Good Charlotte Announce UK Tour Dates

Good Charlotte Announce UK Tour Dates

Announce UK Tour Dates

New Album “Youth Authority” out July 15th on MDDN/Kobalt

Lyric Video for “Life Can’t Get Much Better


Multi-platinum-selling pop-punk icons Good Charlotte have announced a handful of shows in the UK ahead of their performances at this year’s Reading and Leeds Festivals.


Good Charlotte will be joined on these dates by Waterparks, Big Jesus and Roam (Birmingham only) in support.  What an exciting line up of some incredibly talented upcoming bands! 


Dates are as follows:




24th    Glasgow, O2 Academy

25th    Manchester, O2 Ritz

26th    Leeds Festival

27th    Birmingham, O2 Institute

28th    Reading Festival


Tickets go onsale on Friday June 17th at 9am .  The band will also be offering VIP Meet and Greet and merch packages for these shows.  These tickets will fly so be quick!

To get you even MORE excited, Good Charlotte have released a lyric video for “Life Can’t Get Much Better”taken from their sixth studio album Youth Authority due out Friday, July 15, via the Madden Brothers’ own label MDDN, distributed worldwide through Kobalt Label Services.  Good Charlotte also premiered their new video for “40oz Dream”  – check it out here. “For us ‘40oz. Dream’ was the perfect song to kick off our new album.  It’s got all the sarcasm and humor we’ve always loved, and lots of affection for the past and present” Benji Madden told Rolling Stone who hailed the song as “colorful and nostalgic”.


Those who pre-order the album (ORDER HERE) will be rewarded with instant grat downloads of “Makeshift Love”, “40 oz. Dream” and “Life Changes”. Special album pre-order bundles including exclusive merch items are available HERE.


GOOD CHARLOTTE (L-R): Dean Butterworth (drums), Benji Madden (rhythm guitar/vocals), Joel Madden (vocals), Paul Thomas (bass), and Billy Martin (lead guitars, keyboards). Photo By Justin Colt






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