Bad Religion Planning North American Tour

By | January 6, 2002 at 12:00 AM

Veteran punk act Bad Religion is lining up a North American tour in support of its upcoming Epitaph album “The Process of Belief,” due out Jan. 22. Before setting out with Hot Water Music and Less Than Jake for a March 1 opener in Houston, Bad Religion will play four special club shows on Jan. 23 in San Francisco and Jan. 24-26 in Los Angeles. Those gigs will mark only the second live appearance that founding member Brett Gurewitz has made with Bad Religion since leaving the group in 1995.

As previously reported, “The Process of Belief” is Bad Religion’s first album since returning to Gurewitz’s Epitaph label after releasing five sets for Atlantic.

The Full Routing For The March Tour Is Not Yet Finalized, But Here Are The Dates So Far:

  • Jan. 23 – San Francisco – Bottom of the Hill
  • Jan. 24 – Los Angeles – Whiskey
  • Jan. 25 – Los Angeles – Roxy
  • Jan. 26 – Los Angeles – Key Club
  • March 1 – Houston
  • March 2 – Dallas
  • March 4 – Orlando, Fla.
  • March 5 – Miami
  • March 7 – Atlanta
  • March 8 – Norfolk, Va.
  • March 10 – Washington, D.C.
  • March 11 – Philadelphia
  • March 12 – New York
  • March 14 – Boston or Worcester, Mass.
  • March 15 – Montreal
  • March 16 – Toronto
  • March 17 – Detroit
  • March 19 – Chicago
  • March 20 – Milwaukee
  • March 21 – Minneapolis
  • March 23 – Denver
  • March 25 – Seattle
  • March 28 – San Diego
  • March 29 – Phoenix

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