Honda Civic Tour Tickets

The Honda Civic Tour is an annual concert tour that has run since 2001. The tour has typically featured one to two headliners and three and more supporting acts. Details for the 2014 tour will be announced closer to the tour's start date, so stayed tuned for information on participating acts and availability of Honda Civic Tour tickets..

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Thursday
Nov 06, 2014
7:00PM
Honda Civic Tour: American AuthorsPittsburgh, PA
Stage AE
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Friday
Nov 07, 2014
8:00PM
Honda Civic Tour: American AuthorsNew York, NY
Best Buy Theatre - Times Square
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Saturday
Nov 08, 2014
7:30PM
Honda Civic Tour: American AuthorsPhiladelphia, PA
Trocadero
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Monday
Nov 10, 2014
6:30PM
Honda Civic Tour: American AuthorsWashington, DC
9:30 Club
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About the Honda Civic Tour

Honda Civic Tour

Headliner:TBA
Supporting:TBA
Resources: Official Website

The Honda Civic Tour was created by the Honda Motor Company and began in 2001. Each year, the headlining artist customizes a Honda Civic that concert-goers can win in a raffle. The first tour featured blink-182, who wished to support their album Take Off Your Pants and Jacket (2001). Other artists to perform in the first year of the Honda Civic Tour included Sum 41, The Ataris, and the Alkaline Trio.

The Honda Civic Tour continued on in 2002. Incubus headlined the tour and played a total of 47 shows. Other supporting acts in 2002 included Hoobastank and Phantom Planet. The tour continued on to much success in the years that followed, featuring the talents of New Found Glory, Good Charlotte, and Less Than Jake (2003), Dashboard Confessional and The Get Up Kids (2004), Maroon 5 and The Thrills (2005), The Black Eyed Peas, Flipsyde, and The Pussycat Dolls (2006), Fall Out Boy (2007), and Panic at the Disco, The Hush Sound, Motion City Soundtrack and Phantom Planet. In 2009, the tour was canceled, but has continued since 2010.

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