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The band is working on the follow up to its 2016 release “Why Are You OK.”
The anniversary tour brings the metalcore band to the Knitting Factory on Friday.
On Twitter, Ritter said he’s working to reschedule the show, but in the meantime, all tickets and fees will be refunded.
The album brings Brent Cobb to the Knitting Factory on Thursday.
Ritter recorded “Fever Breaks,” which brings him to the Knitting Factory on Friday, with Jason Isbell at Nashville’s RCA Studio A.
Just under a year ago, alt-rock quintet Blue October headlined the Knitting Factory in support of its ninth album, “I Hope You’re Happy.”
Country artist Brett Young didn’t try to ignore the prospect of facing a sophomore slump. In fact, well before his 2017 self-titled debut had ended its run, having given him four No. 1 singles and status as one of country’s biggest rising stars, Young was already facing the follow-up challenge head on.
Tickets for all five shows go on sale Friday and will be available through Ticketweb, by calling (866) 468-7623 or at sp.knittingfactory.com.
The bands will perform at the Knitting Factory on Sunday.
The band headlined a sold-out show at the Knitting Factory on Friday.
The band released “Mirror Master,” its fourth studio album, in October.
The duo released “Tides of a Teardrop,” their sixth studio album, on Feb. 1.
Tickets for Tech N9ne and Dave Matthews Band are on sale now, while tickets for Lonestar go on sale March 1.
The band will release its latest EP Friday, the same day it headlines the Knitting Factory.
The Record Company will headline the Knitting Factory on Tuesday.
The band headlines the Knitting Factory on Saturday.
The ska punk mainstays will promote their ninth and latest studio album, “Life Sucks, Let’s Dance!” on Jan. 15 at the Knitting Factory. Aaron Barrett, the main songwriter and only remaining member from the band’s original lineup 26 years ago, said the new record is more hopeful than the sarcastic tracks of albums past.
The singer released “Wash House Ting” in 2016.
The band performed at the Knitting Factory twice last year.
Ben Klein will perform at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, and Sammy Eubanks will headline the Knitting Factory.