The Vans Warped Tour is a touring music and extreme sports festival, held in venues such as fields or parking lots. Vans has sponsored the tour every year since 1995 and started out as a showcase for punk rock music, but currently has a more diverse line-up. The tour has featured music from skate punk, third wave ska, post-hardcore, pop punk, metalcore and also hardcore and street punk.
Not only does this tour have music, but it also has many attractions such as a half pipe for skaters and bikers. They have tents to sell band merchandise, magazine publishers, independent record labels, non-profit organizations and sponsors. Some bands will go back to the tents to greet fans and sign autographs.
While Vans Warped Tour announced its final cross-country run in 2018, the festival will be returning to three select cities this year for shows in honor of its 25th anniversary. This morning, the lineup was announce for The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame show in Cleveland on June... Read more
Minor and Major League Baseball teams will take over tomorrow’s tickets on sale ahead of the 2019 season. The Baltimore Orioles are releasing home game tickets at Oriole Park at Camden Yards, and minor league teams New Orleans Baby Cakes and Albuquerque Isotopes are dropping tickets to their respective... Read more
The annual traveling rock music festival Vans Warped Tour may have called it quits on the yearly edition of the fest, but in honor of their 25th anniversary, the tour will play at select cities this summer. Founder Kevin Lyman revealed late last year that a handful of pop-up shows... Read more
The traveling rock music festival, Vans Warped Tour, celebrated its final cross-country tour in 2018, but founder Kevin Lyman announced that the festival isn’t quite done yet. Next year will be Vans Warped Tour’s 25th anniversary, and although it will not embark on a full tour, select shows will... Read more
Kenny Chesney, Dierks Bentley, Brothers Osborne and Brandon Lay took the No. 1 spot on yesterday’s best-selling events list for a show next month, according to sales data from Ticket Club. Journey & Def Leppard, Fleetwood Mac, and Luke Bryan with Sam Hunt and Jon Pardi followed, due to... Read more
I stroll up to the amphitheater doors and show my photo pass as my friends trail behind, but before we can take a step inside the venue, we’re blocked by security guards. “You can’t go through this way,” the guards spat at us, and we look around in confusion.... Read more
Alternative-rock band Set It Off announced that they will be hitting the road this summer for a tour across North America. Last week, the group tweeted that they “can’t wait to get back on the road again.” After playing three shows on the final cross-country Vans Warped Tour in... Read more
Summer is almost here, which means that it’s time to bask in the sun, adventure, forget about responsibilities (just a little bit), and most of all, prepare for the best part of the year: music festival season. This year’s list of festivals will not disappoint; some of the top... Read more
The Sydney-based pop-punk band Tonight Alive is hitting the road this May in support of their latest record, Underworld, and opening acts were just revealed. Before Jenna McDougall and her bandmates take the stage, the Melbourne pop-punk band Between You & Me and AViVa, a solo artist from Sydney,... Read more
Thursday’s batch of concert tickets on sale certainly run the gamut of genres. From rock (John Fogerty & ZZ Top, Robert Plant, and Avenged Sevenfold) to country (Dierks Bentley, Keith Urban, and Luke Bryan) and even pop (Pentatonix), ticket buyers are knee-deep in concert choices. Dominating the pack, however,... Read more