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Boys Like Girls & All-American Rejects Co-Headline Tour

04:01 PM Tuesday 7/24/12 | |

You’ll get two heaping servings of pop punk this fall when Boys Like Girls and The All-American Rejects come to town.

Both bands have new music to show off. The All-American Rejects’ fourth studio album, Kids in the Street, was released in March and Boys Like Girls’ third full-length, Crazy World, is due out this fall. Three tunes from Boys Like Girls’ upcoming release can be heard on the Crazy World EP, available exclusively on iTunes.

The groups also both sent in quotes about the co-headline adventure. 

“I’ve always been a big fan of The All-American Rejects and couldn’t be more delighted to be sharing the stage with them this fall,” Boys Like Girls frontman Martin Johnson said. “I think it’s going to be a great time for both the fans and bands alike. Looking forward to a really great couple of months.”

And here’s what All-American Rejects guitarist Nick Wheeler has to say about the tour.

“We’re beyond stoked to be touring the U.S. again this fall. It’ll be great being out with Boys Like Girls. We haven’t toured with those dudes since 2006, so it should be a fun and memorable reunion for everyone!”

  • All-American Rejects

    WIOQ iHeartradio Performance Theater, Bala Cynwyd, Pa.
    April 14, 2012

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The tour begins Sept. 13 in Hampton Beach, N.H. Dates are scheduled through the end of October with additional gigs yet to be announced.

Here’s what the routing looks like for now.

Sept. 13 – Hampton Beach, N.H., Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom    
Sept. 15 – Philadelphia, Pa., Xfinity Live    
Sept. 19 – Sayreville, N.J., Starland Ballroom    
Sept. 21 – New York, N.Y., Best Buy Theater    
Sept. 22 – Boston, Mass., House Of Blues Boston Presented By Foxwoods Resort Casino Sept. 23 – Baltimore, Md., Rams Head Live!    
Sept. 25 – Charlotte, N.C., Amos’ SouthEnd    
Sept. 26 – Atlanta, Ga., The Tabernacle    
Sept. 27 – Nashville, Tenn., Marathon Music Works    
Oct. 1 – New Orleans, La., Mahalia Jackson Theater For The Performing Arts    
Oct. 2 – Houston, Texas, House Of Blues    
Oct. 3 – Dallas, Texas, House Of Blues    
Oct. 5 – Austin, Texas, Emo’s    
Oct. 16 – Indianapolis, Ind., Egyptian Room    
Oct. 21 – Denver, Colo., Summit Music Hall    
Oct. 25 – Blackfoot, Idaho, El Centenario Salon    
Oct. 27 – Seattle, Wash., Showbox SoDo    
Oct. 28 – Portland, Ore., McMenamins Crystal Ballroom    
Oct. 31 – San Francisco, Calif., The Regency Ballroom

A presale for select dates begins July 25. Tickets go on sale to the general public beginning July 27.

For more information check out BoysLikeGirls.com and AllAmericanRejects.com.


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