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Simple Plan @ De Roma, Antwerpen

PHOTO REVIEW: A Visual Journey Through Simple Plan’s Captivating Performance

Simple Plan‘s concert at De Roma in Antwerpen was an event that fans won’t forget. With support from Air Yel, Mayday Parade, and State Champs, the night was filled with music that had everyone excited. Each band brought their own sound and energy, setting the stage for Simple Plan. When Simple Plan took the stage, they delivered a performance that lived up to expectations.

We saw the band earlier this week in Tilburg, you can check out that review here.

This photo review will take you through the night, showing how each band contributed to a memorable concert.

Air Yel

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Simple Plan @ Poppodium 013 Tilburg

CONCERT REVIEW: A Night Of Nostalgia With Simple Plan

On a breezy February evening, the iconic pop-punk band Simple Plan reclaimed the stage at 013, turning the Tilburg venue into a sold-out sanctuary for punk enthusiasts. For us the evening started off with State Champs, the third support act of the evening.

State Champs were introduced by Queen‘s We Are the Champions. The band’s energy was infectious, compelling the crowd into a madness of jumps, claps, and crowd surfing. Their performance set a high bar for the night.

Then, Simple Plan came on stage with the Star Wars theme music, grabbing everyone’s attention right away. They played a great mix of new songs and old favorites like Jump, Astronaut and Shut Up!. Some of the older songs had to be sung in a lower octave, nevertheless, the vocal performance left nothing to be desired. The concert was visually stunning too, with confetti, big beach balls during Summer Paradise, and special visuals that made the show even more exciting.

At about two-thirds of the show, after playing two of their new songs, A Million Pictures Of You and Wake Me Up (When This Nightmare’s Over) they played a mash-up of famous cover songs All Star, Sk8er Boi and Mr. Brightside. During Where I Belong, they brought out both Dereks from the support acts, Derek DiScanio from State Champs and Derek Sanders from Mayday Parade.

Obviously, fan favourites Welcome To My Life, I’m Just A Kid and Perfect could not be missed. Even though the last song was a bit quiet and ended the night on a softer note, it was still a great show that proved why Simple Plan are so loved and how they can throw a party that everyone enjoys.

We can’t wait to see them again later this year at Dutch festival Jera On Air. If you want to check out Simple Plan at one of their shows this year, check out their show dates here.

Check out the photos we took below to get a glimpse of what the concert was like!

State Champs

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Simple Plan Announce ‘The Hard As Rock’ Tour 2024 With Special Guests Mayday Parade & State Champs

Get ready to rock out, as Simple Plan, the iconic pop-punk band, have just revealed their highly anticipated The Hard As Rock Europe and UK Tour 2023. With special guests Mayday Parade and State Champs joining them on stage, this tour promises to be an absolute treat for all rock music enthusiasts.

The excitement is building up as the tour is scheduled to kick off on January 19th, 2024, in Paris, France. It will make its way to various cities across Europe, culminating in an electrifying finale in London, UK, on February 24th. Mark your calendars, as tickets for these epic shows will go on sale on August 4th at 10 am local time through www.officialsimpleplan.com.

After an exhilarating arena tour alongside their friends Sum 41 last fall and a series of unforgettable festival performances this spring, Simple Plan is thrilled to be back with their headlining tour in Europe and the UK. Fans can expect full-length shows packed with energy and an impressive lineup of new songs from their latest album Harder Than it Looks, as well as classic fan favorites from their early records. To make this tour even more special, the band plans to treat audiences with a few rarely played live jams, commemorating both the 25th anniversary of the band and the 20th anniversary of their second album, Still Not Getting Any.

For the complete list of tour dates and venues, check out the poster at the bottom of this article. Grab your tickets early, as they are sure to sell out fast. It’s time to embrace the rock spirit with The Hard As Rock Europe and UK Tour 2024. See you there!