More than 10 years after the iconic Bamboozle festival packed away their gear for the last time in 2012, we now have day-to-day lineup details for their 2023 event (cue our uncontrollable excitement)! In January, Bamboozle announced their lineup via an old-school, faux Myspace page. Rather than leaning into the nostalgic emo era Myspace was famous for, the lineup includes a plethora of genres and performances. The festival will be resurrected on May 5-7 at Bader Field in Atlantic City, NJ, and will allow you to purchase single-day tickets. You can buy tickets for all three days and single-day passes… Read more »
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 »
The artist lineup for When We Were Young Fest 2024 just expanded to include the iconic Hey Monday, who will be playing Hold On Tight in full. Lead vocalist Cassadee Pope shared the news on November 15 via Instagram with the caption, “We’re coming home! Hey Monday are playing “Hold On Tight” in its entirety at the EPIC @whenwewereyoungfest 2024!!! Get your dunks and vests ready!!” While Hey Monday has not performed together recently, the reunion comes as no surprise, as Pope recently shared a single produced by bandmate Alex Lipshaw. The 2008 Hey Monday album featured the likes of… Read more »
As if we weren’t still riding the high of When We Were Young Fest 2023, the iconic festival will be returning to its homestead in Las Vegas, NV, on October 19 for When We Were Young 2024. The lineup, which consists of behemoths such as My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy, A Day To Remember, Jimmy Eat World, Pierce The Veil, The Used, The All-American Rejects, and many more, performing iconic anniversary sets for albums such as The Black Parade, Homesick, and more, will kick off in October beneath the desert sun. Earlier today, Live Nation and The Noise dropped… Read more »
To celebrate the return of ‘Loki,’ we’ve highlighted a few bands who were once on top of the world but have seemingly become a nostalgic memory, left sitting like sand on the bottom of an hourglass, lost in the depths of our iPod nanos.
L.S. Dunes stopped at Irving Plaza in New York City for a sold-out and seriously sweaty show celebrating their debut album ‘Past Lives’.
Prentiss talks us through his new track “Keys To My Brain”, collaborating with Skrillex and Anthony Green and making his live show feel, “like a kid’s basement”.
As if 2023 wasn’t shaping up to be an exciting, albeit busy, year for Anthony Green. In addition to touring this year alongside L.S. Dunes, The Sound Of Animals Fighting, and Saosin, Green has announced a short run of dates to promote his 2022 solo feat, Boom. Done. The High and Driving Band, who recorded Green’s solo album with him, will join the tour to back him. Read more: KennyHoopla & Travis Barker Join Forces On “SABOTAGE//” Of the announcement, Green shares to social media, “I’m coming to Baltimore, Brooklyn, Hartford, and Lancaster! VIP Upgrade Bundles are available now at… Read more »
Last month, So What?! Music Festival announced its explosive two-day lineup, including Pierce The Veil and The Used headlining on Saturday, June 24, and Sleeping With Sirens, Neck Deep, and Thursday headlining on Sunday, June 25. Now the festival has announced a few new additions to the scheduled performances across the two-day event. What was already promised to be an exciting lineup, So What?! will now include sets from Slaughter To Prevail, The Starting Line, Fit For An Autopsy, Invent Animate, Varials, Through The Eyes Of The Dead, clip, guardin, poptropicaslutz!, Prentiss, Enterprise Earth, NO ZODIAC, Bodybox, 408, greyhaven, and… Read more »
We all know that Ohio is for lovers, but Hawthorne Heights has set out to prove that it’s not just Ohio. After three editions of the festival hitting emo fans hard in 2022, Hawthorne Heights is bringing the “Is For Lovers Festival” to eight cities in 2023. This year’s event will visit Hawaii, Lake Tahoe, NV; Denver, CO; Manteo, NC; Council Bluffs, IA; Cincinnati, OH; Pelham, TN; and Mansfield, MA. Similarly to their 2022 festival stops, the lineups will vary by date and include the likes of Thrice, Silverstein, Thursday, Saosin, and more. Tickets for the events are currently on… Read more »