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Four Year Strong Announce 'Rise Or Die Trying' 10th Anniversary UK And Ireland Shows

Wednesday, 09 November 2016 Written by Jon Stickler

Four Year Strong have lined up UK and Ireland shows as part of their 'Rise Or Die Trying' 10th anniversary celebrations.

The band will will be joined by Chunk! No Captain Chunk! and Homebound at the Fleece in Bristol, Manchester Academy 2, the O2 Academy Birmingham, London's KOKO and Dublin Academy between February 14 and 18. The band say:

"In 2007 we put out a record called 'Rise or Die Trying', starting us down a path that would lead us all over the world, and drastically change our lives. With 2017 marking the 10 year anniversary, it's time to say thank you. Thank you to everyone that came out and supported our young band, thank you to everyone who still goes crazy at shows when we play RODT songs, and thank you to a record that gave us these last ten years.

"Over the next year we will be announcing 'Rise or Die Trying' 10 year shows all over the world where we will be playing the record front to back, the first of which being announced today in Europe this February. We are doing these shows at smaller, intimate venues to really make it something special. Keep a lookout for announcements of shows near you next year and come out and get crazy with us as we play the record that brought us to you in the first place. Rise or Die Trying."

Tickets are on sale at 10am on November 11, priced £15.00/£16.00 plus fees.

Meanwhile, check out their cover of Christmas song Somewhere In My Memory, which featured on the Home Alone soundtrack, below.

Four Year Strong Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Tue February 14 2017 - BRISTOL Fleece
Wed February 15 2017 - MANCHESTER Academy 2
Thu February 16 2017 - BIRMINGHAM O2 Academy2 Birmingham
Fri February 17 2017 - LONDON KOKO
Sat February 18 2017 - DUBLIN Academy

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