Four Year Strong will bring the festive cheer to their worldwide fanbase by livestreaming their 13th annual holiday show on December 19, with tickets and exclusive limited-edition merch available now.
Another band refusing to let a little thing like a global pandemic ruin their annual holiday show streak, the show will broadcast at 3 PM PT/ 6 PM EST and will be available for 48 hours after the livestream until December 21 at 11:59 PM ET.
The band have announced that $1 from the sale of each ticket will be donated to The Palladium in support of Worchester’s local music scene.
Vocalist/guitarist Dan O’Connor says:
“We’ve never missed a Four Year Strong Annual Holiday Show since our first in 2006, and we’re not starting now. On December 19th we proudly present The Four Year Strong Holiday Special. We’ll be playing a set of new and old favorites, some performances and holiday messages from some of our friends, a holiday story for the whole family and some surprises as well! We’re hoping to make this something special and try to spread a little holiday cheer. So tune in a be part of an FYS tradition and end the year with us! We hope to see you all, near and far.”
Four Year Strong have also just released the video for their new single “Brain Pain”, the title track to their latest album, released in February via Pure Noise Records. The video will definitely resonate with fans going through concert withdrawal (ie all of us!).
“The video was started in December before the pandemic hit and live events were halted for the foreseeable future. Once we saw the first cut it left us longing for live music and the positive energy, and rush of playing shows. We knew we had to change the video to reflect that longing and to hopefully keep that flame lit inside everyone to return to live events as soon as all are able. We miss you all.”
Get your tickets and merch bundles for the 13th Annual Four Year Strong Holiday Show here, and check out the video for “Brain Pain” below.
Images courtesy of Four Year Strong. Featured image credit: Lupe Bustos.