The New America Tour

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The New America Tour
Tour by Bad Religion
Associated album The New America
Start date April 13, 2000 (was officially meant to begin on February 29, 2000)
End date March 18, 2001 (was officially meant to end on July 1, 2001)
Legs 6 (was meant to be 8, but 2 got cancelled)
No. of shows 24 in Europe
64 in United States
5 in Canada
6 in South America
4 in Japan
103 in total
Bad Religion concert chronology

The New America Tour was a concert tour by punk rock band Bad Religion in support of their final major label album, The New America.

This was the final tour with drummer Bobby Schayer who had to leave the band in 2001 due to an injury to his rotator cuff, hindering him from playing drums professionally.[1]

Guitarist Brett Gurewitz would re-join the band after this tour.[2]

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue Notes
North American leg[3]
February 29th, 2000 Petaluma United States Phoenix Theater
March 1st, 2000 Santa Cruz The Catalyst
March 2nd, 2000 San Francisco Maritime Hall
March 3rd, 2000 Reno Reno Live
March 4th, 2000 Ventura Ventura Theatre
March 5th, 2000 San Diego Activity Center
March 7th, 2000 Pomona Glass House
March 8th, 2000
March 10th, 2000 Phoenix Nile Theater
March 11th, 2000 Las Vegas The Joint
European leg 1[4]
April 13, 2000 Berlin Germany SO36
April 15, 2000 Essen Zeche Carl Support from Undeclinable Ambuscade
April 16, 2000 Stuttgart LKA-Longhorn
North American leg 1[5]
Supporting Blink-182 on their The Mark, Tom and Travis Show Tour.
May 11, 2000 Chula Vista United States Coors Amphitheatre
May 12, 2000 Inglewood The Forum
May 13, 2000 Phoenix Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum
May 15, 2000 Dallas Starplex Amphitheatre
May 16, 2000 Austin Frank Erwin Center
May 17, 2000 The Woodlands Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
May 19, 2000 Miami Miami Arena
May 20, 2000 Tampa Ice Palace
May 21, 2000 Atlanta Lakewood Amphitheater
May 24, 2000 Columbia Merriweather Post Pavilion
May 25, 2000 Camden E-Center
May 28, 2000 Stanhope Waterloo Village
May 29, 2000 Worcester Centrum Centre
May 30, 2000 Wantagh Jones Beach Theater
June 2, 2000 Toronto Canada Molson Amphitheatre
June 3, 2000 Darien United States Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
June 4, 2000 Cuyahoga Falls Blossom Music Center
June 7, 2000 Pittsburgh Civic Arena
June 8, 2000 Fairborn Nutter Center
June 9, 2000 Clarkston Pine Knob Music Amphitheater
June 10, 2000 Tinley Park New World Music Theater
June 11, 2000 Saint Paul Midway Stadium
June 15, 2000 Portland Veterans Memorial Coliseum
June 16, 2000 George The Gorge Amphitheatre
June 17, 2000 Nampa Idaho Center Amphitheater
June 20, 2000 Sacramento ARCO Arena
June 21, 2000 Oakland Oakland Arena
June 22, 2000 Long Beach Long Beach Arena
June 24, 2000 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden
June 25, 2000 Los Angeles Universal Amphitheatre
June 28, 2000 West Valley City E-Center
June 29, 2000 Greenwood Village Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre
June 30, 2000 Kansas City Kemper Arena
July 1, 2000 St. Louis Kiel Center
July 3, 2000 Milwaukee Marcus Amphitheater Part of Summerfest
European leg 2[6]
August 7, 2000 Budapest Hungary Óbuda Island Part of the Sziget Festival. Bad Religion were ninth on the main stage line-up behind Oasis, Die Toten Hosen, Chumbawamba, Lou Reed, Rollins Band, Apollo 440, Therapy? and Suzanne Vega. Other acts on the main stage included Guano Apes and Bloodhound Gang
August 8, 2000 Helsinki Finland Tavastia Club Support from Reprinted
August 11, 2000 Skanderborg Denmark Jægersborg Dyrehave Part of the Skanderborg Festival
August 12, 2000 Porto Portugal Praia do Tabuão Bad Religion's first show in Portugal
Part of the Paredes de Coura Festival
August 13, 2000 Murcia Spain San Javier Part of the Menorrock Festival
August 14, 2000 San Sebastián Donosti
August 16, 2000 Ghent Belgium Vooruit
August 17, 2000 Amsterdam Netherlands Paradiso
August 18, 2000 Gampel Switzerland Festivalgelände Part of Open Air Gampel
August 19, 2000 Dornbirn Austria Conrad Sohm
August 21, 2000 Vienna Open Air Arena Support from No Use for a Name, Misconduct and Nerf Herder
August 24, 2000 Reggio Emilia Italy Campovolo Part of the Festa de l'Unità
August 25, 2000 Landsberg Germany Bosse Wiese Part of the Hard Pop Days festival. Bad Religion were fourth on the line-up, behind Die Ärzte, Die Fantastischen Vier and Bloodhound Gang. Other bands included Fünf Sterne deluxe, Millencolin and Alternative Allstars
August 26, 2000 Hanover Sportpark Garbsen Part of the Hard Pop Days festival. Same line-up as the August 25 show, but Pitchshifter played instead of Millencolin. This was the line-up for the rest of the Hard Pop Days festivals.
August 27, 2000 Lichtenfels Schützenanger Part of the Hard Pop Days festival
August 29, 2000 Düsseldorf Stahlwerk Support from 16 Hellventiler and Donots
August 30, 2000 Hamburg Hamburg Stadtpark Support Donots and A
September 1, 2000 Halle Kurt-Wabbel-Stadion Part of the Hard Pop Days festival
September 3, 2000 Koblenz Kurfürstliches Schloss
North American leg 2[7]
September 24, 2000 Pomona United States Glass House Support from Ignite
September 25, 2000
September 27, 2000 Ventura Ventura Theatre Support from Ignite and Dr. Know
September 28, 2000 Phoenix Web Theater Support from Ignite and Sixth Year Senior
September 29, 2000 Las Vegas The Joint Support from Ignite
September 30, 2000 Santa Cruz The Catalyst
October 2, 2000 Vancouver Canada Commodore Ballroom Support from Ignite and By A Thread
October 3, 2000
October 4, 2000 Seattle United States Moore Theatre Support from Ignite and The Promise Ring
October 6, 2000 San Francisco Warfield Theater
October 7, 2000 Reno Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts
October 9, 2000 Salt Lake City Bricks
October 10, 2000 Denver Ogden Theatre
October 12, 2000 Minneapolis The Quest Support from Kid with Man Head and The Promise Ring
October 13, 2000 Milwaukee The Rave
October 14, 2000 Chicago Riviera Theatre
October 15, 2000 Pittsburg Club Laga
October 17, 2000 Montreal Canada Verdun Auditorium Support from The Promise Ring and Gob
October 18, 2000 Toronto Warehouse Support from The Promise Ring
October 20, 2000 New York City United States Roseland Ballroom Support from The Promise Ring and Kid with Man Head
October 21, 2000 Philadelphia Electric Factory Support from The Promise Ring and The Spitfires
October 22, 2000 Old Bridge Birch Hill Concert Hall Support from The Promise Ring and Kid with Man Head
October 23, 2000 Cleveland Agora Theatre
October 24, 2000 Pontiac Clutch Cargo's Support from The Promise Ring, Kid with Man Head and The Gutterpunx
October 26, 2000 Atlanta The Tabernacle Support from The Promise Ring and The Lower East Side Stitches
October 27, 2000 Lake Buena Vista House of Blues
October 28, 2000 Jacksonville The Edge
October 29, 2000 New Orleans Howlin' Wolf Support from The Applicators and Lower East Side Digits
October 30, 2000 Austin Stubb's BBQ
November 2, 2000 Los Angeles The Palace Support from The Promise Ring and El Centro
November 3, 2000 San Bernardino Orange Pavilion Support from Ignite, T.S.O.L. and Guttermouth
November 4, 2000 San Diego Cox Arena Support from Unwritten Law and El Centro
November 6, 2000 Los Angeles The Palace Support from Dr. Know
November 7, 2000 Support from Ignite and The Shutdowns
Asian leg[8]
December 6, 2000 Tokyo Japan On Air East
December 9, 2000
December 10, 2000 Osaka Bayside Jenny Support from Nicotine and Bomb Factory
December 11, 2000 Nagoya Bottom Line
South American leg[9]
March 10, 2001 Buenos Aires Argentina Estadio Obras Evan Seinfeld joined the band on stage to sing Struck a Nerve
Change of Ideas was played twice
March 11, 2001 Santiago Chile Teatro Monumental Supporting Biohazard
Other band: Los Mox
March 14, 2001 São Paulo Brazil Credicard Hall Support from Inocentes
The show was cut short after dozens of fans climbed onto the stage
March 15, 2001 Curitiba Forum Support from AOK
March 16, 2001 Rio de Janeiro ATL Hall Support from Os Cabeçudos
March 18, 2001 Porto Alegre Auditório Araújo Viana Bobby's last show with the band
Support from Tequila Baby
European leg 3[10]
The following tour was cancelled due to Bobby's shoulder injury.
June 16th, 2001 Bremen Germany Aladin Music Hall
June 17th, 2001 Kiel Kiellinie Part of Kieler Woche
June 19th, 2001 Stuttgart LKA-Longhorn
June 20th, 2001 Munich Babylon
June 22nd, 2001 Leipzig Flugplatz Roitzschjora Part of the With Full Force festival
June 23rd, 2001 Dessel Belgium Festivalpark Boeretang Part of the Graspop Festival. Bad Religion were billed fourth on the overall line-up, behind Judas Priest, Cradle of Filth and Megadeth. Other bands to play included Motörhead, Suicidal Tendencies, Savatage, Marduk, Within Temptation, Dropkick Murphys, Sick of It All, Six Feet Under, Macabre, Shelter, Awkward Thought, Primal Fear, The Haunted, among others
June 25th, 2001 Madrid Spain Sala Macumba
June 26th, 2001 Barcelona Razzmatazz
June 29th, 2001 St. Gallen Switzerland Sittertobel Part of the OpenAir St. Gallen festival
June 30th, 2001 Milan Italy Idroscalo
July 1st, 2001 Freiburg im Breisgau Germany Kemnader Stausee Part of the Zeltfestival

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