Today Is the Day Confirm 30th Anniversary Tour Dates
Today Is the Day made fans happy last week when they announced both U.S. and European tour dates to celebrate their 30th anniversary.
The band are also working on a new album and plan on releasing more information soon. The disjointed but expansive tour will start in Maine and then move over to Belgium and France. Then, they return to play in New York and Texas.
Vocalist Steve Austin says:
“Man, I’m so psyched to be hitting the road and seeing my friends throughout these 30th Anniversary Today Is the Day shows. We’re going to be playing one song from every Today Is the Day album! We had an amazing time at Hellfest the last time we played it. No Coast Fest is a favorite, and can’t wait to headline this year’s event and play with some of the very best noise rock bands out there! My buddies Colin Frecknall (drums) and Tom Jack (bass) will be with me laying down a path of destruction, with visuals being provided by Dave Brenner of Gridfailure.
“I couldn’t be more grateful for Today is the Day’s fans and friends that have been with me throughout the years. I met my wife while on tour with TITD and Eyehategod, and I wouldn’t have her or my sons if it wasn’t for TITD and all of the people who have been behind the band. It’s been a blast whipping out a bunch of the AmRep years songs from Willpower, Supernova, and Today Is The Day.”
Today Is the Day Tour Dates:
6/11/2023 Geno’s – Portland, ME w/ Manic Abraxas, The Infinity Ring
6/13/2023 Le Lac – Brussels, BE w/ Des Yeux
6/15/2023 Hellfest – Clisson, FR [info]
7/02/2023 Lucky 13 Saloon – Brooklyn, NY
10/21/2023 No Coast Fest – Denton, TX *Headlining AmRep Set [info]