Thursday announce East Coast Holiday shows

by | Aug 8, 2017

Looks like Thursday’s reunion run will be coming to a close shortly. 

The band announced their last US shows of 2017 — a string of Holiday dates with PupFrank Iero (My Chemical Romance), and The Patience on the East Coast.

Going into 2018, the band will be focusing on international shows, and will be planning their last run of US dates. “[It] will be totally unlike anything we’ve ever attempted to do,” said frontman Geoff Ricky.

Even though the band will be winding down on their reunion trek, there’s still hope for new material in the future.

Geoff went on to say:

“[We] will only return in the event of new music. And new music will only come if we feel it’s truly inspired and adds a new dimension to the band. In our humble opinions, there are only a few bands that have put out records worth coming back for. Bands like Portishead and MBV.”

Here’s where you can catch them live:

Thursday Holiday shows

Dec 27 Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live (no Frank Iero)
Dec 28 Huntington, NY @ The Paramount
Dec 29 Worcester, MA @ The Palladium
Dec 30 Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom

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