The storied band is hanging it up after supporting their forthcoming double album

Sum 41
Sum 41 [Travis Shinn]

After much anticipation, Sum 41 have confirmed the last round of dates of their upcoming final world tour. The band will tour Japan as previously announced, then return to North America in April for a round of newly announced dates. The first leg of the U.S. run kicks off on April 19 at The Astro in Omaha, Nebraska and wraps up on May 19 at Chartway Arena in Norfolk, Virginia. After a massive festival run around the globe over the summer, the band will return to The States for a second tour leg, which wraps up on October 5 at Bakkt Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. Very special guest for all U.S. shows will be The Interrupters.

From there, the band will play their largest headlining show to date on November 23 in Nanterre, France at the sold-out Paris La Défense Arena. Sum 41’s final live performance ever is set for January 30, 2025 at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Ontario. Check out the full tour itinerary plus a trailer video below.

General tickets for all U.S. shows go on sale January 19 at 10am local time.

Here’s a full list of all the pre-sales for the U.S. shows:

●      Artist pre-sale tickets available January 16 @ 11am ET / 8am PT

●      Citi pre-sale tickets available January 16 @ 11am ET / 8am PT

●      Spotify pre-sale tickets available January 17 @ 10am ET / 7am PT

●      BandsInTown pre-sale tickets available January 17 @ 10am ET / 7am PT 

●      Live Nation pre-sale tickets available January 17 @ 10am ET / 7am PT 

●      Ticketmaster pre-sale tickets available January 17 @ 10am ET / 7am PT 

●      Venue pre-sale tickets available January 18 @ 10am local time

Sum 41 recently revealed details for their forthcoming final double album, Heaven :x: Hell. Their most ambitious outing yet, Heaven is ten tracks of snarling, high energy pop punk, while Hell consists of ten heavy metal anthems spiked with fret-burning solos, thrashing riffs, and fist-pumping hooks. The band has been straddling the line of pop-punk and metal for their entire career, and Heaven :x: Hell is a testament to their innovative sound and unmatched skill, proving them as pioneers 27 years after the bands inception.

“Once I heard the music, I was confident enough to say, ‘This is the record I’d like to go out on,’” frontman Deryck Whibley stated. “We’ve made a double album of pop punk and metal, and it makes sense. It took a long time for us to pave this lane for ourselves, but we did, and it’s unique to us.”

Additionally, the band also unleashed a new single, “Rise Up,” the first offering from the upcoming album’s metal-filled Hell side.

Writing ‘Rise Up,’ I felt the way I did when I first got signed,” says Whibley. “I felt the pressure and the need to create something great, but I felt so excited at the same time.”

Stream the official music video HERE, directed by John Asher.

Back in September, Sum 41 have revealed the music video for the lead single, “Landmines, the band’s first new piece of material since 2019.

“When I wrote ‘Landmines,’ I had no intention of writing an old school “pop punk” song,” frontman Deryck Whibley says. “It just came out really quickly and I knew right away that this song felt special to me.”

Back in May, Sum 41 announced that they would be disbanding after nearly three decades together. The band made the announcement on their social media. They confirmed they will still be finishing all of their previously scheduled tour dates and festival appearances.

“Sum 41 will be disbanding,” the group said in a a statement.

Sum 41 formed in 1996 in Ajax, Ontario. They exploded into the mainstream with their wildly successful debut LP All Killer, No Filler. The record featured the hit singles “Fat Lip” and “In Too Deep,” which remain watershed pop-punk anthems. Their last album was 2019’s Order in Decline.

Looking back at the band’s storied 27 year career, Sum 41 has firmly cemented their place in rock history with over 15 million records sold worldwide, multiple Billboard Charting releases, a Grammy Award nomination, 2 Juno Awards (7 nominations), a Kerrang! Award in 2002, multiple Alternative Press Music Awards, and countless other accolades.

March 1 – Jakarta, Indonesia – Uptown Park
March 2 – Yogyakarta, Indonesia – Kridosono Stadium
March 4 – Singapore, Singapore – Star Theatre
March 5 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – Megastar Arena
March 14 – Sapporo, Japan – Zepp
March 16 – Tokyo, Japan – Punkspring*
March 18 – Yokohama, Japan – Zepp
March 19 – Nagoya, Japan – Zepp
March 21 – Hiroshima, Japan – Blue Lives
March 22 – Fukuoka, Japan – Zepp
March 23 – Osaka, Japan – Punkspring*
March 30 – Monterrey, Mexico – Pa’l Norte*
April 19 – Omaha, NE – The Astro^ 
April 20 – Wichita, KS – Wave^ 
April 21 – Kansas City, MO – Uptown Theater^ 
April 23 – Minneapolis, MN – The Armory^ 
April 24 – St. Louis, MO – The Factory^ 
April 26 – Grand Rapids, MI – GLC Live at 20 Monroe^ 
April 27 – Milwaukee, WI – Rave^ 
April 29 – Baltimore, MD – Pier 6^ 
April 30 – Boston, MA – MGM Music Hall at Fenway^ 
May 1 – Portland, ME – Cross Insurance Arena^ 
May 4 – Asbury Park, NJ – Stone Pony Summer Stage^ 
May 6 – New York, NY – Brooklyn Paramount^ 
May 8 – Reading, PA – Santander Arena^ 
May 9 – Raleigh, NC – The Red Hat Amphitheater^ 
May 11 – Atlanta, GA – Coca-Cola Roxy^ 
May 12 – Daytona Beach, FL – Welcome To Rockville*
May 14 – Nashville, TN – Ryman Auditorium^ 
May 15 – Charlotte, NC – Skyla Credit Union Amphitheatre^
May 17 – Columbus, OH – Sonic Temple*
May 18 – Philadelphia, PA – Skyline Stage at The Mann^ 
May 19 – Norfolk, VA – Chartway Arena^ 
June 14 – Hradec, Czechia – Rock For People*
June 15 – Nickelsdorf, Austria – Nova Rock*
June 16 – Derby, United Kingdom – Download Festival*
June 19 – Dublin, Ireland – Fairview Park
June 21 – Neuhausen ob Eck, Germany – Southside Festival*
June 22 – Lyon, France – Slamdunk*
June 23 – Schneesel, Germany – Hurricane Festival*
June 26 – Viviero, Spain – Resurection*
June 28 – Ysselsteyn, Netherlands – Jera on Air*
June 29 – GeiselWind, Germany – Mission Ready*
June 30 – Marmande, France – Garorock*
July 4 – Nantes, France – La Nuit de ;’Erdre*
July 5 – Werchter, Belgium – Rock Werchter*
July 6 – Belfort, France – Les Eurockéennes*
July 7 – Hunxe, Germany – Ruhrpott Rodeo*
July 9 – Milan, Italy – I-Days*
July 11 – Argeles sur mar, France – Les Deferlantes*
July 12 – Madrid, Spain – Mad Cool*
July 13 – Lisbon, Portugal – Nos Alive*
August 1 – Rimouski, Quebec – Parc Beausejour
August 7 – Saguenay, Quebec – La Baie’s Harbor Village Agora*
August 8 – Québec, Quebec – Quebec City Old Port Agora*
August 9 – Victoriaville, Quebec – Rock La Cauze*
September 4 – San Francisco, CA – Masonic Auditorium^
September 6 – Portland, OR – Alaska Airlines’ Theater Of The Clouds^ 
September 7 – Seattle, WA – Wamu Theater^ 
September 8 – Boise, ID – Revolution Concert House and Event Center^ 
September 10 – Salt Lake City, UT – The Lot at The Complex^ 
September 11 – Denver, CO – Red Rocks Amphitheatre^
September 12 – Des Moines, IA – Vibrant Music Hall^ 
September 14 – Detroit, MI – Masonic Temple^
September 15 – Cuyahoga Falls, OH – Blossom Music Center^ 
September 17 – Coraopolis, PA – UPMC Events Center^
September 23 – Miami, FL – The Fillmore Miami Beach^ 
September 24 – Orlando, FL – Orlando Amphitheater^
September 28 – Austin, TX – H-E-B Center at Cedar Park^ 
September 29 – Houston, TX – 713 Music Hall^ 
September 30 – Irving, TX – The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory^ 
October 2 – Phoenix, AZ – Arizona Financial Theatre^
October 3 – Los Angeles, CA – YouTube Theater^ 
October 5 – Las Vegas, NV – Bakkt Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino^ 
November 23 – Nanterre, France – Paris La Défense Arena [SOLD OUT]
January 30, 2025 – Toronto, ON – Scotiabank Arena [FINAL SHOW]

New dates in BOLD
* Festival Appearance
^ with The Interrupters

Tickets will be available HERE