Emos unite! All Time Low are headlining the second Sad Summer Festival tour. The trek will set out across North America with The Story So Far, Movements, The Maine and a few other likeminded acts in tow.

It all kicks off July 17 in Sacramento, California, as the Sad Summer Fest makes its way down the coast, across the country, into Canada and back. The rock-fueled package tour wraps things up a month later in Milwaukee on Aug. 15. In addition to the bands mentioned above, Yours Truly, Grayscale and Destroy Boys also are along for the ride. See the tour dates down toward the bottom of this post.

"Rock n Roll summer camp just hits a little bit different when you're with your friends," All Time Low frontman Alex Gaskarth offered. "This tour is going to be something special, something we've all been chasing. Can't fucking wait."

Pre-sale tickets for the eighteen-city summer bash go on sale starting Tuesday (Feb. 25) at noon PT. Remaining concert tickets will be available beginning this Friday (Feb. 28) at 9 AM PT. For more information, check out the Sad Summer Festival site or All Time Low's internet outpost.

The tour news follows the revelation that All Time Low's upcoming album Wake Up, Sunshine is considered somewhat of a throwback after the Last Young Renegade era. The Note to Scene podcast explored that concept and what it means for the boys in the band to grow up on its latest episode.

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Sad Summer Festival 2020 North American Tour Dates

July 17 – Sacramento, Calif. @ Papa Murphy's Park at Cal Expo
July 18 – Anaheim, Calif. @ City National Grove of Anaheim
July 19 – Phoenix, Ariz. @ Rawhide Event Center
July 21 – Dallas, Texas @ Gas Monkey Live
July 22 – Houston, Texas @ The Lawn at White Oak Music Hall
July 24 – Orlando, Fla. @ Orlando Amphitheater at Central Florida Fairgrounds
July 25 – Atlanta, Ga. @ Steve Polk Plaza at The Masquerade
July 28 – Columbus, Ohio @ Express Live! Outdoor
July 29 – Pittsburgh, Pa. @ Stage AE Outdoors
July 31 – New York, N.Y. @ The Rooftop at Pier 17
Aug. 1 – Worcester, Mass. @ The Palladium Outdoors
Aug. 2 – Asbury Park, N.J. @ Stone Pony Summer Stage
Aug. 5 – Toronto, Ontario @ RBC Echo Beach
Aug. 7 – Baltimore, Md. @ MECU Pavilion
Aug. 8 – Philadelphia, Pa. @ Skyline Stage at the Mann
Aug. 12 – Chicago, Ill. @ Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island
Aug. 14 – Pontiac, Mi. @ Crofoot Ballroom Festival Grounds
Aug. 15 – Milwaukee, Wis. @ The Eagles Ballroom

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