Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill | Sterling Heights, Michigan
Enjoy the best of pop-punk and alternative rock when you score tickets to the Sad Summer Festival! The much-awaited festival series embarks on a brand new tour this summer, and it’s bringing along a highly-coveted line-up! The Sad Summer Festival stops by the Freedom Hill Amphitheatre in Sterling Heights, Michigan, on Tuesday, 18th July 2023! This must-see rock festival features a phenomenal line-up comprising headliner Taking Back Sunday, plus performances from The Maine, Pvris, Hot Mulligan, and Mom Jeans! Hurry and secure your tickets to this amazing pop-punk and rock extravaganza at the Freedom Hill Amphitheatre!
The Sad Summer Festival 2023 welcomes headliner Taking Back Sunday. The Long Island natives released their debut album, Tell All Your Friends, in 2002. Although the album performed moderately on the charts, it became a cult favorite among pop-punk fans. The album was included in “best emo albums” lists from various music publications, including Rolling Stone, NME, Alternative Press, Junkee, and more. The album sold over one million copies worldwide, 500,000 of which were sold in the U.S.
In 2004, Taking Back Sunday made a phenomenal breakthrough. Their sophomore effort, Where You Want to Be, peaked at number 3 on the Billboard 200 and topped the Independent Album chart. The gold-certified album was preceded by the critically acclaimed single “A Decade Under the Influence,” which peaked at number 16 on the Alternative Airplay chart. By 2006, the band has soared to number 2 on the Billboard 200 with their third album, Louder Now. The highly-acclaimed record spawned the hits “MakeDamnSure” and “Twenty-Twenty Surgery,” both topping the U.K. Rock charts.
See Taking Back Sunday as they perform their repertoire of emo hits and fan favorites from their seven studio albums. Apart from Taking Back Sunday, pop-punk trio Pvris will also make their debut at the Sad Summer Festival. The critically-acclaimed band recently dropped new music, “Anywhere But Here,” “Animal,” and the 2023 single “Goddess.” Fans speculate that the band will drop their latest studio effort soon, which follows their 2020 record, Use Me.
Get your tickets to this exciting music festival at the Freedom Hill Amphitheatre! Tickets to Sad Summer Festival are now available!