Tokyo Police Club Break Up, Announce Final Show

"It's time for us to say goodbye"

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BY Alex HudsonPublished Jan 23, 2024

Long-running Ontario indie rockers Tokyo Police Club are calling it a day, as they have announced that their final shows will take place this fall.

Their last-ever show will occur in Toronto on November 29 at History. Additional shows will be announced in the coming weeks.

A ticket presale for Toronto will begin at the band's website tomorrow (January 24) with the password "TPC4EVER," followed by another presale on Thursday (January 25) at Ticketmaster with the password "SPOTLIGHT." Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday (January 26).

The quartet said farewell to fans with a joint statement:

It's time for us to say goodbye! This band has meant so much to us for so many years, but all magical things must come to an end. Tokyo Police Club will always stand for the connection we have shared ever since we were teenagers, and it's brought so many amazing people and moments into our lives. We’re throwing one last big bash in Toronto at HISTORY on NOVEMBER 29th, and we have a few more things up our sleeve before we go, so stay tuned!

Thank you from the bottom of our collective heart for the unbelievable support and inspiration over the years - you will always be a part of the TPC family. See you in the funny pages!

Love, Dave Graham Josh and Greg

Tokyo Police Club formed while the four members were still in high school, and they debuted with the 2006 EP A Lesson in Crime. They appeared on Exclaim!'s cover upon the release of their debut full-length, 2008's Elephant Shell.

All told, they released five LPs, most recently 2018's TPC.

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