Bad Religion Tour News and Updates
2014 Summer Nationals Tour
Bad Religion is Los Angeles' prized hardcore punk band. The group boasts three singers, thrashing guitars and politically charged lyrics that unabashedly expound a call to arms. Though Bad Religion had a massive cult following at the outset, the group was not a popular mainstream act until the mid-90s with the release of eighth studio album, Stranger Than Fiction. Songs like "Infected" "21st Century (Digital Boy)" and "Recipe for Hate" have built a strong legacy alongside Bad Religion's guitarist Brett Gurewitz, founder of Epitaph Records.
Bad Religion formed in 1979 by original members Greg Graffin, Gurewitz and Jay Bentley; subsequent additions to the lineup include Brian Baker, Brooks Wackerman and Mike Dimkich. Bad Religion are not just masters of the stage, but they're also major studio junkies; with sixteen full-length albums—plus two live, three compilations, three EPs and two DVDs—to their credit. The band is one of the best-selling punk acts of all time, selling millions in the States and across the globe.
In a world of dwindling authentic punk rock music, Bad Religion tickets are always in high demand. Now, Bad Religion tickets are going quicker than ever, as the band has joined forces with the Offspring and Pennywise on the "Summer Nationals" Tour. Kicking off 7/29 in Pittsburgh, the three California heavyweights will tour through the end of summer, wrapping up 9/11 in Council Bluffs, IA. Get your best Crossbuster tee out and buy your Bad Religion tickets today!