Sad Summer Festival is back for another year! The tour kicked off in Florida and the line up included Taking Back Sunday, The Maine, PVRIS, L.S. Dunes, Hot Mulligan, Mom Jeans, Stand Atlantic, and Cliffdiver. idobi photographer Maysa Askar made it out to The Sound in Clearwater, FL and covered the whole day in case you missed out. Check out her gallery below and try to make it out to a date in your city! Taking Back Sunday The Maine PVRIS L.S. Dunes Hot Mulligan Mom Jeans Stand Atlantic Cliffdiver
The Maine will be joining the Sad Summer Festival and we could not be more thrilled. Taking Back Sunday is headlining the event and they’ll both be joined by PVRIS, Hot Mulligan, Mom Jeans, Stand Atlantic, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, Head Automatica, L.S. Dunes, and Motion City Soundtrack.
This week Jess & Bowie chat all about Sad Summer Fest and being back on tour. Jess gives us the run down on life on tour with the Summer Set, the bumpy tour life that is being on the road in a bandwagon (because there are no tour buses available!), technical issues on stage, gear melting in the heat, the Summer Set’s Sad Summer Fest crew set up and what a day in the life of a touring band is really like!
Sad Summer Fest makes a stop on their tour at Orlando Amphitheater in Orlando, FL. idobi photographer Maysa Askar captured most of the festival including Waterparks, Neck Deep, State Champs, and more. Check out photos below from the tour in case you missed out on this run!
All Time Low is headlining the run accompanied by The Maine, The Story So Far, Movements, Grayscale, Yours Truly, and Destroy Boys.
No purchase necessary to enter the Sad Summer Fest Flyaway Contest (giveaway). This giveaway is presented by idobi Network, LLC and Sad Summer Festival (“Sponsor”). Contestants must be thirteen (13) years of age or older to enter, and must be resident of the United States or Canada. Employees, officers, directors and representatives of Sponsor and their respective affiliates, and those with whom they are domiciled are not eligible. Void outside of the United States and where prohibited by law. Giveaway subject to all federal, state and local laws. — Limitation of Liability And General Conditions: By participating in this giveaway,… Read more »
Congratulations to our winner, Taylor Dionne from Maine, who’s about to take the best summer vacation ever! Rock with them at Sad Summer Fest in Anaheim, CA. Thanks to everyone who entered the #Sad4Summer contest! Win tickets to the Sad Summer Fest featuring State Champs, Mayday Parade, The Maine, Mom Jeans, Stand Atlantic, + Just Friends. Some people want to spend their summer on an island. Some people want to spend their summer travelling across the world. But us? We just want to get sad. Sad Summer Fest is gearing up to spread emo joy across the US with bands… Read more »
Sad Summer Festival has just announced more bands added to the feely line-up. You can see State Champs, Mayday Parade, Mom Jeans, The Maine, and Stand Atlantic on every date of the tour. But like Four Year Strong, Set It Off, Forever the Sickest Kids, and Every Avenue the newly announced groups will be exclusive to select dates. Grayscale, Ashland, Jetty Bones, Shortly, Worriers, World’s Greatest Dad, and Oh Weatherly give you 7 more reasons to get emotional in the summer sun. The tour takes off from Dallas, TX on July 5, 2019, and hits 18 cities around the US.… Read more »
Get ready to ruin your eyeliner with the happiest emo tears possible: Sad Summer Festival has just announced its inaugural lineup!
Today, When We Were Young Festival 2024 tickets went on sale and almost immediately sold out. Luckily, the festival already announced they are adding a second day and you can sign up for the waitlist. Head here to add your name to the waitlist for October 20. You can choose from general admission ($405 each), GA+ ($595 each), VIP ($695 each), or VIP Cabana ($18,500 each) tickets. General ticket sales will begin Tuesday, November 21 at 10 AM PT. When We Were Young 2024 announced its lineup this week, the roster basically broke the internet. With headliners Fall Out Boy… Read more »