stay tuned). Meanwhile, Plague Vendor‘s debut album, Free To Eat, is out now on Epitaph Records.
Bad Religion w/ Plague Vendor [remaining dates]:
6/18 Burlington, VT – Higher Ground
6/19 Montebello, QC – Amnesia Rockfest
6/20 Toronto, ON – Phoenix Concert Theatre
6/22 Chicago, IL – Metro
6/23 Chicago, IL – Metro
6/25 Winnipeg, MB – The Burton Cummings Theatre
6/26 Saskatoon, SK – O’Brien’s Event Centre
6/27 Nevis, AB – Tali Creek Mud & Music Festival
6/28 Calgary, AB – Flames Central
6/30 Vancouver, BC – Commodore Ballroom