Streetlight Manifesto Concert Schedule
This American ska punk band has been electrifying audiences since 2002,
and they are now ready to bring their catchy ska punk tunes to a venue near you! Streetlight Manifesto has played countless
high-energy shows all over the world, touring with acts such as Gym Class Heroes and Bedouin Soundclash. Whether they are
rocking out in Europe or in the US, Streetlight Manifesto always knows how to put on a knockout show. Because of their reputation
for putting on wildly energetic live performances, Streetlight Manifesto's fans have been known to travel far distances to
see this awesome punk band in concert.
Whether you have been one of Streetlight Manifesto's loyal fans for years or
have just become a fan of ska punk music, you definitely don't want to miss seeing this exciting band in concert. This October,
Streetlight Manifesto is bringing their energetic ska punk tunes to stages all over the US and Canada, with stops in Boston,
Montreal, Toronto, Sayreville, New York, and Silver Spring. While ska punk lovers are already clamoring for tickets to these
shows, you can still grab your tickets right here on StubHub! Thanks to StubHub, your tickets to the year's hottest music
events are just a few quick clicks away, so don't waste another moment! Check out StubHub's ticket selection today!
Streetlight Manifesto Background
Streetlight Manifesto emerged out of two '90s bands: Catch-22 and One Cool Guy.
By the time that Streetlight Manifesto came together in 2002, most of the band's members were already well-known in New Jersey's
ska community, so the formation of Streetlight Manifesto excited countless music lovers throughout the state. The band made
its public debut with a four-track EP, which was released in 2003. Some of the songs featured on the EP include "Everything
Went Numb" and "The Saddest Song". For the next several years, Streetlight Manifesto toured heavily all over the world, playing
shows everywhere from Canada to Europe. The more shows they played, the more fans they accrued, as audience members couldn't
help but become immediate fans after seeing Streetlight's incredible live performances.
In the late 2000s, Streetlight
Manifesto continued to receive positive reviews for all of their new material, and more music fans started to pay attention
to this up-and-coming ska punk band. People have gravitated toward Streetlight's interesting sound, which brings eastern European
sounds into traditional ska punk songs, making it some of the most intriguing and captivating music in all of punk.
Streetlight Manifesto has been known for its fluctuating lineup, the band's current lineup is constantly regarded as the strongest
to date. The band consists of Tomas Kalnoky, Jim Conti, Chris Thatcher, Mike Brown, Pete McCullough, Matt Stewart, and Nadav
Nirenberg. This group of talented musicians not only knows how to create phenomenal music, but they also know how to put on
mind-blowing shows. Streetlight spent many years touring heavily year-round, but they have recently decided to drastically
curb their live shows. Instead of hitting up music venues all over the world within the timeframe of a year, Streetlight has
instead decided to perform at music festivals and put on one-off shows here and there, which means that seeing them perform
live is becoming a rare occurrence. If you are a Streetlight Manifesto fan, that means that you should grab your tickets to
one of their concerts as soon as they become available, as their concert schedule also means that their shows will sell out
fast. So don't be caught without your Streetlight Manifesto ticket and head to StubHub today!
Manifesto has released five albums over the years: Everything Goes Numb (2003), Keasbey Nights (2006), Somewhere in the Between
(2007), 99 Songs of the Revolution: Vol. 1 (2010), and The Hands That Thieve (2013). Some of the band's most popular songs
include "With Any Sort of Certainty", "A Better Place, A Better Time", "The Littlest Things", "Point/Counterpoint", "We Will
Fall Together", and "Somewhere in the Between".
You can see Streetlight Manifesto perform all of their hottest tracks
live when they stop at a music venue near you. To secure your tickets to one of their upcoming shows, simply head to StubHub
Streetlight Manifesto had some back luck on the touring road early in their career.
Somebody robbed them of over $80,000 worth of equipment – twice! They then embarked on a 2005 tour titled the Please
Stop Robbing Us Tour.
If you want to experience a fun and exciting ska punk show, there
is no better band to see than Streetlight Manifesto. While Streetlight has recently announced that they will be touring less
frequently than they did in the past, that doesn't mean you still can't see them perform live! To secure your spot at to one
of their highly anticipated fall shows, all you have to do is make your way to StubHub as soon as possible!