Taking Back Sunday: North American Headlining Tour

Taking Back Sunday kick off their North American headlining tour on February 22, 2007, accompanied by openers Underoath and Armor For Sleep.

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Taking Back Sunday kick off their North American headlining tour on February 22, 2007 at Penn State accompanied by openers Underoath and Armor For Sleep. The upcoming tour takes the band through secondary U.S. markets, giving fans outside of major cities the opportunity to see them live. Additionally, March 2007 will mark the first ever stint of headlining dates for Taking Back Sunday in Canada. On sale dates vary per market, check takingbacksunday.com for additional information on how to purchase. A complete list of tour dates can be found below.

In other Taking Back Sunday news, the band will release Louder Now: Partone, which includes an accompanying DVD on December 12, 2006. Louder Now: Partone includes exciting behind-the-scenes footage, music videos for "MakeDamnSure," and "Liar (It Takes One to Know One)," and live clips from the band's performance at the Long Beach Arena.

Taking Back Sunday w/ Underoath and Armor For Sleep dates are as follows:

02/22 - University Park, PA - Bryce Jordan Center 02/25 - Birmingham, AL - Boutwell Auditorium 02/27 - San Antonio, TX - Sunset Station 03/01 - Norman, OK - Lloyd Noble Center 03/02 - St. Louis, MO - The Pageant 03/03 - Milwaukee, WI - Eagles Ballroom 03/04 - Maplewood, MN - Myth 03/06 - Des Moines, IA - Val Air Ballroom 03/07 - Kansas City, MO - Uptown Theatre 03/08 - Denver, CO - The Fillmore Auditorium 03/09 - Magna, UT - Salt Air 03/10 - Las Vegas, NV - House of Blues 03/11 - San Bernardino, CA - Orange Pavilion 03/13 - Irvine, CA - UCI Bren Events Center 03/14 - San Francisco, CA - The Concourse 03/15 - San Luis Obispo, CA - SLO University Rec Center 03/16 - Reno, NV - Grand Sierra 03/17 - Boise, ID - Taco Bell Arena 03/20 - Edmonton, Alberta - Northlands Agricom Arena 03/21 - Calgary, Alberta - Stampede Corral 03/22 - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - Prairieland Park 03/23 - Winnipeg, Manitoba - Burton Cummings Theater 03/25 - Thunder Bay, Ontario - Community Auditorium 03/27 - Ottawa, Ontario - Congress Centre 03/28 - London, Ontario - Centennial Hall 03/29 - Mississauga, Ontario - Arrow Hall 03/30 - Montreal, Quebec - Theatre Olympia 04/01 - Albany, NY - Armory

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    I work at Centennial Hall in London, and knowing the kids in London, we'll sell a boat load of tickets for that show. Not a fan of TBS or any of the other bands myself, but boy will it be busy.
    ive seen TBS a few times this year..2 times actually ..i live in sydney..and they have only been here twice...I love TBS.. their format is like, they always play 2-3 songs from TAYF, which are CUTE WITHOUT THE E, YOUR SO LAST SUMMER, and TIMBERWOLVES AT NEW JERSEY.. they r rad songs.
    I saw them in June with AVA, I never bought a cd of theirs but when I saw them live I thought they were pretty kickass so I've gotten into them and immediately bought TAYF, I actually like WYWTB the most. The subways opened for them, they owned
    RockMusicFan wrote: I would go just for Underoath.
    i AM going for mainly Underoath, although if TBS plays stuff from TAYF, i'll stay and watch that, doubtful though. i don't like Armor for Sleep
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    Affinity120 wrote: why cant they go more east in canada
    i hear that..they should come to halifax or at least moncton and cut out one of 4 Ontario shows
    tickets for the Thunder Bay show go on sale tomorrow, gotta wait outside in the cold Canadian winter to get ticketsfor that!
    when they come to the UK i'll be there - one of the few amazing bands that sells well. Which naturally means there'll be a flaming when everyone else reads this...
    prashant341 wrote: Pretty good bill. I listen to all these bands. Too bad they're not comming to ohio.
    yeah that sucks, i saw tbs when they were here in july and they were pretty good. better line up this time around though, no head automatica or angels and airwaves.
    Pretty good bill. I listen to all these bands. Too bad they're not comming to ohio.
    underoath is amazing and if you people are wondering why they are touring together it is because they are good friends as people outside of their bands. armor for sleep hasnt done an album in like 2 years they are due soon
    Sweet I love all those bands on there. Underoath is probably my favorite out of all those though. Kick ass band!
    Oh no. I cannot believe Taking Back Sunday would associate themselves with such rubbish as the Lostprophets.
    taking back sunday are coming back to the uk in april to play with lostprophets
    Underoath is a strange band to open for a band like Taking Back Sunday, although their singers did step in for Fred at Taste of Chaos. Edibledevilboy: you just missed being able to see Taking Back Sunday in the UK. Don't expect them back before the next album.
    Drop Dead Gorgeous is going to be with them for a few dates, mainly the one in Oklahoma City, which I am going to.