Here are some of the first bands to be officially announced for Warped Tour 2010: Every Time I Die, Bring Me The Horizon, Parkway Drive, Motion City Soundtrack, Pierce The Veil, Dillinger Escape Plan, Haste the Day, Reel Big Fish, Casualties, Andrew WK, Set Your Goal, All American Rejects, You Me And Six, White Chapel, We The Kings, Hey Monday, Never Shout Never. The full list is in the replies.
Forever the Sickest Kids want you to watch their new video they made and are giving away 2 tickets to Sunday’s final Warped Tour date in Los Angeles, CA away to the first person to respond to this post who wants them.
It was a blast, but my time on Warped Tour 2009 has ended. I've posted a final wrap-up of my whole experience and some choice thoughts and "research findings" on a few bands you might love to hate. Although I'm not on the road anymore, we still have more tour coverage on the way.
Barely Blind is a long way from home. I found these Texans at the Cleveland, OH date of Warped Tour, working their magic for the youngins waiting anxiously for the doors to open. You can stream a song from their EP, My Life With A Giant, here. Moreover, general Warped updates are waiting to be read here.
After I've had my cup of coffee, I head to the morning lines at Warped Tour and find a band pimping their music to the eager queues. Our second Walk The Line featured band is More Like The Movies - read more about the band and stream a song here. For more of my Warped updates, check 'em here.
In addition to my regular Warped Tour updates, I'll be featuring a handful of bands working the line. You know the ones: eager to please with iPod and headphones in hand and CD's to sell in the backpack. Our first featured band is Sparks Will Fly. You can read more about their Warped experience and stream a song from their album, The Soundtrack, here.