Anti-Flag To Launch “Digital Tour” Tonight

Courtesy: Spinefarm Records

Anti-Flag is not letting the COVID-19 outbreak’s impact to keep it from performing for its fans.

The band will launch a new “digital tour” tonight.  Dubbed the “Quarantine Sucks, Let’s Party!” digital tour is scheduled to start at 6 p.m. EDT tonight.  The “tour” is in fact a series of archived performances that the band has recorded over the course of its life, beginning with its performance at the 2013 Hellfest festival.

The week-long series of performances will stream at yeeps.com with the band members chatting with fans live throughout each show.  The shows are not free, though.  Tickets are available here.

Audiences who purchase the All Access package will receive a bonus stream on July 1, which was originally recorded the band’s 2018 performance at Red Rocks.  Featured with that bonus stream are an exclusive t-shirt and laminate.

The full schedule for the band’s streams is noted below.

6/26 — Hellfest 2013
6/27 — Pukkelpop 2008
6/28— Woodstock Poland 2012
6/29 — Vainstream 2016
6/30 — Resurrection Fest 2018
7/1 — Red Rocks 2018 (BONUS — All Access Package Only)

More information on Anti-Flag’s upcoming “digital tour” is available along with all of Anti-Flag’s latest news and more at:

 

Website: http://www.anti-flag.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ant.flag.official

Twitter: http://twitter.com/anti_flag

 

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