Bad Religion Mini-Tour 2022: How to Buy Last-Minute Tickets, Schedule, Festival Appearance

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Only bad religion could make a poetic tour announcement.

“In the riot of spring, come therefore with us”, shared the legendary punk band on Instagram.

Starting March 26, the Los Angeles natives will kick off their tumultuous 10-concert mini-tour across the United States with support act Slaughterhouse before heading overseas for a series of international gigs.

Will the band play classic 80s tunes or newer tracks from their 2019 album at the US and international shows?

The best way to find out is live.

Now here’s everything you need to know to see Bad Religion on tour this year.

Where can I buy tickets for Bad Religion?

Tickets to see the influential punk band are available at all major ticketing sites.

Purchase price on StubHub, lively seats, ticket master, SeatGeek and MegaSeats will give the best results.

Where does Bad Religion go on tour?

Just a few select locations before heading overseas for the European leg of their tour.

To keep things simple, we’ve listed all of the upcoming US concerts below with dates, locations, and links to buy tickets.

A full calendar including all international dates can be found here.

Festival appearances

Once Bad Religion returns across the pond, they are set to headline two major festivals. If you’d like to see them perform with other great bands, we’ve got all the information you need below.

Louder Than Life Music Festival

September 22-25; Louisville, Kentucky

Headliners include Hot red peppers, Nine inch nails and incubus. Buy your tickets here

Aftershock Music Festival

Oct. 6-9; Sacramento, California

Headliners include My Chemical Romance, foo fighters and Noose. Buy your tickets here

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Matt Levy covers the entertainment industry live, writing about upcoming concerts, festivals, shows and events. He can be reached at [email protected].

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