Trim your bangs and get ready to scream — Paramore is headed to DTE this summer

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From "Misery Business" to "Fake Happy" pop-punk priestess Hayley Williams and her Paramore crew have proved themselves to be the ultimate musical mood ring.

Embarking on their “After Laughter" summer tour with Foster The People (AKA the band behind that "Pumped Up Kicks" earworm), Paramore will bring their pop riot through DTE Energy Music Theatre on June 29.



Seriously, though. Paramore could, in fact, be "The Only Exception." They managed to survive the fallout and the many mood swings of early 2000s screamo (ugh) and continue to top charts and inspire hair color trends across all rock genres. Let's rage.

Tickets start at $29.50 for lawn and $49.50 for pavilion and go on sale Friday, March 16 at 10 a.m. and can be purchased here.



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