Years and fads come and go, but the '90s is a decade that won’t seem to die. Even if modern fashion wasn't already drawing heavily on the last decade of the 20th century (Justin Bieber sold Antichrist Superstar shirts on tour), the '90s bands that still tour found a resurgence among audiences who probably weren’t alive during the bands’ heyday. While maybe not headlining stadiums, old alt-rock bands that still tour managed to go some 20 or even 30 years and maintain some level of popularity. Whether you prefer pop punk, blues rock, or you just want to bro out to some alt-rock, there’s a band from the '90s playing one of your favorite '90s throwback jams near you.
The popular alt-rock bands from the '00s that are still together are the last bands that you would expect to still be touring. Though a few bands from the era, like Blink 182 and Green Day, continue to sell out as arena juggernauts, these bands that have been together for over 20 years simply continue to plug away at what they do best: laying down '90s jams that transport their audiences back to the days of outlandish Gap commercials, bleached hair, and other '90s fashion moments.