Our friends in Bowling For Soup are headed back our way next Spring, COVID permitting of course. The Texan pop punk crown princes of comedy will be jetting over for an eight show run titled the Surf The UK tour! It exclusively sees Bowling For Soup playing in seaside towns around the shores of England and Wales. The tour was originally scheduled to take place in May of this year, but due to the current world situation, Jaret, Gary, Rob and Chris have postponed their trip until April 2022. So the opportunity to combine a trip to the seaside with a Bowling For Soup show is still there, we just have to wait a bit longer for the chance.
Having been in the UK at the start of 2020 for their most successful tour yet, the Together Again, You’re Welcome tour with Simple Plan and Not Ur Girlfrenz, Surf The UK once again sees BFS put together a strong tour lineup. Joining them on the road this time out are US alt-rock turn of the millennium favourites Lit, as well as longtime Bowling For Soup tour buddies and collaborators The Dollyrots. Full details of the rescheduled tour dates follows below:
Bowling For Soup – Surf The UK Tour April 2022 w/ Lit and The Dollyrots
12th – Empress Ballroom, Blackpool
14th – Grimsby Auditorium, Grimsby
15th – Scarborough Spa, Scarborough
17th – O2 Academy, Bournemouth
18th – Riviera International Centre – The Forum, Torquay
19th – Swansea Bragwyn Hall, Swansea
21st – De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill
22nd – Margate Winter Gardens, Margate
Existing tickets remain valid. If you cannot make the new dates, please contact your ticket provider for a refund. VIP packages are also available for the tour. Details of what will exactly be included remain to be confirmed, again due to COVID. Previous BFS VIP experiences have included a pre-show acoustic performance, exclusive merch, early access, photo opportunity and more. Head to the band’s official website for more details.
We’ll leave you with Bowling For Soup’s recent smash hit Alexa Bliss! The track recently celebrated it’s one year anniversary has has clocked up almost 3 million views on YouTube.