Pierce The Veil & The Used Announce Co-Headline Tour 


Pierce The Veil and The Used are joining forces for a summer co-headline run dubbed “The Creative Control Tour.” The rock bands will be joined by Don Broco, Deathbyromy and girlfriends on select dates.

Both Pierce The Veil and The Used have new music to show off. The Used’s latest project, Toxic Positivity, is due out May 19 via Big Noise as the follow-up to 2020’s Heartwork and 2021’s Heartwork (Deluxe).

In February Pierce The Veil released its fifth studio album, The Jaws of Life, marking the band’s first LP since 2016’s Misadventures.

The co-bill tour launches May 23rd in Austin, Texas, with a show at HEB Center at Cedar Park. The routing includes gigs at the Nashville Municipal Auditorium, Toronto’s RBC Echo Beach New York’s The Rooftop at Pier 17, Cincinnati’s The Andrew J Brady Music Center and Phoenix’s Arizona Financial Theatre.

A CIti presale is ongoing, with additional preales running throughout the week ahead of the general onsale that begins on Friday, March 10 at 10 a.m. local time.

“We are more than excited for our first tour with Pierce the Veil. We’ve been friends for a long time and I know this will be a tour to remember. We can’t wait for you to hear some new music! We are so fucking stoked and will see you there! Love, Bert.” The Used’s vocalist Bert McCracken said in a statement.

Pierce The Veil also sent in a statement: “Every night of this tour is going to be a celebration. Our new album The Jaws Of Life is finally out and we get to share this monumental moment with our beautiful fans. We are so honored to hit the road with The Used, a band that has inspired us since the very beginning. It’s going to be unlike any other tour we’ve done and we can’t wait to see you there. Thank you for all of your support. Love, PTV.”

Most recent box office reports submitted to Pollstar for The Used include a July 19, 2022, show at the Kia Forum in Inglewood, California, supporting Rise Against that sold 7,369 tickets and grossed $355,339. Before the pandemic hit, the band played a handful of shows in early 2020 including a Feb. 19 show at Mohawk in Austin that sold 900 tickets and grossed $31,500.


Tue May 23 Austin, TX HEB Center at Cedar Park ^+

Wed May 24 New Orleans, LA The Fillmore Harrah’s New Orleans ^+

Fri May 26 Tampa, FL Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa ^+

Sat May 27 Boca Raton, FL Mizner Park Amphitheatre ^+

Sun May 28 St. Augustine, FL The Saint Augustine Amphitheatre ^+

Tue May 30 Atlanta, GA Coca Cola Roxy ^+

Wed May 31 Nashville, TN Nashville Municipal Auditorium ^+

Fri Jun 02 Toronto, ON RBC Echo Beach ^+

Sat Jun 03 Baltimore, MD Pier Six Pavilion ^+

Tue Jun 06 Richmond, VA Virginia Credit Union LIVE! *^+

Wed Jun 07 Wallingford, CT Oakdale Theatre ^+

Fri Jun 09 Philadelphia, PA Skyline Stage at the Mann ^+

Sat Jun 10 Portland, ME Cross Insurance Arena ^+

Mon Jun 12 Asbury Park, NJ Stone Pony Summer Stage ^#

Tue Jun 13 New York, NY The Rooftop at Pier 17 ^#

Thu Jun 15 Bethlehem, PA Wind Creek Event Center ^#

Fri Jun 16 Moon Twp, PA UPMC Events Center ^#

Sat Jun 17 Cuyahoga Falls, OH Blossom Music Center ^#

Mon Jun 19 Grand Rapids, MI GLC Live at 20 Monroe ^#

Wed Jun 21 Cincinnati, OH The Andrew J Brady Music Center ^#

Thu Jun 22 Madison, WI The Sylvee ^#

Sat Jun 24 Dallas, TX Fair Park *^#

Wed Jun 28 Salt Lake City, UT The Complex (Outdoors) ^#

Thu Jun 29 Reno, NV Grand Theatre at The Grand Sierra Resort ^#

Sat Jul 01 Irvine, CA FivePoint Amphitheatre ^#

Sun Jul 02 Phoenix, AZ Arizona Financial Theatre ^#

* Non-Live Nation Date

^ With Don Broco

+ With Deathbyromy

# With girlfriends