The Used, Taking Back Sunday expand North American tour with additional New York and LA dates

February 7, 2014 by Philip Obenschain

The Used, Taking Back Sunday expand North American tour with additional New York and LA dates

Taking Back Sunday and The Used recently announced a spring co-headlining tour of North America, with Tonight Alive and Sleepwave set to support.

Performances in New York and Los Angeles sold out shortly after going on sale last week, and, as a result, the tour has now been expanded to include a second LA date, March 19 at the Palladium, and a third New York date, April 21 at the Best Buy Theatre. Tickets go on sale today, Feb. 7, here and here, at 10 a.m. PST and 12 p.m. EST, respectively.

Check out the updated routing, with new additions in bold, below:

March 14 - South By So What?! - Dallas, TX
March 15 - Backstage Live - San Antonio, TX
March 16 - Houston We Have A Problem Fest - 
Houston, TX
March 18 - Marquee Theatre - 
Phoenix, AZ
March 19 - Palladium - Los Angeles, CA
March 21 - In The Venue - Salt Lake City, UT
March 22 - In The Venue - Salt Lake City, UT
March 23 - Knitting Factory - Boise, ID
March 25 - Warfield - 
San Francisco, CA
March 27 - Palladium - 
Los Angeles, CA
March 28 - House Of Blues - 
San Diego, CA
March 29 - Extreme Thing - 
Las Vegas, NV
April 1 - Ogden Theatre - Denver, CO
April 2 - Sokol - 
Omaha, NE
April 4 - Eagles Ballroom - 
Milwaukee, WI
April 5 - Concord Music Hall - 
Chicago, IL
April 6 - Fillmore - 
Detroit, MI
April 8 - Kool Haus - 
Toronto, ON
April 9 - The Armory - 
Rochester, NY
April 11 - Webster Theatre - 
Hartford, CT
April 12 - House Of Blues - 
Boston, MA
April 13 - Tower Theatre - 
Philadelphia, PA
April 15 - Best Buy Theatre - New York, NY
April 16 - Best Buy Theatre - New York, NY
April 19 - Sands - Bethlehem, PA 
April 21 - Best Buy Theatre - New York, NY
April 22 - Fillmore - 
Silver Spring, MD
April 24 - The Tabernacle - 
Atlanta, GA
April 26 - Revolution - 
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
April 27 - House Of Blues - 
Orlando, FL

Taking Back Sunday will release their sixth full-length, Happiness Is, March 18 through Hopeless Records, while The Used will release Imaginary Enemy, also their sixth full-length and also via Hopeless, April 1.

Check out new music videos from both bands:

Taking Back Sunday - "Flicker Fade"

The Used - "Cry"

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