Discussion in 'Tour Forum' started by bruinrk, Jul 19, 2018.
I wonder if it's going to be all general admission or split up in price levels
I definitely don’t think it’ll be the typical Warped setup. I mean, it’ll look like one (inflatable schedule, skate ramps, etc.), but not the usual thing
I imagine two main stages and a side stage or two. Bigger bands, with the bigger bands playing later in the day. Longer set times too
I would think California, Seattle, Cleveland, Florida and Boston but if people are talking about Maryland accidentally posting something than maybe Maryland instead of Boston
I’m thinking two main. One monster maybe two. And one small stage.
Hopefully a lineup like this.
Main Stage 1:
Taking Back Sunday.
New Found Glory.
The Story So Far.
Pierce The Veil.
Main Stage 2:
All Time Low.
Dance Gavin Dance.
Less Then Jake.
Sleeping With Sirens.
A Day To Remember.
Monster (if they have two):
The Plot In You.
Memphis May Fire.
We Came As Romans.
Fit For A King.
The Devil Wears Prada.
Like Moths To Flames.
Of Mice & Men.
Eat Your Heart Out.
I The Mighty.
Cleveland date is because of Rock N Roll Hall of Fame. Something with Warped is happening with it.
Kevin mentioned a couple months ago that Atlantic City would be getting something.
Add Bad Religion and I’m sold
I could see The Fever 333 or Being As An Ocean
I’m stoked that Cleveland is going to be one of the few cities to get one. I am kind of surprised but if it has something to do in conjunction with the Rock Hall, that makes sense. I am defiantly excited to see what the line-up is and all of the details. I’m going to guess that’ll be at Blossom Music Center per-usual. Especially since they are potentially going to need a big venue for it. Either way, it should be fun.
As for bands, I doubt TBS plays the Cleveland show.
You can’t not put Every Time I Die I’m there. They ended warped for Christ sake
Since it didn't work out this year, I could see Blink playing one of the west coast dates to make up for it
Well this is happening in Ohio literally the weekend before that Cleveland date so I think it's safe to say we can count these bands out:
I’m not sure why, but I get the feeling the lineup for each city will be slightly different. I imagine some of these bands do the West Coast one
Yeah agreed. If there's a FL one I'd be shocked if LTJ isn't on it.
Do we think the Coastal dates will be 3 different cities or a 3 day festival in one city?
As much as I love Merriweather, it’s on the smaller side of venues and I don’t think it’s suited to be one of the few east coast venues. There's been a lot of development in the areas around it and one of the main stages was very crowded this year. I do love the trees and shade though lol.
I'd be shocked if we don't see some of those bands on the Cleveland date simply because they'll already be in Ohio and that Thornville is 4 hours away from Cleveland. A 25th anniversary Warped date without some combination of Rancid/Pennywise/NOFX/Bad Religion/Less Than Jake/Strung Out seems highly unlikely.
Have a really hard time not imagining LTJ or ETID on some if not all of these dates - pretty sure they’ve got the most Warped dates between them.
I suspect Silverstein will be on there too...
I would call Less Than Jake, Pennywise, Every Time I Die, Reel Big Fish, Senses Fail, and Silverstein each a lock. In that order.
Bad Religion and the Bouncing Souls too. Though I think a lot of that depends on who else gets booked to round out the undercard.
We the kings, Hawthorne heights, mayday parade, and the Maine seem likely too
Could it be that the coast dates he listed are actually 2-day festivals, and Cleveland is a smaller "kickoff" version?
That was my assumption, yeah. I think Cleveland is just a one-day thing and the others are two days.
I bet a lot of bands that played the Warped Rewind cruise will play this festival
The Starting Line would be cool
Cartel would be cooler.