Say Anything at The Wiltern

Say Anything Tickets

The Wiltern | Los Angeles, California

Say Anything

Pop-punk fans, we hope ya’ll are ready! It looks like SAY ANYTHING isn’t going anywhere and are far from retiring after all because they have big plans for 2024. First off, they have an upcoming album set to release. Also, they’re headed on a huge North American tour in celebration of the 20th anniversary of their debut album, …IS A REAL BOY. If you’re a fan from Los Angeles, California, you’re in luck because the band is headed straight your way!

Fans have the opportunity to catch Say Anything live when they rock the stage at The Wiltern on Saturday, the 22nd of June, 2024. It’s definitely a show you wouldn’t miss so don’t waste the chance. Get your hands on tickets while it’s still early because these may sell out soon! Hurry up and click ‘GET TICKETS’ to make your purchase!

Well, now we can say that Say Anything was sincere when they said that the band is reuniting. The pop punk trio announced on this December that they will be touring this spring to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their sophomore album, 2004's "...Is a Real Boy." Coming straight after a "lengthy hiatus," fans have been reeling with excitement over this announcement.

“…Is a Real Boy is a manic masterpiece of rebellion against all expectations of emo and pop-punk – an album unafraid to be simultaneously theatrical and punk," the band wrote in a statement on Instagram. "Say Anything will be performing the entire album on their North American tour."

The album "...Is a Real Boy," which was released in August 2004. It featured an elongated wooden nose on the cover - which looks to be a reference to the beloved fairytale character Pinocchio. The album peaked at No. 8 on Billboard's Heatseekers albums chart and earned the band a Top 30 alternative hit with the single "...Alive With The Glory Of Love."

In 2000, singer-songwriter Max Bemis founded Say Anything. Mind you, he was still a high school student in Los Angeles at the time. The band's self-released EPs "Junior Varsity" and "Menorah/Majora" were followed in 2001 by the release of their debut album "Baseball."

Following the release of their eighth album, "Oliver Appropriate," in January 2019, Say Anything went on an indefinite break. They said they were retiring but… well, this new tour announcement speaks for itself. The band got back together in 2023 to play two festivals: When We Were Young and Riot Fest. They’ve also released two singles: “Carrie & Lowell & Cody (Pendent)” and “Psyche!”

They’re kicking off 2024’s anniversary tour on April 27, 2024, in Dallas. They’re making stops in cities like Atlanta, Boston, Seattle and Denver. Of course, let’s not forget about the stop in Los Angeles on the 22nd of June, 2024! The final show will happen in Austin, Texas, on June 28.

If you don't have tickets to see Say Anything in Los Angeles yet, this is your sign to get them. Hurry because tickets might sell out soon!

Say Anything at The Wiltern

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