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So What?! Festival Extends Lineup With The Starting Line & 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 »


Freak Out Over Two, New, Crazy Festival Lineups With Us

Two massive festivals have announced their line ups and we aren’t sure how to contain ourselves. So What?! Music Festival is going down in Dallas Texas June 24 and 25th. On Saturday, hang out with Pierce the Veil and The Used and make sure to hang out with the other bands including Forever the Sickest Kids, Breathe Carolina, Scary Kids Scaring Kids, girlfriends, LØLØ, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, and a ton more.  At that point we’re just getting started. On Sunday Sleeping with Sirens, Neck Deep, and Thursday (who will be performing War All the Time). Not to mention this is… Read more »


News Flashes 03.15.22: Simple Plan and Sum 41, The ∄ Community Fund, and Pete Davidson in Space

Today we talk about Simple Plan’s new album and tour with Sum 41, The ∄ Community Fund in Ukraine, and Pete Davidson’s travel plans. Simple Plan and Sum 41 Simple Plan is making our pop-punk dreams come true by releasing a new album, Harder Than It Looks, on May 6th. The band took to their socials to make the announcement this morning and added that you can pre-save the album starting at midnight. Not to mention, there is apparently another surprise in store, also to be revealed later today. The album will be dropping right at the beginning of Simple… Read more »

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