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April 22, 2017

gOOD CHARLOTTE

Casino Nova Scotia, Halifax
Tickets: $53 & $58

RESTRICTED TO 19 YEARS & OLDER 

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Youth Authority Tour presented by Journeys
special guests Silverstein, Waterparks and Movement

Produced by Sonic Concerts

7:30pm (doors open at 6:30pm) 
Saturday April 22, 2017
Schooner Room
Casino Nova Scotia, Halifax

Ticket Prices

Advance $53 each
Day of show $58 each

Prices include tax and per ticket service charge.
Tickets subject to an additional $2 per order fee if ordered online or by phone. 

Availability

Tickets available to purchase starting 10am Friday February 17, 2017 at:

  • the Ticket Atlantic box office
  • credit card charge by phone at (902) 451-1221 or toll-free 1-877-451-1221
  • participating Atlantic Superstore outlets
  • credit card charge online - click 'Buy Tickets' button above once onsale
  • Casino Nova Scotia Promotions Desk

Ticket limit

8 per person, account, credit card

No Audio/Video Recorders or Professional Cameras


Halifax, NS – Formed in the mid-90s, Good Charlotte have five albums and two collaborations under their belt. The band was integral in establishing a global critical mass for the pop-punk genre. The group’s 2000 self-titled debut laid the foundation with the singles “Little Things” and “Festival Song”. Then in 2002, the breakthrough success of The Young and the Hopeless catapulted pop-punk into the stratosphere and set them on the path to worldwide superstardom. The group followed with multi-platinum albums, including The Chronicles of Life and Death (2004) and Good Morning Revival (2007).
Following their release Cardiology (2010), the group needed to take a breather. “We had grown up inside the band and it was all we knew,” Benji says. “We all needed to step away to find out who we were outside of it as well as do some growing personally.”
The drive resurfaced in 2014 and Benji and Joel credit the young Australian pop- punk group 5 Seconds Of Summer for re-igniting the Good Charlotte spark. Working with 5SOS reminded the brothers of how much fun they’d had with their own band--and in 2015, the timing felt right. In November 2015, Good Charlotte released a video for the song “Makeshift Love”, a classic anthem that unabashedly screams early 2000s. Now, after the release of their new album, Youth Authority, on MDDN in 2016, a run of U.K. shows in August and a U.S tour last fall, Good Charlotte are ecstatic to get back to their true purpose and continue sharing their music.

General Admission
Standing Room Only