SAN FRANCISCO, CA - JUNE 23: Jordan Pundik of New Found Glory performs as part of the 2012 Vans Warped Tour at AT&T Park on J
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New Found Glory are celebrating their 20th anniversary in 2017 with the 20 Years of Pop-Punk Tour. To make it super worthwhile, they'll be playing full albums, ranging from their 1999 debut Nothing Gold Can Stay to their '09 effort Not Without a Fight. (In between: 2000's self-titled, '02's Sticks and Stones, '04's Catalyst and '06's Coming Home.) The only LPs not getting the live look are the two latest, 2011's Radiosurgery and '14's Resurrection.

The tour will run nearly two months, kicking off March 22 in Baltimore and wrapping on May 12 in Fort Lauderdale.

 Here's what the band has to say:

"'You’ll never get anywhere', 'sophomore slump', 'It’s a trend that will pass', 'your ship will sink'. Well it’s been 20 years. Wondering what the voices say now? Luckily there was and still is only two voices we listen to. The passion inside of us and our loyal fans! This tour is for both. We can’t wait to play through all our albums recorded before 2010 and revisit some venues across the U.S. that we have great memories playing at. Thank you for all the years of love and support. Somehow it still feels like the beginning!" 

Tickets go on sale Friday, Dec. 9 at 12 p.m. local time. Check out the 20 Years of Pop-Punk Tour dates and which albums will be played what nights:

New Found Glory

Next, watch an old-school interview where NFG tell Fuse why they're never, ever going on hiatus: