Yellowcard play memorable final show in Anaheim
After announcing last fall that they'd be heading out on one last tour, Yellowcard has officially come to an emotional end.
They played their last show March 25 at the House of Blues Anaheim to a sold out crowd.
Before closing the night with "Ocean Avenue" singer Ryan Key made a heartfelt speech to the sold-out crowd: "Each and every one of you deserves a personal thank you from us. I wish we had time to do that but you know how much we love you and you know how much we're going to miss you. From all of us here, from anyone who's ever been a part of this band, worked for this band, behind this band, we are all so grateful to you for your love and support. It is now time that we say thank you for almost two decades of rock and roll. We're going to say goodbye to you tonight here in Anaheim, California for the very last time."
Yellowcard formed in 1997and on June 25, 2016, the band announced on their website that they would be breaking up after a final tour, stating: "Please come and join us on our last trip around the globe. We hope to share this final record and tour with each and every one of you."
Ocean Avenue is the band's most successful album being certified platinum by the RIAA.
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