August Burns Red Announce Anniversary Livestream

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August Burns Red are extending their 20th anniversary tour with a livestream celebration for those who weren’t lucky enough to catch them live this time around.

The show airs their May 3 performance last year on Stage AE in Pittsburgh. The footage contains 90 minutes’ worth of powerful performance complete with professional mixing on the audio. It will drop February 3 at 9 p.m. EST/6 p.m. PST. Band members will be on hand during the stream to chat with fans as well.

The band say:

“Winter sucks, so let’s do something together. Join us on Saturday, February 3, for a special livestream of our 20 Year Anniversary show from Stage AE in Pittsburgh, PA. We filmed and recorded the entire show, and had the footage and audio professionally edited and mixed. The five of us will be hanging out with everyone in the chat during the stream, so let’s share memories, reminisce, and have a great time together.”

In addition to this livestream, August Burns Red will release a double-LP live album, 20 Year Tour Live, consisting of performances during their 20 Year Anniversary Tour in 2023.

The band say about the record:

“Also, we’re stoked to announce that we’ve put together a new live album from our 20 Year Anniversary Tour. Every night on tour, we recorded the audio for each set. Then, we picked our favorite songs from different cities all over North America and put together the album. It was the perfect way for us to wrap up our 20-year anniversary, and be able to relive those shows forever.”

August Burns Red Announce Anniversary Livestream

20year Tour Live track list:

SIDE A:
“Intro”
“Fault Line” (Tempe, AZ)
“Truth of a Liar” (Toronto, ON)
“Marianas Trench” (Nashville, TN)
“Empire” (Denver, CO)
“Martyr” (Dallas, TX)

SIDE B:
“Ancestry” (Atlanta, GA)
“Eleventh Hour” (Quebec City, QC)
“Carpe Diem” (Philadelphia, PA)
“Invisible Enemy” (Worcester, MA)
“Meddler” (Anaheim, CA)

SIDE C:
“Your Little Suburbia Is in Ruins” (Salt Lake City, UT)
“Backfire” (Detroit, MI)
“Laniakea” (St. Louis, MO)
“Provision” (Portland, OR)
“Ghosts” (New York, NY)

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