Order In Decline World Tour

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Order In Decline World Tour
Tour by Sum 41
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Sum 41 performing at Hellfest 2019 in Clisson, France.
LocationNorth America, Asia, Europe
Associated albumOrder In Decline
Start dateSeptember 29, 2019
No. of shows53
  • 33 in North America
  • 5 in Asia
  • 15 in Europe
Sum 41 concert chronology
  • No Personal Space Tour
  • Order In Decline World Tour

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The Order In Decline World Tour is a concert tour by the Canadian rock band Sum 41 in support of their seventh full-length studio album Order In Decline. The tour began on September 29, 2019.


After the release of their seventh studio album Order In Decline, the band announced[1] on their website[2] on July 29, 2019, that they had announced a tour to support the release of the album. On the first leg of the North American tour, they toured alongside The Amity Affliction and The Plot In You. The American rock band The Offspring had also announced[3] that they would be co-headlining the with the band on their Canadian leg of the tour with Dinosaur Pile-Up while also working on their upcoming tenth studio album.[4] The band also announced that while they were also touring, they would be making a setlist for the 15th anniversary of their third studio album, Chuck.[5]. On November 8, 2019, punk rock band Zebrahead had announced[6] that they would be in support of the European leg of the tour.


Sum 41
  • Deryck Whibley – lead vocals, lead and rhythm guitars
  • Dave Baksh – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Tom Thacker – rhythm and lead guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Jason McCaslin – bass, backing vocals
  • Frank Zummo – drums, percussion

Opening acts[edit]

Acts include The Amity Affliction. The Plot In You, The Offspring, and Zebrahead as well as Of Mice & Men, who has served as the opening acts on some of the U.S dates[7].


The setlist remains the same for most of the dates of the first U.S leg as of now. However, they have also played other songs from their previous studio albums[8] as well.

  1. "Turning Away"
  2. "The Hell Song
  3. "Motivation"
  4. "Over My Head (Better Off Dead)"
  5. "Fake My Own Death"
  6. "We're All to Blame"
  7. "Some Say
  8. "Out for Blood"
  9. "The New Sensation"
  10. "Walking Disaster"
  11. "No Reason"
  12. "Underclass Hero"
  13. "Pieces"
  14. "Welcome to Hell"
  15. "In Too Deep"
  16. "Still Waiting"
  17. "88"
First encore
  1. "Never There"
  2. "Fat Lip"
Second encore
  1. "Pain For Pleasure"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Leg 1: North America
(with The Amity Affliction and The Plot In You )
September 29, 2019 Louisville United States Louder Than Live
October 1, 2019 Pittsburgh Roxian Theatre
October 2, 2019 Detroit The Fillmore
October 4, 2019 Kansas City Midland Theatre
October 5, 2019 Minneapolis Skyway Theatre
October 6, 2019 Chicago The Vic Theatre
October 8, 2019 Denver Ogden Theatre
October 11, 2019 Sacramento Aftershock Festival
October 13, 2019 Seattle Showbox Sodo
October 16, 2019 Las Vegas House of Blues
October 17, 2019 Los Angeles Hollywood Palladium
October 18, 2019 San Diego Soma San Diego
October 20, 2019 Phoenix The Marquee
October 22, 2019 Dallas Gas Monkey
October 23, 2019 Houston Revention Music Center
October 26, 2019 Raleigh Ritz Raleigh
October 28, 2019 New York City Hammerstein Ballroom
October 29, 2019 Philadelphia The Fillmore
October 31, 2019 Worcester The Palladium
Date City Country Venue
Leg 2: North America (Canada)
(with The Offspring and Dinosaur Pile-Up)
November 12, 2019 Halifax Canada Scotiabank Centre
November 13, 2019 Moncton Avenir Centre
November 15, 2019 St. Catharines Meridan Centre
November 16, 2019 Sudbury Sudbury Arena
November 17, 2019 Laval Place Bell
November 19, 2019 Sault Ste. Marie Essar Centre
November 21, 2019 Winnipeg Bell MTS Place
November 22, 2019 Moose Jaw Mosiac Place
November 23, 2019 Estevan Affinity Place
November 25, 2019 Medicine Hat Canalta Centre
November 27, 2019 Cranbrook Western Financial Place
November 29, 2019 Penticton South Okanagan Events Centre
November 30, 2019 Abbotsford Abbotsford Centre
December 2, 2019 Kamloops Sandman Centre
Date City Country Venue
Leg 4: Asia
January 6, 2020 Aichi Japan Zepp Nagoya
January 7, 2020 Tokyo Toyosu Pit
January 8, 2020 Tokyo Toyosu Pit
January 10, 2020 Fukuoka Zepp Fukuoka
January 11, 2020 Osaka Zepp Osaka Bayside
Date City Country Venue
Leg 5: Europe
(with Zebrahead)
January 14, 2020 Antwerp Belgium Lotto Arena
January 15, 2020 Luxembourg City Luxemburg Luxexpo
January 17, 2020 Paris France Zénith Paris
January 21, 2020 Netherlands Amsterdam AFAS Live
January 23, 2020 Germany Düsseldorf Mitsubishi Electric Halle
January 24, 2020 Austria Vienna Gasometer
January 25, 2020 Germany Munich Motorworld Zenith
January 28, 2020 Italy Milan Lorenzini District
January 30, 2020 Germany Erfurt Thüringenhalle
Feburary 1, 2020 Offenbach Stadthalle
Feburary 2, 2020 Berlin Velodrome
Feburary 3, 2020 Denmark Copenhagen Amager Bio
Feburary 4, 2020 Sweden Stockholm Fryshuset
Feburary 5, 2020 Denmark Olso Sentrum Scene
Feburary 7, 2020 Germany Stuttgart Porsche Arena


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  1. Altpress"Sum 41 Announce Fall Tour in Support of 'Order in Decline'" Retrieved on November 1st, 2019
  2. Sum 41. "We're hitting the road again this Fall on the Order In Decline World Tour" Retrieved on December 2nd, 2019
  3. Loudwire "The Offspring + Sum 41 announce Co-headling tour" Retrieved on November 3, 2019.
  4. The Offspring. [1] Retrieved on November 3, 2019.
  5. Altpress "Sum 41 to Honor 15 Years of 'Chuck' in Heaviest Set Yet on Upcoming Tour" Retrieved on November 5, 2019.
  6. Morecore "Sum 41 verkünden den Special Guest ihrer Headliner-Tour" Retrieved on November 10, 2019.
  7. Kerrang![2] Retrieved on November 3, 2019
  8. setlist.fm.[3]