To celebrate the tour’s final cross-country run and the 15-year anniversary of the band’s album, Sum 41 will be doing a special set that features tracks from Does This Look Infected.
Sum 41 will only be performing at one stop of the Vans Warped Tour, July 17’s date in Toronto, Ontario.
WARPED TOUR x SUM 41
we’re stoked to announce @Sum41 will be playing a “Does This Look Infected” set in honor of the album’s 15th anniversary
?️ 7.17 Toronto, ON
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— Vans Warped Tour (@VansWarpedTour) July 10, 2018
Does This Look Infected was the band’s second studio album, which was released back in 2002.
The band recently announced what’s next, and according to the band’s frontman Deryck Whibley, the band is currently in the “writing phase” of their new record.
“It’s a pretty cool time right now because we’re still in the writing phase and the demo-ing phase of making new music,” the singer/guitarist offers of Sum 41’s upcoming seventh studio album.
What’s more, the band has a few more live shows they’ll be doing before the year is completely over. Check out the dates below.
Other Sum 41 tour dates:
07/12 – Oshkosh, WI @ Rock USA Festival
07/14 – Sudbury, ON @ Grace Hartman Amphitheatre
07/15 – Quebec City, QC @ Le Festival D’été De Québec
07/17 – Toronto, ON @ Vans Warped Tour
08/17 – Landerneau, France @ Fête Du Bruit Dans Landernea
08/19 – Sankt Polten, Austria @ FM4 Frequency Festival
08/21 – Würzburg, Germany @ Posthalle
08/22 – Leipzig-thekla, Germany @ Parkbuhne
08/24 – Penthalaz, Switzerland @ Venoge Festival
08/25 – Reading, England @ Reading Festival
08/26 – Leeds, England @ Leeds Festival
08/28 – Oberhausen, Germany @ Turbinenhalle
08/30 – Empoli, Italy @ Beat Festival
08/31 – Rimini, Italy @ Rimini Park Rock
09/01 – Lignano Sabbiadoro, Italy @ Arena Alpe Adria
09/14 – Chicago, IL @ Riot Fest