Previous events

The Dickies/The Queers East Coast Tour

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•6/1/18 Will’s Pub, Orlando, FL

•6/2/18 Propaganda, Lake Worth, FL

•6/3/18 Jack Rabbits, Jacksonville FL

•6/5/18 The Pour House Music Hall, Raleigh, NC

•6/6/8 Grey Eagle Music Hall, Asheville NC

•6/7/18 Headliners Music Hall, Louisville, KY

•6/8/18 The Southgate House Revival, Newport, KY

•6/9/18 Grog Shop, Cleveland, OH

•6/10/18 Mohawk Place, Buffalo, NY

•6/12/18 Stanhope House, Stanhope NJ

•6/13/18 Kingsland, Brooklyn, NY

•6/14/18 The Middle East, Cambridge, MA

•6/15/18 The Chance Theater, Poughkeepsie NY

•6/16/18 Voltage Lounge, Philadelphia, PA

•6/17/18 Cattivo, Pittsburgh, PA {Queers only}***

The Dickies China Tour

China

The dates are, March 2nd Hangzhou- Mao Livehouse March 3rd Shanghai-Yuyintang March 4th Wuhan-Vox With tour support, Round Eye

The Dickies w/ Black Mambas & Round Eye

Moroccan Lounge, 901 E 1st St , Los Angeles California

"No outside food, beverages, markers, spray paint, weapons (includes pocket knives).

Handicapped seating is available. Please arrive 15 minutes before doors open.

You must show proof of age by government-issued photo ID and get a wristband to be served at the bar."

The Dickies @Vans Warped Tour

Pepsi Center, Denver, Colorado

The Warped Tour was created in 1995 by Kevin Lyman, in production with the short lived Warp Magazine and Creative Artists Agency. The tour began June 21 at the Idaho Center in Boise, Idaho, and ended August 18 in Detroit. The tour has always been held at outdoor venues though on a rare occasions that has not always been the case. In 1996, due to problems with the venue where the event was to be held, the show was forced to be moved indoors to The Capitol Ballroom nightclub in Washington DC. 1996 was the first year for Vans as a sponsor and they have been the main sponsor ever since carrying their name in the title. In 1998, the tour went international, including venues in Australia, Japan, Europe, Canada, and the United States.

The Dickies @Vans Warped Tour

Utah State Fairpark, Salt Lake City, Utah

The Warped Tour was created in 1995 by Kevin Lyman, in production with the short lived Warp Magazine and Creative Artists Agency. The tour began June 21 at the Idaho Center in Boise, Idaho, and ended August 18 in Detroit. The tour has always been held at outdoor venues though on a rare occasions that has not always been the case. In 1996, due to problems with the venue where the event was to be held, the show was forced to be moved indoors to The Capitol Ballroom nightclub in Washington DC. 1996 was the first year for Vans as a sponsor and they have been the main sponsor ever since carrying their name in the title. In 1998, the tour went international, including venues in Australia, Japan, Europe, Canada, and the United States.

The Dickies @Vans Warped Tour

Hard Rock Hotel/Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada

The Warped Tour was created in 1995 by Kevin Lyman, in production with the short lived Warp Magazine and Creative Artists Agency. The tour began June 21 at the Idaho Center in Boise, Idaho, and ended August 18 in Detroit. The tour has always been held at outdoor venues though on a rare occasions that has not always been the case. In 1996, due to problems with the venue where the event was to be held, the show was forced to be moved indoors to The Capitol Ballroom nightclub in Washington DC. 1996 was the first year for Vans as a sponsor and they have been the main sponsor ever since carrying their name in the title. In 1998, the tour went international, including venues in Australia, Japan, Europe, Canada, and the United States.

The Dickies @Vans Warped Tour

Phoenix Events Complex, Phoenix, Arizona

The Warped Tour was created in 1995 by Kevin Lyman, in production with the short lived Warp Magazine and Creative Artists Agency. The tour began June 21 at the Idaho Center in Boise, Idaho, and ended August 18 in Detroit. The tour has always been held at outdoor venues though on a rare occasions that has not always been the case. In 1996, due to problems with the venue where the event was to be held, the show was forced to be moved indoors to The Capitol Ballroom nightclub in Washington DC. 1996 was the first year for Vans as a sponsor and they have been the main sponsor ever since carrying their name in the title. In 1998, the tour went international, including venues in Australia, Japan, Europe, Canada, and the United States.

The Dickies @Vans Warped Tour

Balloon Fiesta Park, Albuquerque, New Mexico

The Warped Tour was created in 1995 by Kevin Lyman, in production with the short lived Warp Magazine and Creative Artists Agency. The tour began June 21 at the Idaho Center in Boise, Idaho, and ended August 18 in Detroit. The tour has always been held at outdoor venues though on a rare occasions that has not always been the case. In 1996, due to problems with the venue where the event was to be held, the show was forced to be moved indoors to The Capitol Ballroom nightclub in Washington DC. 1996 was the first year for Vans as a sponsor and they have been the main sponsor ever since carrying their name in the title. In 1998, the tour went international, including venues in Australia, Japan, Europe, Canada, and the United States.

The Dickies @Vans Warped Tour

Portland, Oregon

The Warped Tour was created in 1995 by Kevin Lyman, in production with the short lived Warp Magazine and Creative Artists Agency. The tour began June 21 at the Idaho Center in Boise, Idaho, and ended August 18 in Detroit. The tour has always been held at outdoor venues though on a rare occasions that has not always been the case. In 1996, due to problems with the venue where the event was to be held, the show was forced to be moved indoors to The Capitol Ballroom nightclub in Washington DC. 1996 was the first year for Vans as a sponsor and they have been the main sponsor ever since carrying their name in the title. In 1998, the tour went international, including venues in Australia, Japan, Europe, Canada, and the United States.

The Dickies @Vans Warped Tour

Century Link North Lot, Seattle, Washington

The Warped Tour was created in 1995 by Kevin Lyman, in production with the short lived Warp Magazine and Creative Artists Agency. The tour began June 21 at the Idaho Center in Boise, Idaho, and ended August 18 in Detroit. The tour has always been held at outdoor venues though on a rare occasions that has not always been the case. In 1996, due to problems with the venue where the event was to be held, the show was forced to be moved indoors to The Capitol Ballroom nightclub in Washington DC. 1996 was the first year for Vans as a sponsor and they have been the main sponsor ever since carrying their name in the title. In 1998, the tour went international, including venues in Australia, Japan, Europe, Canada, and the United States.

D.I.

The Doll Hut, 107 S. Adams St., Anaheim, California 92802

🍊 Anaheim was founded by fifty German families in 1857 and incorporated as the second city in Los Angeles County on March 18, 1876; Orange County would later be split off from Los Angeles County in 1889. Anaheim remained largely a rural community until Disneyland opened in the city in 1955. This led to the construction of several hotels and motels around the area, and residential districts in Anaheim soon followed. The city also developed into an industrial center, producing electronics, aircraft parts and canned fruit.

The Dickies w/ Bad Religion (Punk Rock Bowling)

L.V. Events Center, 200 S 3rd St, Las Vegas. Nevada

Perhaps the earliest visitors to the Las Vegas area were nomadic Paleo-Indians, who traveled here 10,000 years ago, leaving behind petroglyphs. Anasazi and Paiute tribes followed at least 2,000 years ago. A young Mexican scout named Rafael Rivera is credited as the first non-Native American to encounter the valley, in 1829. Trader Antonio Armijo led a 60-man party along the Spanish Trail to Los Angeles, California in 1829. The area was named Las Vegas, which is Spanish for "the meadows," as it featured abundant wild grasses, as well as desert spring waters for westward travelers. The year 1844 marked the arrival of John C. Frémont, whose writings helped lure pioneers to the area. Downtown Las Vegas' Fremont Street is named after him. Punk Rock Bowling!

The Dickies @ Rude Festival

FUBAR, 3108 Locust St, St. Louis, Missouri

The area that would become St. Louis was a center of the Native American Mississippian culture, which built numerous temple and residential earthwork mounds on both sides of the Mississippi River. Their major regional center was at Cahokia Mounds, active from 900 AD to 1500 AD. Due to numerous major earthworks within St. Louis boundaries, the city was nicknamed as the "Mound City." These mounds were mostly demolished during the city's development. Historic Native American tribes in the area included the Siouan-speaking Osage people, whose territory extended west, and the Illiniwek. Don't tread on my mounds, bro. But DO tread ground in the pit with The Dickies!

The Dickies

Reggie's, 2105 S State St., Chicago, Illinois

The name "Chicago" is derived from a French rendering of the Native American word shikaakwa, known to botanists as Allium tricoccum, from the Miami-Illinois language. The first known reference to the site of the current city of Chicago as "Checagou" was by Robert de LaSalle around 1679 in a memoir. Henri Joutel, in his journal of 1688, noted that the wild garlic, called "chicagoua", grew abundantly in the area. Hey Garlic breath, Have fun at The Dickies show!

The Dickies

The Korova, 107 E Martin St, San Antonio, Texas

At the time of European encounter, Payaya Indians lived near the San Antonio River Valley in the San Pedro Springs area, calling the vicinity Yanaguana, meaning "refreshing waters". In 1691, a group of Spanish Catholic explorers and missionaries came upon the river and Payaya settlement on June 13, the feast day of St. Anthony of Padua. They named the place and river "San Antonio" in his honor. You know what's crazier though? The Dickies playing Texas!!! Woo!

The Dickies w/ Screeching Weasel

The Gothic Theater, 3263 S Broadway, Englewood, Colorado

The Gothic Theatre was created in the 1920s. Currently it is used as a concert venue; however, when it first opened it was used as a movie theater. It was the first location in Denver to show talkies. The theater quickly became a popular entertainment destination among local society. The Gothic’s distinguished art decoration and architecture also provided a scene of interest to many people. The rounded walls and recessed inlets are still present today, providing a historical touch. In the 1940s, the Gothic experienced a change of ownership. As a result, the exterior was changed to conform to modern times. As time passed the Gothic had many different owners, each struggling to gain success with the theater. Eventually the place was shut down. And now, The Dickies will be there! Yes!