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With hits like "Don't Let Me Cave In," "Melrose Diner," "Logan Circle," Local Man Ruins Everything" and "Washington Square," pop punk band, The Wonder Years, have been churning out the hits for a number of years now.

This year, The Wonder Years have several concert dates booked that bring them to places like Calgary, Alberta; Seattle, Washington; Portland, Oregon; Oakland, California; West Hollywood, California; Mesa, Arizona; and more!

Don't miss a beat! Reserve your tickets in advance to catch The Wonder Years in concert. All you need to do is click right here on StubHub. And, don't forget, StubHub offers you the chance to sign up for event updates so you will always be in the know when The Wonder Years or any of your favorite bands are headed to a club in your neck of the woods!

The Wonder Years Background

Formed in 2005, The Wonder Years were cultivated out of the relics of a band called The Premier. The Premier was originally comprised of Matt Brasch, Dan "Soupy" Campbell, Matt Hittinger, Nick Steinborn, and Dave and CJ Morgan. The Morgans and Brasch didn't sign on to The Wonder Years.

In their first two years, The Wonder Years produced two split EPs with Lansdale, Pennsylvania, bands that are no longer in existence. Their first split with Emergency and I was issued in 2005 and included two tunes that would eventually be included and re-cut on their initial full-length album, Get Stoked on It!("Buzz Aldrin: The Poster Boy for Second Place") and "I Fell in Love with a Ninja Master." The other tune included on the split was "Cowboy Killers."

Another split was shared with a band named, Bangarang! Along the same lines as their split with Emergency and I, The Wonder Years' split with Bangarang! also included two tunes that would be re-cut and also featured on the Get Stoked on It! album. ("Let's Moshercise!" and "My Geraldine Lies Over the Delaware"). The other two tunes were "Through Two Hearts" and "I Ain't Sayin' He a Golddigga (Sike!)."

The Wonder Years inked a deal with No Sleep Records in 2007. After finishing their debut tour of the U.K. with Never So True, The Wonder Years dropped Get Stoked on It! - their initial full-length studio album. After the album release, the band's fan base amplified.

Won't Be Pathetic Forever, an EP, arrived next in the spring of 2008. Following that release, the band issued a split EP coined Distances along with All or Nothing, a UK pop punk band. The split was comprised of only two tunes by The Wonder Years. Mikey Kelly exited the band shortly after this release to pursue other endeavors.

Their sophomore album, The Upsides, came out in early 2010. As their second full-length album, The Upsides lit up numerous Billboard charts: No. 26 on Top Internet Album, No. 9 on Top New Artist, No. 5 on Alternative Artist and No. 43 on Indie Label Album.

By the fall of 2010, The Wonder Years announced they were penning the follow-up to The Upsides. Suburbia I've Given You All and Now I'm Nothing arrived in June 2011.

Before the release of The Greatest Generation, The Wonder Years made four appearances in just 24 albums to publicize their album. The Greatest Generation dropped on May 14, 2013. That same month, they played the Slam Dunk Festival in Ireland and the U.K. They additionally took at the stage with Silverstein in Canada before going on the Vans Warped Tour 2013.

The Greatest Generation sold nearly 20,000 copies. The sales landed the album at No. 20 on Billboard's Top 200 chart.

The Wonder Years Albums

The Wonder Years' discography is comprised of: Get Stoked on It! (2007); The Upsides (2010); Suburbia I've Given You All and Now I'm Nothing (2011); and The Greatest Generation (2013).

The Wonder Years Trivia

Do you know where The Wonder Years picked up their name from? Well, it seems there are conflicting stories circulating. There's the story that its name is borrowed from the popular late '80s and early '90s series, The Wonder Years. And, then there's the story that the name stems from a paper that frontman, Dan "Soupy" Campbell, read that was penned by his after-school education teacher. The paper was titled, you guessed it, The Wonder Years.

The Wonder Years Concert Experience

There has never been a better time to head out to an exciting concert packed with moments that you'll be talking about with friends long after it's over. We all know there are a variety of ways to get your music in today's day and age, but to see one of your favorite artists perform live on stage gives you a completely different perception and experience! Why miss out on the chance to feel the beats coarse through your veins surrounded by hundreds of other fans who share in your passion for the music?

The Wonder Years know a thing or two about getting the a crowd going. So drop that bag of chips, get off the couch and head out for a night of captivating music by The Wonder Years. The concert experience is nothing short of spectacular, as any fan can confirm, but it's still something that you have to embrace if you want to truly appreciate. When a talented group like The Wonder Years take the stage, the vibe is ever-present, giving you plenty of reasons to click off the big-screen and head out to see it all happen up close and personal as The Wonder Years look to put on yet another fantastic show for their loyal fan base.

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08 Oct
Taking Back Sunday with The Wonder Years and Modern Baseball Tickets Oct 08, 2014 6:45 PM
6:45 p.m. EDT
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