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Some things never change.

As of 2022, Hot Topic is still hawking Blink 182 merch at malls all over the country, and in 2023, punk rock veterans New Found Glory will hit the road for their nationwide “Make The Most Of It Tour.”

Well, let us clarify. Some things change.

Rather than bust out their distinctive brand of high-octane, early-aughts, pop-punk, New Found Glory will mix things up and play acoustic sets at all shows to promote their upcoming “Make The Most Of It” album, which includes performances at Red Bank’s Hackensack Meridian Health Theatre on March 17 and New York City’s Town Hall on March 18.

However, don’t think of this run of gigs as your typical stripped-down acoustic tour.

“Usually acoustic makes a tour seem less, but for us, this is more,” the band shared on Instagram. “The kind of show we are putting together, the set and songs we will be playing, and most of these venues are theaters that we’ve never played before.”

And that might be a good thing for fans of the quartet’s quieter work.

New Found Glory has confirmed that they will play many songs that often are requested from the back of regular venues but “don’t fit in with the rowdy sets.”

It really sounds like they’re entering an era of, ahem, New Found Glory.

Sorry, we couldn’t help ourselves.

Now, here’s everything you need to know to make the most of the “Make The Most Of It Tour.”

New Found Glory 2023 tour schedule

A complete calendar featuring all upcoming concert dates, venues and links to the lowest prices on tickets available at the time of publication can be found below.

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Jan. 28 at Delmar Hall in St. Louis, MO $44
Jan. 29 at Slowdown in Omaha, NE $85
Jan. 31 at Aztec Theatre in San Antonio, TX $53
Feb. 2 at the Celebrity Theatre in Phoenix, AZ $56
Feb. 3 at the Garden Grove Amphitheatre in Garden Grove, CA $86
Feb. 4 at the Garden Grove Amphitheatre in Garden Grove, CA $70
Feb. 5 at the August Hall in San Francisco, CA $46
Feb. 7 at The Neptune Theatre in Seattle, WA $50
Feb. 8 at the Aladdin Theater in Portland, OR $57
Feb. 10 at The Depot in Salt Lake City, UT $52
Feb. 11 at the Oriental Theater in Denver, CO $54
March 10 at the Franklin Theatre in Franklin, TN $78
March 11 at the Thalia Hall in Chicago, IL $62
March 12 at the Flagstar Strand Theatre in Pontiac, MI $67
March 14 at the Keswick Theatre in Glenside, PA $48
March 15 at the Sixth & I Synagogue in Washington, D.C. $66
March 16 at the Somerville Theatre in Somerville, MA $48
March 17 at the Hackensack Meridian Health Theatre in Red Bank, NJ $40
March 18 at Town Hall in New York, NY $50
March 20 at the Haw River Ballroom in Saxapahaw, NC $47
March 21 at Center Stage in Atlanta, GA $50
March 22 at The Plaza Live Theatre in Orlando, FL $55

(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)

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New Found Glory’s new album

The “Make The Most Of It” album, comprised of 14 songs, will see the group ease out of their comfort zone.

Seven of the 14 tracks will be re-imaginings of classic New Found Glory hits, and the other seven will be completely new cuts.

While no new music has yet to drop, Jordan Pudnik, Ian Grushka, Chad Gilbert and Cyrus Bolooki did tease the release of lead single “Get Me Home” on Instagram.

Keep your eyes peeled, fans. New New Found Glory tunes are on their way.

Punk bands on tour in 2023

Punk isn’t going anywhere.

Many genre mainstays that defined the sound of the late ’90s and early ’00s will bring their dizzying, delirious energy to venues all over the U.S. next year.

Here are just five of our favorite acts that will surely give you a jolt.

• Blink 182

• Paramore

• Turnstile

• Black Flag

• Flogging Molly

Plus, punk festivals have become de rigueur in a post-When We Were Young world.

This summer, the Adjacent Music Festival featuring Blink 182, Paramore, Bleachers and more will swoop into Atlantic City on May 27-28.

Then, come fall, When We Were Young with headliners Green Day, Thirty Seconds To Mars, The Offspring with others are set to return to Las Vegas on Oct. 21.

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