Vans Warped Tour

Vans Warped Tour Presented by Journey's!

Vans Warped Tour is making a triumphant return to the Bay Area for a special 25th Anniversary 2-day event!⁣ The line-up consists of The All American Rejects, Andrew W.K., Andy Black, & many more awesome artists! Some special attractions that this amazing event will include are: a skate ramp,...
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Vans Warped Tour 2009 at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum

Warped Tour Offers New Merch to Celebrate Every Year of the Tour

Buy a retrospective t-shirt from your favorite year
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Simple Plan plays Warped Tour 2018

Blink-182, A Day To Remember, Good Charlotte Top Warped Tour 25th Anniversary Lineup

Some of the biggest bands in the world got their start on Vans Warped Tour. From alumni like Avenged Sevenfold to Blink-182 , it’s impossible to deny the power a group of rowdy scene kids can harness. After Warped Tour announced they were bringing decades of cross-country pits, dehydration, and...
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Every TIme I Die

The Final Warped Tour: Band Won’t Stop As They Dismantle The Stage

What went down at the final date on The Warped Tour
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Simple Plan

So Long And Thanks For The Stickers: A Glimpse At The Final Warped Tour

Slap some sunscreen on that thigh tattoo, Vans Warped Tour is taking its final lap across the country. Check out our interviews with Reel Big Fish and YUNGBLUD plus a full photo gallery!
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See the Final Vans Warped Tour Lineup

It’s the end of an era. The Vans Warped Tour’s final lineup is here, and you can see it below. THE FINAL VANS WARPED TOUR LINEUP ℹ️ https://t.co/0SrLVv7yyq -- collector ticket on sale now --️ regular tickets on sale March 8th --️ additional special guests TBA #vanswarpedtour #warpedtour #...
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Post-2018 Will Be a World Without the Vans Warped Tour

Prepare: Teen Angst is about to surge. Why, you ask? Because Vans Warped Tour founder Kevin Lyman has announced that 2018 will mark its final, full cross-country run, citing a decline in ticket sales, lack of bands, and a changing festival culture as reasons, Billboard reports.
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