One more go-around to celebrate 20 years and then goodbye.

October 31, 2018

Get ready to say goodbye to Thursday.  Much to their surprise, the screamo favorites are still on the road after reuniting two years ago, but that's about to end.  They way they're going out though is going to be pretty special.  They’ll be performing their classic albums "Full Collapse" and "War All The Time" in their entirety during their newly announced 2019 tour.

From singer Geoff Rickly:

“It’s our honor to announce that we’ll be ending our 20th Anniversary by taking Full Collapse and War All the Time on the road, for a very limited US tour, in early 2019. When we reunited the band, two years ago, we had no idea that it would carry us through our 20th year or that we’d be selling out every show that we play in 2018. It’s been a very gratifying and humbling year for us. This tour is our attempt at saying ‘thank you’ to all of the people around the US that have supported us for all these years. We’ll be playing small venues, like we did when we began touring. At the conclusion of this tour, we intend to put an end to ‘the reunion.’ When we stopped playing last time, it wasn’t on the best of terms. This time, we get to put down touring on the very highest of notes: in each other’s lives and able to pick up and play together behind closed doors whenever we want. If we are ever able to do Thursday again, it will be a new, separate chapter. Thank you all for your time, attention and friendship.”

Looks like they'll be putting things to bed right here in Brooklyn March 17th.  Tour dates here.