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Anti-Flag Announce East Coast 20th Anniversary Shows!


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#1 Anti-Flag

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Posted 11 March 2013 - 11:00 AM

Anti-Flag will be playing very special anniversary shows this May in select cities on the East Coast. These shows provide a unique opportunity to see the band in an intimate setting playing their signature anthems, as well as reaching deep into the catalog and playing rare material that a live audience normally wouldn’t have the chance to hear. The band will be splitting songs from ten albums over the two shows in each city.

 

SHOW #1: Features songs from the albums:
"Die For the Government"
"A New Kind of Army"
“Mobilize”
"The People or The Gun"
"The General Strike"
SHOW #2: Features songs from the albums:
“Their System Doesn’t Work for You”
"Underground Network"
"The Terror State"
"For Blood and Empire”
"The Bright Lights of America"

The tour dates will also feature the debut of Anti-Flag performing live their version of the Amnesty International commemorative song “Toast To Freedom”.

***Tickets on Sale March 15 & 16! Pittsburgh shows on sale now!

May 18 - NEW YORK, NY - THE STUDIO @ WEBSTER HALL (SHOW #1)
Anti-Flag with Hostage Calm, Code Orange Kids, Worlds Scariest Police Chases

May 19 - NEW YORK, NY - THE STUDIO @ WEBSTER HALL (SHOW #2)
Anti-Flag with This Is Hell, Luther, Worship This!

May 20 - WASHINGTON, DC - DC9 (SHOW #1)
Anti-Flag with This is Hell and Worship This!

May 21- WASHINGTON, DC - DC9 (SHOW #2)
Anti-Flag with Code Orange Kids and Worlds Scariest Police Chases

May 23 – TORONTO, ON- HARD LUCK (SHOW #1)
Anti-Flag with Hostage Calm, Code Orange Kids, Junior Battles

May 24 – TORONTO, ON - HARD LUCK (SHOW #2)
Anti-Flag with Make Do and Mend, Hostage Calm, St Alvia

May 26 - CHICAGO, IL - BEAT KITCHEN (SHOW #1)
Anti-Flag with Make Do and Mend, Hostage Calm, Worlds Scariest Police Chases

May 27 - CHICAGO, IL - BEAT KITCHEN (SHOW #2)
Anti-Flag with The Swellers, Hostage Calm, Worship This!

May 30 - PITTSBURGH, PA - MR SMALLS THEATRE (SHOW #1)
Anti-Flag with The Swellers, Hostage Calm, Worlds Scariest Police Chases

May 31 - PITTSBURGH, PA - MR SMALLS THEATRE (SHOW #2)
Anti-Flag with Lemuria, Code Orange Kids, Worship This!

 

***Purchase tickets to both nights and receive a free Anti-Flag 20th Anniversary poster. (*Available at the shows, while supplies last).

This year finds Anti-Flag once again touring the globe, releasing new music, and innovatively engaging audiences. Anti-Flag has joined forces with Art For Amnesty to release an electrifying version of “Toast To Freedom,” the now-classic commemorative song written to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Amnesty International. The track — inspired by the imprisonment of Russian activist punk band Pussy Riot and benefiting human rights organization Amnesty International – was recorded at the legendary Hansa Studio in Berlin, Germany, and features Donots, Ian D’Sa of Billy Talent, and Bernd of Beatsteaks. Amnesty International will have a presence at the May shows, as will the environmental organization Greenpeace.

Anti-Flag have also just released a split 7” record with Hostage Calm. The split released on Run For Cover and the newly relaunched A-F Records features one new song from each band pressed on three beautiful combinations of red, white and blue splatter with an etched b-side. Proceeds from record sales will go to benefit two organizations, Assemble and Music Haven, based in each band's hometown.

 

***Tickets on Sale March 15 & 16! Pittsburgh shows on sale now!



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Posted 15 March 2013 - 05:11 PM

And what about montreal???

#3 evilxdead

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Posted 18 March 2013 - 11:32 PM

Yeees.

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Posted 25 March 2013 - 05:33 PM

is the toronto show all ages?

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Posted 02 April 2013 - 12:23 PM

Does anyone think the first NYC show will sell out quick? I probably won't be able to my my ticket for a week or so

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Posted 03 May 2013 - 01:42 AM

If anyone is on the fence about going then you should definitely go seeing them in Oakland was awesome and they played alot of songs I didn't expect. Whoever goes should tell me if they switch up the set or not.
Spoilers for oakland set:
http://instagram.com/p/XKylaSGl6k/#

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Posted 04 May 2013 - 10:28 AM

View PostHmsdude24, on 02 April 2013 - 12:23 PM, said:

Does anyone think the first NYC show will sell out quick? I probably won't be able to my my ticket for a week or so
An Anti-Flag show selling-out? Let's be realistic here.

View PostNICKxSUTTON, on 06 June 2009 - 12:45 PM, said:

ok punk by the book. which is a FUCKING OXYMORON YOU DUMB PIECE OF SHIT. you need to go brush the fuck up on your local black bloc. you probly live out in the woods somewhere

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