Fireworks Are Going On Hiatus

By | May 15, 2015 at 10:47 AM


Fireworks have announced an indefinite hiatus for the band, beginning immediately after the group’s upcoming summer headlining tour.  Read a statement from the band below.

The hiatus follows the band’s latest release  Oh, Common Life, released last year through Triple Crown Records. They’ll tour the entire United States this summer, kicking off May 27th in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and running through late August, and will also play Slam Dunk and Skate and Surf Festivals.

Fireworks announced their hiatus on Facebook:

“There’s no way to express how much your love and support has meant to Fireworks – and furthermore, to us as individuals over the last 8 years or so. After these upcoming gigs are ripped, we will be taking a break for awhile to give the other sides of life a try. We really don’t know how long “awhile” is, but you’ll be the first to know when we figure that out. Hope to see everyone this Spring and Summer. Fireworks Forever.”

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