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Bad Religion Tickets

Jun 6
Thursday, June 6
Thu • 5:00 PM
5:00 PM
Garden Amphitheatre
Garden Grove, CA
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Tickets to Bad Religion shows are available now right here at Event Tickets Center! Many of their shows have sold out elsewhere, but not here. Event Tickets Center has a limited number of tickets available for their next several shows. Prices start at $191, but can range all the way up to $353. So, you need to act fast before ticket prices rise. If you are on the fence about going to see Bad Religion live, we have conveniently laid out some of the most important information about them. Listen to some of their most popular music via the playlist below and read up on some of their background and biggest achievements. Find the event you want to attend in the event list below, so you can purchase your tickets to go see Bad Religion live!

About Bad Religion

Bad Religion is a band from Los Angeles that has reached mainstream status across the Punk, Alternative, and Rock categories. Bad Religion has released 19 live and studio albums and 11 singles on Spotify that string all the way back to Jan 1, 1982 with their debut album titled How Could Hell Be Any Worse? (2005 Remaster). Their most recent album release was Age Of Unreason on May 3, 2019.

Bad Religion's Popularity

Bad Religion's steady growth has led to an overall artist ranking of 3,328 on Spotify in the United States. This is largely fueled by 2,129,007 listeners and 1,243,090 followers on Spotify, but they also reach an additional 13,250,669 listeners on Spotify through playlists. Additionally, Bad Religion has a robust following on social media with 426,153 followers on Instagram. They average 2,875,869 videos on YouTube and their top video on TikTok has 23,317,519 views on the social media platform. There are also 15,412 posts on Tik Tok with Bad Religion's tracks featured on them. Bad Religion is most listened to in Los Angeles in the United States.

Bad Religion as an Artist

You likely recognize Bad Religion by their top tracks which include "American Jesus", "You", and "White Christmas". You might also listen to Bad Religion due to their earliest albums such as How Could Hell Be Any Worse? (2005 Remaster), Suffer, and No Control, but you may have heard of them from similar artists such as NOFX, Rancid, and Pennywise.

Bad Religion's RIAA Awards

Bad Religion has reached the pinnacle of any artist's career by earning an RIAA award. Their top award came on Mar 4, 1998 for their album Stranger Than Fiction. They received a Gold award for the album. In total, Bad Religion has one Gold album.

Bad Religion's Appearances On Music Charts

Bad Religion is pretty familiar with Apple's Top Album Chart, as they has featured on the United States version of the chart 1 time. Their best showing on the chart came on Dec 25, 2022. Bad Religion peaked as high as 12 for their album, Christmas Songs.

Bad Religion's Music Library

Bad Religion has released a total of 19 albums on Spotify and is the main or feature artist on 557 tracks. Their full discography can be found in the charts below, as well as their top 10 songs. However, some of Bad Religion's top albums include How Could Hell Be Any Worse? (2005 Remaster), Suffer, and No Control. Their most recent album, Age Of Unreason was released on May 3, 2019. To supplement their albums, Bad Religion has released 11 singles on Spotify. Their top singles are Punk Rock Song, Father Christmas, and The Kids Are Alt-Right, with their most recent single, Emancipation Of The Mind, being released on Jan 20, 2021.

Bad Religion Discography

AlbumRelease DateAlbum Type
How Could Hell Be Any Worse? (2005 Remaster)Jan 1, 1982Album
SufferJan 1, 1988Album
No ControlJan 1, 1989Album
Against The GrainJan 1, 1990Album
GeneratorJan 1, 1992Album
Recipe For HateSep 21, 1993Album
Stranger Than Fiction (Deluxe Edition Remastered)Aug 30, 1994Album
Stranger Than FictionAug 30, 1994Album
Punk Rock SongJan 1, 1996Single
The Gray Race (Remastered)Feb 27, 1996Album
The Gray RaceFeb 27, 1996Album
No SubstanceMay 5, 1998Album
The New AmericaMay 9, 2000Album
The Process Of BeliefJan 22, 2002Album
The Empire Strikes FirstJan 1, 2004Album
New Maps of Hell (Deluxe Edition)Jul 10, 2007Album
The Dissent Of Man (Bonus Track Version)Sep 28, 2010Album
True NorthJan 22, 2013Album
Christmas SongsOct 29, 2013Album
Father ChristmasDec 9, 2014Single
The Kids Are Alt-RightJun 20, 2018Single
The Profane Rights Of ManOct 17, 2018Single
My SanityNov 12, 2018Single
Chaos From WithinFeb 26, 2019Single
Do The Paranoid StyleMar 26, 2019Single
Age Of UnreasonMay 3, 2019Album
Faith Alone 2020Aug 6, 2020Single
Lose Your Head (Demo Version)Sep 9, 2020Single
What Are We Standing ForOct 14, 2020Single
Emancipation Of The MindJan 20, 2021Single

Bad Religion Top Tracks

TrackAlbumRelease Date
"21st Century (Digital Boy)"Against The GrainJan 1, 1990
"American Jesus"Recipe For HateSep 21, 1993
"Do What You Want"SufferJan 1, 1988
"God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen"Christmas SongsOct 29, 2013
"Hark! The Herald Angels Sing"Christmas SongsOct 29, 2013
"Infected"Stranger Than FictionAug 30, 1994
"Punk Rock Song"The Gray RaceFeb 27, 1996
"Sorrow"The Process Of BeliefJan 22, 2002
"White Christmas"Christmas SongsOct 29, 2013
"You"No ControlJan 1, 1989

Bad Religion RIAA Awards

Stranger Than FictionGoldMar 4, 1998

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Meet Bad Religion

Punk rockers Bad Religion emerged from Los Angeles, CA in the early 1980s. Known for their melodic sensibility and three-part vocal harmonies, the group had already established a loyal underground following by the time they were signed to a major label, achieving commercial success with the release of their seventh full-length album Recipe for Hate in 1993. The album peaked at the number 14 spot on the Billboard Heatseekers chart, producing one of their most popular songs, “American Jesus.” Stranger than Fiction followed one year later, spawning massive hit singles “Infected” and “21st Century (Digital Boy),” achieving a gold certification from the RIAA. Bad Religion has since released nine additional studio albums, remaining one of the most prominent acts in underground punk rock. With a career spanning nearly four decades, the band has undergone several changes in personnel, with frontman Greg Gaffin remaining as the group’s sole constant member.

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