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Sum 41 drop by to say goodbye in the Autumn

Canadian punks return to the UK for their farewell tour with 6 major shows

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It seems that everyone in punk is calling it day, with one last hurrah before heading off into the sunset. Last year UK Subs gave up touring and will only play one-offs and festivals. Earlier this month it was NOFX and now the Grammy-nominated Canadian punk rockers, Sum 41 have announced additional dates to the Tour Of The Setting Sum in the UK and Europe. The shows, which see them start in Europe on 21st October before hitting the UK from 26th October for six shows including OVO Wembley Arena. Support for the UK shows comes from The Bronx and Neck Deep will join for the final EU leg, which ends in Paris, France to an already sold-out crowd of 35,000 fans. 

Sum 41 recently released double album, Heaven :x: Hell, out now via Rise Records. Heaven :x: Hell is the most ambitious album from Sum 41 yet – Heaven is 10 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.

Full dates are listed below and shows go on general sale on 28th June at 10am HERE “We are really excited to announce shows in the UK and Europe later this year.” Says Deryck Whibley.  “This forms another leg of our last-ever shows and our fans overseas have been incredible to us over the years, so we can’t wait to put on the best show of our lives and go out on a high”

Tour Of The Setting Sum Dates

4 July – Nantes, France – La Nuit de ;’Erdre*
5 July  – Werchter, Belgium – Rock Werchter*
6 July – Belfort, France – Les Eurockéennes*
7 July  – Hunxe, Germany – Ruhrpott Rodeo*
9 July – Milan, Italy – I-Days*
11 July  – Argeles sur mar, France – Les Deferlantes*
12 July – Madrid, Spain – Madcool*
13 July  – Lisbon, Portugal – Nos Alive*
1 August  – Rimouski, Quebec – Parc Beausejour
3 August – New Glasgow, Nova Scotia – The Jubilee 2024*
4 August  –Saint John, New Brunswick – Area 506 Festival 2024*
7 August – Saguenay, Quebec – La Baie’s Harbor Village Agora*
8 August – Québec, Quebec – Quebec City Old Port Agora* – SOLD OUT
9 August – Victoriaville, Quebec – Rock La Cauze*
3 September – San Francisco, CA – Masonic Auditorium^
4 September  – San Francisco, CA – Masonic Auditorium^
6 September – Portland, OR – Alaska Airlines’ Theater Of The Clouds^ 
7 September – Seattle, WA – Wamu Theater^ 
8 September – Boise, ID – Revolution Concert House and Event Center^ 
10 September – Salt Lake City, UT – The Lot at The Complex^ 
11 September – Denver, CO – Red Rocks Amphitheatre^
12 September  – Des Moines, IA – Vibrant Music Hall^ 
14 September  – Detroit, MI – Masonic Temple^
15 September  – Cuyahoga Falls, OH – Blossom Music Center^ 
17 September – Coraopolis, PA – UPMC Events Center^
23 September – Miami, FL – The Fillmore Miami Beach^ 
24 September  – Orlando, FL – Orlando Amphitheater^
28 September  – Austin, TX – H-E-B Center at Cedar Park^ 
29 September – Houston, TX – 713 Music Hall^ 
30 September – Irving, TX – The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory^ 
2 October  – Phoenix, AZ – Arizona Financial Theatre^
3 October – Los Angeles, CA – YouTube Theater^ 
5 October  – Las Vegas, NV – Bakkt Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino^ 

21 Oct 2024 Den Bosch * Brabanthallen NL (w/ The Bronx)
23 Oct 2024 Brussels ING BEL  (w/ The Bronx)
24 Oct 2024 Caen Zenith FR (w/ The Bronx)
26 Oct 2024 Leeds First Direct Arena UK (w/ The Bronx)
27 Oct 2024 Glasgow Hydro UK (w/ The Bronx)
 28 Oct 2024 Manchester Co-op Arena UK (w/ The Bronx)
30 Oct 2024 Nottingham Motorpoint Arena UK  (w/ The Bronx)
31 Oct 2024 London OVO Wembley Arena UK (w/ The Bronx)
2 Nov 2024 Cardiff Utilita Arena UK (w/ The Bronx)
9 Nov 2024 Lodz Atlas Arena POL (w/ Neck Deep)
10 Nov 2024 Prague O2 CZECH (w/ Neck Deep)
12 Nov 2024 Budapest MVM dome HUN (w/ Neck Deep)
13 Nov 2024 Vienna Stadhalle AUS (w/ Neck Deep)
Sat 16 Nov 2024 Bologna Unipol IT (w/ Neck Deep)
17 Nov 2024 Rome Pallazzo Dello Sport IT (w/ Neck Deep)
 21 Nov 2024 Geneva Arena CH (w/ Neck Deep)
23 November – Nanterre, France – Paris La Défense Arena – SOLD OUT

10 January 2025 Victoria BC, Save On Foods Memorial Centre
11 January 2025 Vancouver BC, Rogers Arena
13 January 2025 Kelowana BC, Prospera Place
16 January 2025 Calgary AB, Scotiabank Saddledome
17 January 2025 Edmonton AB, Rogers Place
18 January 2025 Saskatoon, SK Sasktel Centre
20 January 2025 Winnipeg, MB Canada Life Place
23 January 2025 St Catherines, ON Meridian Centre
24 January 2025 Ottawa, ON Canadian Tire Centre
25 January 2025 Laval, ON Place Bell
27 January 2025 London, ON Budweiser Gardens
28 January 2025 – Toronto, ON – Scotiabank Arena
30 January 2025 – Toronto, ON – Scotiabank Arena * Festival Appearance
^ with The Interrupters

Artist presale: Tuesday 25th June @ 10am local
Venue/local promoter presales: Wednesday 26th June @ 10am local
Spotify presale: Thursday 27th June @ 10am local
General on sale: Friday 28th June @ 10am local

ABOUT SUM 41 Sum 41 never fit in. They didn’t give a shit or try to either. Instead, they came out of the gate swinging with a signature style punctuated by pop punk singalongs and hard-hitting heavy metal proficiency. As a result, they’ve cast an unmatched shadow over popular culture, tracing back to their turn-of-the-century domination of TRL up to a rapturous set at the inaugural When We Were Young Festival. Within the span of a year, Iggy Pop tapped them for a collaboration, and they paid a fiery tribute to Metallica for MTV Icon. Their music has surged through major franchises, ranging from Spider-Man to American Pie and Bring It On. They ignited a triptych of multi-platinum classic albums—All Killer No Filler (2001),  Does This Look Infected? (2002), and Chuck (2004)—and persisted in their second decade with just as much piss and vinegar on the likes of 13 Voices (2016) and Order In Decline (2019). Slant hailed the latter as “a hell of fun ride,” while GQ applauded how “the band made it all the way back.” After selling 15 million albums worldwide, garnering two Juno Awards, a Kerrang! Award, and a handful of Alternative Press Music Awards, receiving a GRAMMY® nomination, and packing venues everywhere, they’re going out with a bang—and on their own terms. Disregarding the rules, ignoring expectations, and following their instincts once again, the band—Deryck Whibley (vocals, guitar), Dave Baksh (guitar), Jason McCaslin (bass), Tom Thacker (guitar), and Frank Zummo (drums)—deliver a fittingly fiery final statement in the form of the double-LP, Heaven :x: Hell (Rise Records). It’s big, it’s ballsy, and it’s their boldest and best body of work to date.

Heaven :x: Hell is available to order now at

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Andi Callen (Contributing Editor)

Original punk. Done everything there is to do in music, except run a record label! Addicted to noise and taking photographs of live music. Based on NW England, I've previously contributed to Louder Than War, MancAndi, The Punk Site, and Backseat Mafia, where I was Punk/Post Punk & Live Editor. Part of the original review team when Rocksound Magazine first started.
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