Riot Fest 2022 Douglass Park Chicago, Illinois September 16th, 17th, and 18th This weekend, Chicago hosted Riot Fest for the 16th year and brought an astounding amount of people to Southside Chicago’s Douglass Park. Though this was the fest’s 2nd year back after live music’s hiatus in 2020, this Continue Reading
Chicago’s beloved Riot Fest kicked off this weekend and Day 1 is in the books! We’ll be back at it tomorrow and posting recaps daily. Look out for the full Riot Fest article on Monday!
The Wonder Years, Real Friends, Knuckle Puck, Seaway, and Moose Blood November 2nd, 2016 Seattle, WA Swinging through Seattle on November 2nd was one of the most highly talked about, not to mention STACKED, tours going through North America this fall. The Wonder Years, Real Friends, Knuckle Puck, Seaway, and Continue Reading
The Wonder Years, Real Friends, Knuckle Puck, Moose Blood and Seaway will be touring this fall in North America! All of the confirmed dates can be seen above and you can buy a VIP package here.
The Wonder Years will be playing four date this summer in the UK and those dates can be found above.
The Wonder Years just released a music video for “Stained Glass Ceilings” that can be streamed here.
The Wonder Years will be touring with letlive. and Microwave this spring with more tour guests set to be announced. The list of dates can be found above.
Motion City Soundtrack and The Wonder Years have teamed up to release a split 7″ in honor of their upcoming tour. The album artwork can be seen above, and pre-orders begin on October 9th. Read the official statement from the band below and head here to see the dates of Continue Reading
You can stream No Closer To Heaven, the new album from The Wonder Years, here.
You can stream The Wonder Years’ new song “Thanks For The Ride” here. Their new album, No Closer To Heaven, drops tomorrow.
The Wonder Years and The Story So Far will be touring America this fall with support from Modern Baseball and Gnarwolves. The dates for the tour can be seen above.
Listen to A Loss For Words’ new song “Conquest of Mistakes” featuring The Wonder Years’ Soupy Campbell here.