A still from 'Favorite Liar' by The Wrecks. Photo by: The Wrecks / YouTube
A still from 'Favorite Liar' by The Wrecks. Photo by: The Wrecks / YouTube

The Wrecks set to Join All Time Low, SWMRS, Night Riots and Waterparks for The Young Renegades Tour

The Wrecks, an indie Los Angeles rock band, has quickly caught the ears of the music industry with only three tracks officially released.

Recently, the band announced that they would be joining The Young Renegades Tour with All Time, Night Riots and more on a national summer tour. The Wrecks will be cutting their teeth in some large-scale venues across the United States.


“We can’t wait to get back out on the road again, as we’ve been mostly cramped inside writing new material and working on our set for the past few months.” – The Wrecks

They are currently signed with Another Century Records. Their debut EP was written and recorded in three short days. Stream and preview ‘Favorite Liar’ on YouTube below.

All Time Low recently released the album and track Last Young Renegade. The bands will connect for a 29-date tour that begins on June 30 in Houston, TX. Check out All Time Low’s track for the ‘Last Young Renegade’ and catch the music live on stage.

Browse over the tour dates, and connect with The Wrecks main website for additional ticket information.

All Time Low: Last Young Renegade [OFFICIAL VIDEO]

The Wrecks - Favorite Liar (Official Video)

The Young Renegades Tour 2017

Tour Dates

Date | Venue | Location

June 30 | House of Blues | Houston, TX

July 1 |  House of Blues | Dallas, TX

July 3 The Marquee | Tempe, AZ

July 5 | House of Blues | Anaheim, CA

July 7 | The Novo | Los Angeles, CA

July 8 | Fox Theater | Oakland, CA

July 10 | Roseland Theater | Portland, OR

July 11 | Showbox Sodo | Seattle, WA

July 13 | The Complex | Salt Lake City, UT

July 14 | Fillmore Auditorium | Denver, CO

July 15 | Uptown Theater | Kansas City, MO

July 16 | Palace Theatre | St. Paul, MN

July 18 | The Pageant | Saint Louis, MO

July 20 | Royal Oak Music Theatre | Royal Oak, MI

July 21 | Aragon Ballroom | Chicago Heights, IL

July 22 | Eagles Ballroom | Milwaukee, WI

July 23 | Express Live! Outdoor Amphitheatre | Columbus, OH

July 25 | Stage AE | Pittsburgh, PA

July 26 | Rapids Theatre | Niagara Falls, NY

July 28 | House of Blues | Boston, MA

July 29 | The Fillmore | Philadelphia, PA

July 30 | The Fillmore | Philadelphia, PA

July 31 | Central Park Summer Stage | New York, NY

August 2 | Rams Head Live | Baltimore, MD

August 3 | Rams Head Live | Baltimore, MD

August 4 | The Ritz | Raleigh, NC

August 5 | Tabernacle | Atlanta, GA

August 6 | House Of Blues | Lake Buena Vista, FL

August 7 | House Of Blues | Lake Buena Vista, FL

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Matthew McGuire is the founder and editor of Crescent Vale News. In 2014, he acquired a master's degree in Professional Media and Media Management from Southern Illinois University Carbondale.