Sunny Day Real Estate - Diary 30th Anniversary Tour

Tue Oct 15 2024

8:00 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

August Hall

420 Mason St San Francisco, CA 94102

Ages 5+

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Sunny Day Real Estate - Diary 30th Anniversary Tour

  • Sold Out
  • Sunny Day Real Estate

    Sunny Day Real Estate

    Emo

    Formed in 1992, Seattle’s Sunny Day Real Estate are known as the godfathers of Emo. The four piece of Jeremy Enigk, Dan Hoerner, William Goldsmith and Nate Mendel released their debut album, Diary, on Sub Pop Records in 1994 to critical acclaim (including topping Rolling Stone’s “40 Greatest Emo Albums Of All Time”) and followed up with 1995’s LP2, which was released after their breakup. 1998 saw the reunited band (not including Mendel) release How It Feels to Be Something On, followed by 1999’s Live and 2000’s The Rising Tide before they disbanded for the second time. The original four piece band reunited for touring in 2009 and 2010 including their first ever European shows (debuting at Spain’s legendary Primavera Sound) and Coachella. Sunny Day Real Estate’s only new recorded output since The Rising Tide was 2014’s “Lipton Witch,” released on a split 7” with Circa Survive for Record Store Day. In 2022, Enigk, Hoerner and Goldsmith returned to the road on a sold out 24 city tour with the band rounded out by Greg Suran and Chris Jordan. 2024 sees the band celebrating the 30th anniversary of their debut album with a tour, a re-recorded version and their first new song in 10 years.
Live Nation Presents

Sunny Day Real Estate - Diary 30th Anniversary Tour

Tue Oct 15 2024 8:00 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

August Hall San Francisco CA
Sunny Day Real Estate - Diary 30th Anniversary Tour
  • Sold Out

Ages 5+

Sunny Day Real Estate

Sunny Day Real Estate

Emo

Formed in 1992, Seattle’s Sunny Day Real Estate are known as the godfathers of Emo. The four piece of Jeremy Enigk, Dan Hoerner, William Goldsmith and Nate Mendel released their debut album, Diary, on Sub Pop Records in 1994 to critical acclaim (including topping Rolling Stone’s “40 Greatest Emo Albums Of All Time”) and followed up with 1995’s LP2, which was released after their breakup. 1998 saw the reunited band (not including Mendel) release How It Feels to Be Something On, followed by 1999’s Live and 2000’s The Rising Tide before they disbanded for the second time. The original four piece band reunited for touring in 2009 and 2010 including their first ever European shows (debuting at Spain’s legendary Primavera Sound) and Coachella. Sunny Day Real Estate’s only new recorded output since The Rising Tide was 2014’s “Lipton Witch,” released on a split 7” with Circa Survive for Record Store Day. In 2022, Enigk, Hoerner and Goldsmith returned to the road on a sold out 24 city tour with the band rounded out by Greg Suran and Chris Jordan. 2024 sees the band celebrating the 30th anniversary of their debut album with a tour, a re-recorded version and their first new song in 10 years.