RISE AGAINST ANNOUNCE 2022 NOWHERE GENERATION TOUR DATES
SUPPORT INCLUDES PENNYWISE & ROTTING OUT
THE ANDREW J BRADY MUSIC CENTER
APRIL 10, 2022
Tickets On Sale Wednesday, December 15 at 10am
Cincinnati, OH (12/09/21) – RISE AGAINST announced additional 2022 headlining dates of their Nowhere Generation Tour. The 10-date expansion of shows in the U.S. and Canada includes a stop in Cincinnati at The Andrew J Brady Music Center on April 10. Pennywise and Rotting Out will join as support for the additional dates.
Tickets will go on sale to the public beginning at 10am on Wednesday, December 15th at Ticketmaster.com.
Rise Against’s 2022 tour celebrates their acclaimed 2021 album, Nowhere Generation (Loma Vista Recordings), which saw its title track, #1 Rock-charting hit earn various spots on Billboard’s Year-End Charts for radio airplay, including #4 at Mainstream Rock Songs and #5 at Rock Airplay Songs, as well as iHeartRadio’s #10 most played Alternative song in 2021. The band is also Billboard’s #9 most-played artist on rock radio this year, alongside Billie Eilish, Foo Fighters, and more.
On Nowhere Generation, released in June of 2021, the multi-Gold and Platinum band draws a line in the sand with its blazing and aggressive punk rock and lyrics that shine a spotlight on the social and economical deck that has been stacked against our younger generations’ pursuit of The American Dream. The album debuted at the top of multiple Billboard charts with its first week sales (#1 on Rock, #3 on Top Current Albums, #3 on Vinyl, and the Top 40 of the Top 200), and earned great press from outlets including Revolver, Consequence, Brooklyn Vegan, Grammy.com, American Songwriter, The Line of Best Fit, Clash, Kerrang!, and All Music, while June 4th was declared “Rise Against Day In Chicago,” the band’s original hometown.
Last month, Rise Against shared the Nowhere Sessions EP, a six-track live expansion of the album that captures and celebrates the anthemic intensity of the band’s renowned performances. Singles from the EP included “Talking to Ourselves (Nowhere Sessions)” and a cover of Creedence Clearwater Revival’s “Fortunate Son.”