Gen-X Tour Features Buckcherry, P.O.D., Lit and Alien Ant Farm

Stops scheduled in Farmingville and Watertown.

Heavy metal and hard rock news source, Loudwire, has announced its inaugural “Gen-X Summer” tour featuring Buckcherry, P.O.D., Lit, and Alien Ant Farm.

Gen-X will cover over 30 cities across the U.S. starting in Milwaukee on June 28, and making two stops in New York, July 26, at the Amphitheater at Bald Hill in Farmingville and July 30, at Exhibition Hall in Watertown.

Formed in 1995 in Anaheim, Buckcherry has released seven studio albums and an EP. The band’s third album, 15, is certified platinum by the RIAA. Several classics have come from the album, including crossover hit “Crazy Bitch,” “Next 2 You,” and Billboard Top 10 hit “Sorry.”

Buckcherry frontman Josh Todd, commented on the upcoming tour, “You’re gonna get your money’s worth on this one, the Gen X Summer tour is gonna be one to remember for sure. I love these bands. We all came out around the same time exploding onto the scene with great summertime hits and an awesome live show. Get your tickets now at and let’s get wild and loose!” 

San Diego Christian rockers P.O.D., will appear on the run in most cities. Formed in 1992, the band has sold over 12 million albums worldwide. Their third studio album, The Fundamental Elements of Southtown, earned the band a double platinum certification, and the even more successful follow up, Satellite, is certified triple platinum by the RIAA.

Frontman Sonny Sandoval stated about the tour, “This is the good vibes, Rock & Roll tour of the summer. A bunch of friends hitting the road together and playing music we love for more friends across the states.”

Gen-X Tour Dates:

June 28 – Summerfest- Harley Davidson – Milwaukee, WI
June 29 – Corbin Arena – Corbin, KY
June 30 – Stars and Stripes Festival FREE SHOW – Novi, MI
July 3 – Miramar Amphitheater – Miramar, FL
July 5 – The Stage on the Bay – Savannah. GA ^
July 6 – The Beaver Bar – Murrels Inlet, SC
July 7 – Pier Six Pavillion – Baltimore, MD
July 26 – The Amphitheater at Bald Hill – Farmingville, NY
July 27 – The Palladium – Worcester, MA
July 28 – CURE Insurance Arena – Trenton, NJ
July 30 – Exhibition Hall – Watertown, NY
July 31 – Maverick’s Music Hall – Barrie, ON
Aug. 3 – Bluestem Center for the Arts – Moorehead, MN
Aug. 6 – Iron Horse Saloon FREE SHOW – Sturgis, SD
Aug. 9 – Choctaw Casino & Resort FREE SHOW – Pocola, OK
Aug. 10 – Golden Nugget Casino – H20 – Lake Charles, LA
Aug. 11 – Griffin Music Hall – El Dorado, AR
Aug. 12 – Summers at the River – Nixa, MO
Aug. 14 – Stampede – Aurora, CO
Aug. 17 – The Northwoods Rock Rally – Glen Fora, WI
Aug. 19 – Providence Medical Center – Bonner Springs, KS
Aug. 21 – Concrete Street Pavilion – Corpus Christi, TX
Aug. 22 – HEB Center – Cedar Park, TX
Aug. 24 – The Pavilion at Toyota Music – Irving, TX
Aug. 25 – Speaking Rock Entertainment FREE SHOW – El Paso, TX
Aug. 26 – Smart Financial Centre at Sugarland – Sugar Land, TX
Aug. 28 – Abilene Civic Center – Abilene, TX
Aug. 30 – Tyson Events Center – Sioux City, IA
Aug. 31 – DuQuoin State Fair – DuQuoin, IL
Sept. 1 – Naperville Last Fling – Naperville, IL
Sept. 3 – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – St. Louis, MO *
Sept. 6 – BLK Live – Scottsdale, AZ
Sept. 7 – BLK Live – Scottsdale, AZ
^ No P.O.D.
*Pointfest Radio Show with Offspring, 311, and more