Yellowcard and Saves The Day are excited to announce that they will be heading to the UK together for four headline shows in November/December. Having recently sold out a forthcoming one-off acoustic date at London's Bush Hall in less than one hour, these freshly announced dates will be Yellowcard's first full headline dates on these shores in over five years.
Vocalist/guitarist Ryan Key says of the shows "It is really a dream come true for us to be sharing the stage with Saves The Day, a band that has been such an influence on our music through the years. The fact that it is for our first full headlining tour of Europe and the UK in five years makes it even more special."
Chris Conley of Saves The Day is also looking forward to the run of dates - "After 7 years away from Europe and the UK, coming back to tour with our friends in Yellowcard this autumn will be a gift. It will be a party and a pleasure to play each night."
Following the rapturous response to Yellowcard's live set on their tour supporting All Time Low in the UK earlier this year, the band can't wait to make this return visit, as well as the separate trip for their already-announced and already sold-out acoustic outing to Bush Hall on 6th September.
Yellowcard have sold over 3 million records worldwide and their music has been the soundtrack to feel good days across the globe for over a decade. This new chapter in the band's career sees them partner with renowned indie label Hopeless Records (All Time Low, The Wonder Years). Yellowcard's latest album 'When You're Through Thinking, Say Yes' was released in March to widespread critical acclaim, putting the band firmly back on the radar following the break they had taken prior to making this record.
Tickets for the newly-announced run of UK dates will be on sale this Friday at 9am.