Simple Plan, the iconic pop-punk band, is thrilled to announce their highly anticipated ‘The Hard As Rock’ Europe and UK Tour. Joined by special guests Mayday Parade and State Champs, this tour promises to be a must-see event for all rock music fans. The tour is set to kick off on January 19th, 2024, in Paris, France, and will visit cities across Europe, bringing high-energy performances and incredible live music to audiences before wrapping up in London, UK, on February 24
“We’re super excited to be coming back to Europe and the UK early next year! After an amazing arena tour with our good friends Sum 41 last fall and some incredible festival shows this spring, we’re thrilled to come back on our own headlining tour, playing full shows for our UK and Euro fans all over the continent.”
“It’s gonna be great to play a bunch of new songs from our latest album ‘Harder Than it Looks’ as well as all the fans’ favorites from our early records. We might even throw in a few jams we rarely play live to celebrate, as 2024 marks the 25th anniversary of the band and the 20th anniversary of our second album, ‘Still Not Getting Any’!.
We’re stoked to bring our friends State Champs and Mayday Parade with us, two fantastic bands that we and our fans love! This is probably one of the strongest UK / European tour line-up we’ve ever put together and we can’t wait for it to kick off next year!” shares drummer Chuck Comeau.
Simple Plan will donate $1 from each ticket sold on this tour to the Simple Plan Foundation. Established in 2005, the Simple Plan Foundation focuses on helping young people in need and showcasing the power of music as a tool to find purpose and direction in life. Since its inception the Simple Plan Foundation has donated over $2M to various charitable causes in Canada and has been awarded many prestigious distinctions for its philanthropic work.
‘Hard As Rock’ Tour Dates:
January 19th – Bataclan – Paris, France
January 20th – Bataclan – Paris, France
January 22nd – Sant Jordi Club – Barcelona, Spain
January 24th – Docks – Lausanne, Switzerland
January 25th – Fabrique – Milan, Italy
January 26th – Tonhalle – Munich, Germany
January 28th – Forum Karlin Hall – Prague, Czechia
January 29th – Stodola – Warsaw, Poland
January 30th – Gasometer – Vienna, Austria
February 1st – Columbiahalle – Berlin, Germany
February 2nd – Edel Optics Arena – Hamburg, Germany
February 4th – Palladium – Cologne, Germany
February 5th – O13 – Tilburg, Netherlands
February 7th – De Roma – Antwerp, Belgium