Silverstein Announce ‘Discovering The Waterfront’ 10-Year Anniversary Tour


Get out your emo bangs and prepare to scream until your lungs are sore. You may also want to break out your Clue game and begin creating cosplay based on your favorite weapons because Silverstein are kicking off 2015 by celebrating the 10-year anniversary of Discovering The Waterfront.

Do you remember where you were in 2005? I was a junior in high school who thought every song from the emo/scene world was written as a direct reflection of my own personal experiences. Discovering The Waterfront was one of those albums I played until everyone I knew could not stand to be around me any longer. Then I made new friends and kept on spinning it until the next album dropped. I still spin it. It’s waiting in my iTunes right now, as well as my physical music collection at home.

The point is – this is the news people like me have unknowingly been waiting to hear for years.

Silverstein have announced plans to embark on a 10-year anniversary tour for Discovering The Waterfront that will find them visiting cities across the United States. We do not have the full routing just yet, but We can confirm support from Beartooth, Hands Like Houses, Major League, and My Iron Lung. You can view the official poster and full list of tour dates below:



Thu-Jan-15               London, ON                          London Music Hall

Fri-Jan-16                 Detroit, MI                             Crofoot

Sat-Jan-17                Chicago, IL                           Bottom Lounge

Sun-Jan-18               Minneapolis, MN                  Mill City Nights

Tue-Jan-20               Winnipeg, MB                       Garrick

Wed-Jan-21              Saskatoon, SK                     O’Brians Event Centre

Thu-Jan-22               Edmonton, AB                      Union Hall

Fri-Jan-23                 Calgary, AB                          The Gateway

Sat-Jan-24                Vancouver, BC                     Tom Lee

Sun-Jan-25               Seattle, WA                          El Corazon

Mon-Jan-26              Portland, OR                        Hawthorne Theatre

Wed-Jan-28              Sacramento, CA                  Ace of Spades

Thu-Jan-29               Anaheim, CA                        House of Blues

Fri-Jan-30                 Los Angeles, CA                  House of Blues

Sat-Jan-31                San Diego, CA                     House of Blues

Mon-Feb-02              Phoenix, AZ                         The Nile

Tue-Feb-03               Las Vegas, NV                     House of Blues

Wed-Feb-04             Reno, NV                               Knitting Factory

Thu-Feb-05               Salt Lake City, UT                Club Sound

Fri-Feb-06                 Denver, CO                          Summit Music Hall

Sat-Feb-07                Albuquerque, NM                 Sunshine Theater

Sun-Feb-08              Dallas, TX                             The Prophet Bar

Tue-Feb-10               San Antonio, TX                   Backstage Live

Wed-Feb-11             Houston, TX                          Warehouse Live

Fri-Feb-13                 Ft. Lauderdale, FL                Revolution

Sat-Feb-14                Orlando, FL                          The Beacham

Sun-Feb-15              Atlanta, GA                            Masquerade

Tue-Feb-17               Greensboro, NC                   Cone Denim Center

Wed-Feb-18             Norfolk, VA                            Norva

Thu-Feb-19               Baltimore, MD                      Soundstage

Fri-Feb-20                 Philadelphia, PA                   Union Transfer

Sat-Feb-21                New York, NY                       Webster Hall

Sun-Feb-22              Worcester, MA                      Palladium

Tue-Feb-24               Cincinnati, OH                      Bogarts

Wed-Feb-25             Cleveland, OH                      House of Blues

Thu-Feb-26               Albany, NY                            Upstate Concert Theatre

Fri-Feb-27                 Montreal, QC                        The National

Sat-Feb-28                Toronto, ON                          The Danforth Music Hall

We’ll bring you more information on this tour as soon as additional details are made available. For now, enjoy this:

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