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Coheed and Cambria, Taking Back Sunday coming to Hard Rock Las Vegas

20 February 2018

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Celebrated American rock bands Coheed and Cambria and Taking Back Sunday today announced their upcoming summer co-headlining amphitheater tour. The 28-city U.S. outing, produced by Live Nation, will make a Las Vegas stop at The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino - Las Vegas Friday, 10 August at 6 p.m. Northern California act The Story So Far will be the opener on all dates.

Tickets range in price from $59.50 to $129.50 (plus applicable service fees) and go on sale to the general public beginning this Friday, 23 February at 10 a.m. PST at the Hard Rock Hotel box office, by calling 888-9-AXS-TIX or online at AXS. For VIP ticket packages, including premium seating options, please contact jointvip@hrhvegas.com. For groups of 12 or more, please call 702-693-4017 or contact darnson@hrhvegas.com.

Artist pre-sales start Wednesday, 21 February at 10 a.m. PST and will end at 10 p.m. PST on Thursday, 22 February. The Joint and Live Nation customers will receive access to a pre-sale running Thursday, 22 February from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. PST.

It's been over two years since Coheed and Cambria's 2015 album, The Color Before the Sun, was released as the band's first "non-concept" album over the span of their 15-year career. The album left the sci-fi universe of "The Amory Wars" and instead focused on frontman Claudio Sanchez's personal life, including the birth of his first child. With 2018 begun and a major summer tour now announced, the volume of fans' chatter for a new album and whether it will return to the band's fictional concept arc will surely reach new heights.

Coheed and Cambria is a rare band whose music is able to transcend "scenes" and effortlessly cross genres of rock, from indie to progressive, to metal and pop-punk to classic rock. The band is frequently compared to progressive, operatic rock bands of the '70s, a la Queen, Supertramp or Rush, due to their thrilling concept albums that take listeners on a grand journey of sounds and often clock-in around 10 minutes, but still include sugary pop-laden hooks.

The group's following has grown steadily every album, partly due to their ferocious live shows that brings fans to their knees with an equally expansive light show. This summer, the band will be performing songs from their expansive catalog.

Produced by Mike Sapone, TIDAL WAVE, the seventh full-length studio album from Taking Back Sunday, released in the fall of 2016, finds the New York rock band both pushing its creative limits in an attempt to reach new fans as well as reconnect with those who have remained since the its inception. Deemed "eclectic and sensitive" by Entertainment Weekly, TIDAL WAVE presents itself as yet another rewarding reinvention for the band.

"By the time most bands get to this point in their career they are pretty set in what they do, but we were really mindful about approaching our musical ideas differently this time around and staying true to where the five of us are in our lives right now," frontman Adam Lazzara explains. "This album is truly an expression of what Taking Back Sunday is during this snapshot in time as opposed to what we think people expect from our band."

Taking Back Sunday are excited to spend the summer of 2018 touring with their longtime friends in Coheed and Cambria.

"It's funny, we've been friends all of this time but we've never done a full tour together," comments drummer Mark O'Connell. "We ran into each other at some festivals last year and got to talking about it and here we are."

The band will be rested up from a quick trip over to the U.K. and Germany at the end of May and primed for these summer appearances.

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