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Bamboozle Is Cancelled One Week Out From Its Return

Just one week out from the glorious return of Bamboozle Festival after a 10-year hiatus, the festival has announced its decision to cancel the May 5-7 event. This year’s 2023 fest would mark Bamboozle Festival’s 20th anniversary and had scheduled performances from some of the largest names across an array of genres. Today the festival deleted their twitter account, along with all posts on their Instagram. In regards to the cancellation, they quickly uploaded a statement to instagram. Read it below: “After extensive discussions, we have made the heartbreaking decision to cancel Bamboozle 2023. An incredible amount of time, dedication,… Read more »


Here’s What Day You Can Catch Boys Like Girls, DE’WAYNE, Saosin, and More at Bamboozle

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 »


60 Bands Added To The 2012 Bamboozle Line-Up

This morning  Bamboozle  added 60 Bands  to the Fest which celebrates it’s 10th Anniversary this year and takes place May 18th to 20th in Ashbury Park, NJ. All the bands announced thus far are listed below with the day they are playing. Of note, Incubus/Mac Miller/Skrillex  Headline Day 1,  Foo Fighters/Blink 182  on Day 2, and  Bon Jovi  Day 3 along with  a special TBA co-headliner. Some bands of note include  Jimmy Eat World, The Promise Ring(Reunion), The Maine, The Recieving End Of Sirens (Reunion), Motion City Soundtrack, and even  DJ Pauly D from Jersey Shore! Don’t fret if there… Read more »

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