New Found Glory to perform at O2 Academy Bristol

PUBLISHED: 18:08 17 June 2017

New Found Glory.

New Found Glory.


Pop-punk heavyweights New Found Glory will be touring the country to celebrate their 20th anniversary, and West Country fans can see them at Bristol’s O2 Academy.

The American band are heading to the UK and they will be bringing with them their recognisable pop-punk and alternative rock sound.

The band formed in 1997 and is made up of Jordan Pundik on lead vocals, Chad Gilbert on guitar and backing vocals, Ian Grushka on bass guitar and Cyprus Bolooki on drums.

In their two decades of fame they have put out nine albums, the latest of which is called Makes Me Sick.

The band will perform tracks from their 2002 album Sticks And Stones, their Catalyst album, which was released in 2004, and Makes Me Sick in Bristol.

New Found Glory will be at O2 Academy Bristol, in Frogmore Street, on October 5.

Doors will open at 7pm and tickets, priced £25.87, are available on 01179 279227 or via

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