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|Aug 28||Bad Religion||Den Atelier Luxembourg, LUX||Find Tickets|
|Aug 29||Bad Religion||Pier 2 Bremen, DEU||Find Tickets|
|Aug 30||Bad Religion||Batschkapp Frankfurter Kulturzentrum e.V. Frankfurt, DEU||Find Tickets|
|Sep 1||Bad Religion||La Cigale Paris, FRA||Find Tickets|
|Sep 2||Bad Religion||live Trezzo sull'Adda, ITA||Find Tickets|
|Sep 3||Bad Religion||Estragon Club Bologna, ITA||Find Tickets|
|Sep 26||Bad Religion||Pozo Saloon Santa Margarita, California||Find Tickets|
|Oct 10||It's Not Dead Fest w/ Bad Religion, Pennywise, Descendants,NOFX & more||San Manuel Amphitheater San Bernardino, California||Find Tickets|
Bad Religion is punk personified and has been a mainstay on the rock scene for over thirty years. They have maintained their independent status and have largely been responsible for defining the genre. They will release their sixteenth studio album in 2012 and have tour dates throughout the year. Don't miss a date on the Bad Religion concert schedule (2011); Use Eventful as your source for Bad Religion tour dates and venue information.
Bad Religion was formed in 1979 by high school friends Greg Graffin and Brett Gurewitz. They played their first show in 1980 as the opening act for Social Distortion and signed with Epitaph Records in 1981. They released their debut album, How Could Hell Be Any Worse?, in 1981 and spent the rest of the '80s touring and recording hit music. Graffin also managed to obtain a PhD from Cornell University during the band's nascent.
They hit the big time with their 1993 album, Recipe for Hate, which was their seventh album, but first to make an impact on the charts. Since then, Bad Religion perennially puts out records that satisfy punk's harshest critics. Stay on top of Bad Religion's concert schedule (2011) and use Eventful as your source for Bad Religion tour dates and venue information.
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