The Wonder Years announce re-scheduled tour dates for shows impacted by COVID-19

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At this point, COVID-19 is unavoidable. From empty grocery shelves, to countries on lock down, the hot topic at the moment is this worldwide crisis. And with that in mind, many bands/artists have been forced to postpone tour dates, including The Wonder Years. Luckily, Philadelphia’s Pop Punk icons have announced rescheduled dates to compensate for the initial tour; which was set to start today in Boston, MA.

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TWY posted on their Facebook the new rescheduled dates, as well as the following statement:

‘We’re so happy to announce the rescheduled dates for the shows we had to postpone this week! We’ll be picking this thing up right where we left off starting July 9th. Free Throw and Pool Kids will still be joining us. Spanish Love Songs will not be at these shows, unfortunately, but we’ve already got a plan to make that up to you in the near future. All tickets previously purchased will be honored. Philadelphia and Asbury Park were sold out. Chicago had 14 tickets left when we postponed. All of those tickets can be used! If you have any questions about tickets, please contact the point of purchase directly. We’ll be keeping everyone updated as these other shows sell out and as tickets for the sold out ones potentially become available to jump on. Every one of these shows was likely to sell out so if you don’t have tickets yet, we suggest grabbing them as soon as you can. For now, we’re just so happy to announce something hopeful and positive. We absolutely cannot wait to get back to singing with you’.

New dates and venues are as follows:

July 2020

9th – Cleveland, OH – House of Blues

11th – Detroit, MI – The Majestic

13th – Chicago, IL – Concord

14th – Buffalo, NY – Town Ballroom

15th – Ashbury Park, NJ – Asbury Lanes

16th – New Haven, CT – Toads Place

18th – Philadelphia, PA – The Fillmore

We felt like sharing some good news at this time was us doing our part for those who are suffering in the music scene at the moment. 

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