Southern California has been no stranger to big tours this summer, and now we can add one more to the list. Bad Religion just announced their 2023 tour, and it has a bullseye set for California.
This tour aligns with the 30th anniversary of the “Recipe for Hate” album. Their loyal fans will tell you the big hits they love to hear off that album include “Struck a Nerve” and “American Jesus.”
The album was an enormous success not just with their fans, but commercially as well. Quite the feat for a punk band from Los Angeles. The album went on to hit number 14 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart.
Bad Religion features some of the most recognizable names in the world of music – lead singer Greg Gaffin, guitarist Brett Gurewitz, bassist Jay Bentley, guitarist Brian Baker, guitarist Mike Dimkich, and drummer Jamie Miller.
Their catalog of music is legendary, and includes era-defining songs: “Sorrow,” “Los Angeles is Burning,” “Infected,” “Generator,” “21st Century (Digital Boy,)” “The Devil in Stiches,” and “My Sanity.”
The band will kick off the tour in Ventura on September 27th. The entire 22-date trek will crisscross the US and wraps up on October 29th at the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey.
Pre-sale tickets for shows go on sale today at noon (local time). General on-sale will be August 3rd at 10 a.m. (local time).
Get your tickets as this will be another spectacular show in SoCal.