Bowling for Soup


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Saturday · September 14 · 07:30PM

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Bowling For Soup

Known for their cheeky take on pop-punk and melodic alt-pop, Texas four-piece Bowling for Soup found mainstream success in the early 2000s with their breakout fourth album, Drunk Enough to Dance, which earned a Grammy nomination for its hooky pop culture-referencing single “Girl All the Bad Guys Want.” Over the ensuing decade, the band continued to nurture a hardcore fan base, breaking the Billboard Top 40 with 2004’s A Hangover You Don’t Deserve and finding increased success in the U.K., where they became a touring mainstay.

During the course of their career, Bowling for Soup have managed a fairly diverse and prolific output within their tuneful pop-punk confines, releasing three live albums (all recorded in the U.K.), two Christmas albums, a collection of movie and television themes, and an acoustic release. Among those television themes was, famously, the Phineas and Ferb theme song!



It’s hard to believe Wheatus are celebrating the 20th anniversary of their debut album and still-ubiquitous single “Teenage Dirtbag.” Yes, that’s right – Dirtbag is no longer a teenager. In honor of this anniversary, Wheatus will release a new and expanded edition of their now classic debut album, in conjunction with a world tour.

Wheatus brings “Teenage Dirtbag” and more back to The Queen to support Bowling For Soup- this time with the whole band!


Don’t Panic:

Don’t Panic is a rock & roll / pop punk band which formed in the Pocono Mountains of northeast Pennsylvania in 2009. Named after the Douglas Adams’ favorite novel of founding vocalist/guitarist Ted Felicetti, Don’t Panic began as an endeavor, where making genuine, fun rock and roll music came first and everything else second. Joining Ted were Keith Slader (bass), Anthony Paesano (drums) and AJ Larsen (guitar).

After a short hiatus ending in 2019, The band released their first full length effort ‘See Through It All’ in 2020 and then a follow up full length with ‘Dark Horse’ in Sept 2021. Drawing off their collective influences from bands like Bayside, Millencolin, Foo Fighters, & No Use for a Name, Don’t Panic’s third full length album ‘Setting up to Fail’ released on August 25th, 2023, after a very busy year and a half out on the road touring in the U.S and U.K which continues into 2024!

Please Note

The Main Hall at The Queen AGES: All Ages DOORS: 6:30 PM All support acts are subject to change without notice.

Venue Etiquette

Camera Policy: Personal cameras are allowed in the venue. Flash photography, video and removable lens cameras are not permitted without venue approval. Items NOT allowed : No Laser pointers No Weapons No Animals except seeing eye dogs

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