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Bearings Drop Off Co-Headlining Tour With Just Friends

Bearings 2023
[Photo by: Kay Dargs]

Bearings have unfortunately announced that they have dropped off their co-headlining tour with Just Friends. Originally announcing The Alive And Loud Tour back in July, the pop-punk band was set to play all 24 dates of the tour with Young Culture, Sad Park, Save Face, and Odd Sweetheart as support. Now, due to scheduling conflicts, they are unable to fulfill their commitment. With just one week to go before getting in the van to head out, Young Culture has stepped into the direct support spot. 

In a statement posted on Instagram, Bearings apologizes for the last-minute cancellation and encourages fans to hold onto their tickets and still attend the shows. 

“Some last-minute changes in our touring plans for 2023/2024 resulted in conflicts with our scheduling that no longer allow us to perform on this tour,” the band writes. “We ask that all fans please hold onto their tickets and help pack these shows out in support of Just Friends, their new album GUSHER, the support bands and all promoters involved.”

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Bearings is still set to perform at Riot Fest on September 15, as well as the Toronto tour date on September 17. While the situation is challenging, Just Friends has kept things positive, announcing a slew of incredibly talented bands who will be a part of the new lineup at select shows. 

“We are lucky to be joined and supported by our friends in @youngcultureny, @savefacenj, @sadparkmusic @oddsweetheart @supamerican @shortlymi @millingtontheband & more 2 come,” the post reads. “It would mean a lot to us all if you came out to these shows, they will be absolutely FUN fashodie.”

This is not the first cancellation this tour has experienced. Back in August, the bands announced that Youth Fountain would be dropping off of the run without an explanation. While changes will likely continue to be made, Just Friends asks fans for their patience and understanding. 

“Some venues will shift & we thank you for sticking with us if you choose to :-),” they write.

Just Friends recently dropped their new album, Gusher, via Pure Noise Records. Known for their punk rock arrangements and raw vocals, the LP contains an infectious energy that fans can expect at their live show. 

Check out the full list of tour dates below and buy tickets here

Tour Dates:

  • Sept. 15—Chicago @ Riot Fest
  • Sept. 16—Detroit @ The Sanctuary
  • Sept. 17—Toronto @ The Opera House
  • Sept. 19—Montreal @ Fairmont Theatre
  • Sept. 20—Albany @ Empire Underground
  • Sept. 22—Philadelphia @ Union Transfer
  • Sept. 23—New York @ Racket
  • Sept. 24—Boston @ Crystal Ballroom
  • Sept. 26—New Haven @ The Space Ballroom
  • Sept. 27—Syracuse @ The Song & Dance
  • Sept. 29—Pittsburgh @ The Enclave
  • Sept. 30—Columbus @ Ace Of Cups
  • Oct. 1—Baltimore @ Ottobar
  • Oct. 3—Charlotte @ Amos’ Southend
  • Oct. 4—Atlanta @ The Masquerade (Hell)
  • Oct. 6—Dallas @ Lone Star Room
  • Oct. 7—San Antonio @ Paper Tiger
  • Oct. 10—Phoenix @ Crescent Ballroom
  • Oct. 11—Los Angeles @ Echoplex
  • Oct. 13—Anaheim @ Chain Reaction
  • Oct. 14—Sacramento @ Harlow’s
  • Oct. 15—Berkeley @ Cornerstone
  • Oct. 17—Seattle @ El Corazon
  • Oct. 18—Portland @ Hawthrone Theatre
  • Oct. 20—Salt Lake City @ Soundwell
  • Oct. 21—Denver @ Marquis Theatre
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