Pop-Punk Act Simple Plan to Play House of Blues in October

Concert Announcement


  • Atlantic Records
The pop-punk act Simple Plan, which just released a new studio album earlier this year, has announced the U.S. leg of their worldwide headline tour, the band’s first stateside run since 2013. The group will play House of Blues on Saturday, Oct. 15. 

“We are super excited to finally come back and play shows in the U.S. after all these years," says the band in a press release. "It's been way too long since our last American tour and we couldn't be more pumped to play all these amazing cities and venues, hang out with all our fans and share the stage with [opening acts] Hit The Lights and Story Untold. We look forward to seeing you all at the shows! It's gonna be a blast!”

Fan pre-sales begin at 10 a.m. tomorrow; remaining tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday. A limited number of special VIP Packages – including one ticket, VIP early entry, and more – will also be available. For complete details and ticket information, go to simpleplan.com/tour.

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