After two decades of music career, American rock band Yellowcard decides to bid farewell to their fans around the world via their Final World Tour, which will include Southeast Asian countries like Philippines and Singapore.
“After countless discussions and months of thought, we have decided that it is time for Yellowcard to come to an end. This will be our last album and our final world tour,” said the band in a statement.
The world tour is to support the band’s final self-titled album which was released on 30 September 2016, where they will also be performing across UK, Netherlands, Germany and Australia.
Known for several of their mid-2000s hit songs like “Ocean Avenue”, “Only One”, “Way Away” and “Lights and Sounds”, Yellowcard is one of the most distinctive bands around as their music genre features the prominent use of a violin.
“We will be forever grateful to Yellowcard fans all over the world for the opportunities you have given us. We have played shows for nearly two decades on six continents, and had the chance to keep recording the music we love year after year. While it is with sadness that we say goodbye, it is with gratitude and amazement that we look back on a career we can be proud of, and were so very lucky to have had,” the band continued.
“Please come and join us on our last trip around the globe. We hope to share this final record and tour with each and every one of you.”
Their concert details in Philippines and Singapore are as follow:-
Date: 10 February 2017 (Friday)
Venue: SM Skydome North Edsa, Manila
Prices: PHP 4500 (VIP), PHP 3000 (General Admission)
Tickets: On sale via smtickets.com, starting from 21 October, 9 am
Date: 12 February 2017 (Sunday)