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Cassadee Pope Joins Yellowcard Again For “Only One” Performance

Yellowcard Cassadee Pope WWWY 2023
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While not officially on the When We Were Young Fest 2023 bill, Cassadee Pope is popping up left, right, and center for special guest performances at the festival.

Yesterday afternoon, during Yellowcard’s performance, they were joined by Pierce The Veil’s Vic Fuentes for the live collaborative debut of their single “Three Minutes More.” Following their performance with Fuentes, Cassadee Pope jumped on stage for a heartwrenching, beautiful collaborative rendition of the band’s 2003 hit “Only One.” 

Now, as we’ve entered into the second date of the festival, Pope was caught on stage performing “Are You Happy Now?” alongside Michelle Branch on the Stripe Stage, which was a gorgeous fusion of leading lady energy as the two were harmoniously in sync. Following her performance with Branch, Pope joined Yellowcard yet again to perform “Only One.”

If you weren’t able to catch either of Pope’s performances today at When We Were Young Fest, you can check out both below!

More on Yellowcard

Yellowcard made their return to the limelight last year. Following a five-year hiatus, they played Chicago’s Riot Fest before announcing a full tour of the U.S. The tour, which took place this summer, was a means of celebrating 20 years of their seminal album Ocean Avenue. A record that still feels as vibrant, sun-stained, and thrilling all these years later, it allows Yellowcard to celebrate the past as well as look to the future.

That future materialized in the form of Childhood Eyes. A five-track EP that embodies the beauty and buoyancy that made the band such a household name, it’s the sort of treat that nobody could have seen coming. It also features a guest appearance from Pierce The Veil’s Vic Fuentes

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