The band is celebrating the 20th anniversary of their landmark debut album
Finch have announced their first live shows in a decade. This spring, the band will embark on a celebratory 20th anniversary tour of the their landmark debut album What It Is to Burn. They will be performing the album in full for the first time in ten years this May at exclusive shows in Chicago, Boston, New York, and Anaheim. Pre-sale VIP tickets will go on sale February 1 at 9am PST. General tickets will become available on February 2 at 9am PST. Tickets can be purchased HERE.
“We are very happy to celebrate What It Is to Burn one more time with our fans,” Finch said in a statement.
Charting at No. 99 on the Billboard 200, What It Is to Burn, produced by Mark Trombino (Blink-182, Jimmy Eat World, Motion City Soundtrack, All Time Low) received comparisons to the music of Blink-182, Linkin Park, New Found Glory and Glassjaw. To date, the record has sold over 1 million copies worldwide.
Having toured previously with Yellowcard, New Found Glory, The Used and with Vans Warped Tour and the Reading and Leeds Festivals, Finch will return to the festival scene this year at When We Were Young Festival in Las Vegas and Bamboozle in New Jersey.
May 3 – Chicago –The House Of Blues
May 5 – Boston – Paradise Rock Club
May 6 – New York City – Le Poisson Rouge
May 27 – Anaheim – The House Of Blues