THE BRONX Announce Fall North America Tour Dates

The Bronxwho wrapped up a lengthy tour with Frank Turner on Saturday, has already announced his next North American trek, teaming up with The Chats for a co-headlining tour that kicks off October 4, with a headlining release to be continued.

“We’re thrilled to be heading out with The Chats, Drug Church and Scowl this fall,” frontman Matt Caughthran said. “All bands are at pivotal and special times in their careers, and all bands are kicking ass. These shows are guaranteed to be absolutely insane.

Following the start of The Chats’ recent North American tour at Coachella, they will return with their second album, Get Fucked, on August 19.

Tickets for all dates go on sale this Friday at 10:00 a.m. Pacific/1:00 p.m. Eastern. Ticket links can be accessed through

Bronx/The Chats co-headlining dates (Drug Church and Scowl opening):

October 4 San Diego, CA Music Box

October 6 Berkeley, CA The UC Theater

October 7 Los Angeles, California Belasco Theater

October 10 Seattle, WA Neptune Theater

October 11 Portland, OR Roseland Theater

October 13 Salt Lake City, UT The Resort

October 14 Denver, CO Summit

October 15 Lincoln, NE Bourbon Theater

October 16 Minneapolis, MN Varsity Theater

October 18 Chicago, Illinois Concord Music Hall

October 19 Detroit, MI El Club

October 20 Toronto, ON The Phoenix

October 21 Montreal, QC Corona Theater

October 22 Brooklyn, New York Brooklyn Steel

October 23 Boston, MA Big Night Live

Bronx headlining tour dates:

October 25 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Theater of the Living Arts

October 26 Washington, D.C. The Black Cat

October 27 Charlotte, North Carolina The Metro

October 28 Atlanta, GA The Masquerade

October 29 Memphis, TN Growlers

October 31 Austin, TX Mohawk

November 1 Dallas, TX Trees

November 3 Albuquerque, NM Launchpad

November 4 Phoenix, AZ The Rebel Lounge

November 5 Orange County, CA Punk in the Park (Festival Show)

Drug Church open on all dates. Robot Monster opens shows October 25-29, Meat Wave opens dates October 31-November 4.

The Bronx, which is celebrating its 20th anniversarye anniversary, have released six albums under the name The Bronx and three albums under their alter ego, Mariachi El Bronx. Their most recent album, Bronx VI, saw the SoCal band work with producer Joe Barresi (Tool, Queens of the Stone Age) on what has been described as “happy rock ‘n’ roll that oscillates between hard rock and hardcore punk (Consequence). During the album’s extensive rollout, the band celebrated all things local, working with notable artists such as DabsMyla, Craig Stecyk and Estevan Oriol for a series of collectible 7-inches, as well as videos and articles. unique merchandise. The Bronx has been hailed for harnessing “unleashed cries of blue-collar youth angst” (Los Angeles Times) and for writing “punchy, catchy hard rock tracks” (Loudwire). The Bronx is made up of Matt Caughthran (vocals), Joby J. Ford (guitar), Ken Horne (guitar), Brad Magers (bass) and Joey Castillo (drums).

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