The Starting Line return for "Say It Like You Mean It" anniversary run
Pop-punk outfit The Starting Line will take to clubs in eight major markets this winter to celebrate the 10th anniversary of its debut album, "Say It Like You Mean It."
The Philadelphia quintet will begin the three-week jaunt with a Dec. 8 show in Detroit, MI, followed by performances on both coasts. The eight-city trek, which will feature the 2002 album played in its entirety, wraps up with a hometown concert Dec. 30.
Tickets are on sale now at the band's website, and fans can anticipate limited-edition tour merchandise featuring the original "Say It Like You Mean It" artwork, according to the group's site.
The Starting Line released three albums before their 2008 hiatus; the most recent effort, "Direction," surfaced in 2007. The five-piece rock act returned to the stage in late 2009 and have played a handful of gigs since that time.
8 - Detroit, MI - Saint Andrews Hall
9 - Chicago, IL - House of Blues
15 - Pomona, CA - The Glass House
16 - West Hollywood, CA - House of Blues
27 - Boston, MA - Paradise Rock Club
29 - Sayreville, NJ - Starland Ballroom
30 - Philadelphia, PA - The Electric Factory