Luckily, we got to see Silverstein and Four Year Strong as Silverstein celebrated 20 years as a band with three sets with Four Year Strong providing support along with I, The Mighty!  It was a packed house as Silverstein has the reputation of absolutely delivering each and every night live!  Silverstein has also released “A Beautiful Place To Drown” while Four Year Strong is celebrating the recent release of “Brain Pain” via Pure Noise Records.  I, The Mighty was the first band on the bill.

San Francisco’s I, The Mighty were the perfect crowd to warm up the crowd for Silverstein and Four Year Strong.  Their vocals are soulful and versatile, and the guitars seemed to have provided perfect harmonics in order to create a fantastic alternative rock sound.  The songs “Pet Names”, “Failures” and “The Lying Eyes of Miss Erray” really got the crowd moving.  They kept it upbeat and lighthearted.  Four Year Strong was the next band to take the stage.

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Four Year Strong just started off with their take no prisoners moxie to really get the audience moving!  You can tell that there was an audience that came there primarily to see Four Year Strong.  They started off their set with “It Must Really Suck to Be Four Year Strong Right Now”, and the energy that they possessed with “We All Float Down Here”.  People sang that song at the top of their lungs, and there was a really cool collective headbanging for “Get Out Of My Head”.  The audience really enjoyed the cuts from their latest album “Brain Pain”.  Their set was energetic, tight and the band is just a blast live!

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After I, The Mighty and Four Year Strong warmed up the crowd, Silverstein took over the stage.  This tour served two purposes.  The first purpose was to support “A Beautiful Place To Drown” and secondly the band is performing three sets to celebrate 20 years as a band!  It was plain to see why Silverstein have been around for 20 years, because they deliver each and every damn night live!  They started off with “Burn It Down” and “Retrograde”, which got the crowd going ballistic.  After a couple of medleys, they got the crowd in a massive singalong with their One Republic cover of “Apologize” and they closed off the first set with “The Afterglow”.  They played an acoustic set which made it feel like a personal invitation to their living room and then the crowd went crazy the whole time over them playing “Discovering The Waterfront” in its entirety.  This night was for any Silverstein fan that was there for the band from day one and also for those that might have been “late to the party”.  We cannot wait to see them again!

Here is the setlist:

  1.  Burn It Down
  2.  Retrograde
  3.  A Great Fire/Vices/Broken Stars
  4.  Face of the Earth
  5.  Infinite
  6.  Stand Amid The Roar/On Brave Mountains We Conquer/A Better Place/In Silent Seas We Drown/California/To Live And To Lose/This Is How The Wind Shifts/Arrivals/Departures
  7.  Apologize (One Republic cover)
  8.  The Afterglow

Acoustic Set

  1. Massachusetts
  2. Still Dreaming
  3. Replace You
  4. Aquamarine
  5. Red Light Pledge
  6. Toronto

Discovering The Waterfront

  1. Your Sword Versus My Dagger
  2. Smile In Your Sleep
  3. The Ides Of March
  4. Fist Wrapped In Blood
  5. Discovering The Waterfront
  6. Defend You
  7. My Heroine
  8. Always and Never
  9. Already Dead
  10. Three Hours Back
  11. Call It Karma


  1.  Bleeds No More

Silverstein have tour dates in Europe and United States this summer.  The United States dates are rescheduled due to postponement because of the Coronavirus.  Check out the gig dates below:

Thu. 6/18- Kastelsedijk in Dessel, Belgium

Fri. 6/19- Circus Maximus in Koblenz, Germany

Sat. 6/20- Rock The Hill Festival in Bischofsmais, Germany

Sun. 6/21- Colos-Saal in Aschaffenburg, Germany

Mon. 6/22- Kiff in Aarau, Switzerland

Tue. 6/23- Circolo Magnolia in Segrate Mi, Italy

Wed. 6/24- Ninkasi Gerland Kao in Vieux Lyon, France

Tue. 6/30- Pod Minoga in Poznan, Poland

Wed. 7/1- Peter-Weiss-Haus e.V in Rostock, Germany

Fri. 7/3- Fryshuset in Stockholm, Sweden

Sun. 7/5- Tower Musikclub in Bremen, Germany

Tue. 7/7- The Booking Hall in Dover, United Kingdom

Wed. 7/8- Green Door Store in Brighton, United Kingdom

Thu. 7/9- New Cross Inn in London, United Kingdom

Fri. 7/10- 2000 Trees Upcote Farm in Withington, United Kingdom

Fri. 7/24- Danforth Music Hall in Toronto, Canada

Sat. 7/25- Bogart’s in Cincinnati, Ohio

Sun. 7/26- House of Blues in Cleveland, Ohio

Tue. 7/28- Royal Oak Music Theatre in Royal Oak, Michigan

Fri. 7/31- The Masquerade in Atlanta, Georgia

Sat. 8/1- The Studio at Warehouse Live in Houston, Texas

Tue. 8/4- Gas Monkey Live! in Dallas, Texas

Fri. 8/7- Concord Music Hall in Chicago, Illinois

Mon. 8/10- The Truman in Kansas City, Missouri

Tue. 8/11- Ogden Theatre in Denver, Colorado

Wed. 8/12- The Depot in Salt Lake City, Utah

Fri. 8/14- The Showbox in Seattle, Washington

Sun. 8/15- Wonder Ballroom in Portland, Oregon

Tue. 8/18- The Belasco Theater in Los Angeles, California

Wed. 8/19- House of Blues in Anaheim, California

Fri. 8/21- Brooklyn Bowl in Las Vegas, Nevada

Sat. 8/22- Marquee Theatre in Tempe, Arizona

Wed. 8/26- The Studio at Warehouse Live in Houston, Texas

Fri. 8/28- Jannus Live in St. Petersburg, Florida

For tickets and further information on any of the gigs listed above, click here.

Fans can find Silverstein at the following locations:

  • Photo Credit:  Kim Casper at Garden State Band Connection

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