To celebrate the 15-year anniversary of Sum 41’s album, Does This Look Infested, the band plans on playing a very special set on Vans Warped Tour in Toronto, Ontario on July 17th. The bands special set will include songs from their Does This Look Infected album.

This is a surprise guest announcement to celebrate the final cross-country trek of the Vans Warped Tour and in celebration of the band’s album, Does This Look Infected‘s 15-year anniversary. Does This Look Infected is the band’s second studio album, which was released back in 2002. The band celebrated the anniversary of the album with a massive U.S. headline tour where they played the album from front-to-back each night earlier this year.

July 17th is the only date Sum 41 will be performing at.


Other Sum 41 tour dates:
07/12 – Oshkosh, WI @ Rock USA Festival
07/14 – Sudbury, ON @ Grace Hartman Amphitheatre
07/15 – Quebec City, QC @ Le Festival D’été De Québec
07/17 – Toronto, ON @ Vans Warped Tour
08/17 – Landerneau, France @ Fête Du Bruit Dans Landernea
08/19 – Sankt Polten, Austria @ FM4 Frequency Festival
08/21 – Würzburg, Germany @ Posthalle
08/22 – Leipzig-thekla, Germany @ Parkbuhne
08/24 – Penthalaz, Switzerland @ Venoge Festival
08/25 – Reading, England @ Reading Festival
08/26 – Leeds, England @ Leeds Festival
08/28 – Oberhausen, Germany @ Turbinenhalle
08/30 – Empoli, Italy @ Beat Festival
08/31 – Rimini, Italy @ Rimini Park Rock
09/01 – Lignano Sabbiadoro, Italy @ Arena Alpe Adria
09/14 – Chicago, IL @ Riot Fest

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