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Riot Fest update: Danzig playing ‘Danzig III,’ Wu-Tang playing ’36 Chambers’

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Yesterday, Riot Fest announced its day-by-day lineups, added Danzig to the lineup, and revealed that the final two full-album sets would be announced…

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Danzig added to Riot Fest 2017 ++ daily lineups announced

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The 2017 edition of Riot Fest happens September 15 – 17 in Chicago.

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Riot Fest 2017 adds Cap’n Jazz, At the Drive In, Cockney Rejects, Best Coast, more

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The new additions join the first Jawbreaker show in 21 years, Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age, New Order, Paramore, Prophets of Rage, Wu-Tang Clan, and more.

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Roskilde Festival lineup + Arcade Fire European tour dates

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The lineup for Danish music festival Roskilde Festival has been released, and features a lot of the big names to be seen at other festivals this summer. The main headliners are Foo Fighters, A Tribe Called Quest, Arcade Fire, Justice, Moderat/Modeselektor, Solange, Trentemoller, The Weeknd, and The XX

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Summerfest 2017 lineup (Future, Bob Dylan, Shins, DFA1979, Tegan & Sara, more)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The Milwaukee festival also includes Red Hot Chili Peppers, Willie Nelson, P!nk, Michelle Branch, The Moody Blues, Car Seat Headrest, Third Eye Blind, Big Thief, and so much more.

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Travis Scott Debuts at No. 1 and Apple Notches Another Win

Source: New York Times » Music

Also on the chart, A Day to Remember opens at No. 2 with “Bad Vibrations,” Drake’s “Views” is No. 3, and the soundtrack to “Suicide Squad” is No. 4.

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Blink-182 is back and “Feeling This” at BB&T Pavilion

Source: The Key (WXPN)

Blink-182 is back and “Feeling This” at BB&T Pavilion

Blink-182 | Photo by Breanna Keohane

As if the Philadelphia area couldn’t get enough of the heat, Blink-182 brought some fire to the stage Friday night for a sold out show at BB&T Pavilion. Opening act All Time Low and A Day to Remember joined Blink on the bill to round out a killer pop-punk lineup.

A Day to Remember kicked off their set with their well-known “Downfall of Us All” from their 2009 album Homesick. The song’s familiar opening got the crowd riled up and ready for a high-energy set packed with songs from each of their older albums, ...

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Best Weekend Ever: Blink-182, Hollystock, Shawn Mendes!

Source: Rock On Philly

Summer is passing by fast and some of the best artists have come to Philly. This weekend is no different and we have many musical options for you depending on what you’re feeling.

Best Weekend Ever: Blink-182, Hollystock, Shawn Mendes!

Photo by Stephanie DeFeo

Friday 8/12:

Blink-182, A Day To Remember, and All Time Low are at BB&T Pavilion. Blink-182’s performance in Bethlehem in June was a great time and with two other great bands, it’s an awesome bang for your buck. Get there early and don’t miss the local band who will be opening the show! Get tickets here.

90’s alternative band O.A.R. ...

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tix on sale: Drake & Future, X, Guns N’ Roses, Todd Terje, Pinegrove, blink-182, The Kills, more

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Tons of NYC shows going on sale this morning.

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Rise Against Sweeps Festival Pier Off Its Feet a Second Time with Killswitch Engage and letlive.

Source: Rock On Philly

Photography by Taylor Cancannon

A lot can change in six years, but walking into Festival Pier to see Rise Against was like stepping back in time to their July 2009 show. The venue was still coated in a bottomless pit of sand. The audience was once again specked with enough Rise Against tour shirts to encompass their full career. But, most surprising and nearly unbelievable, was that the show was just as remarkable as it was six years ago.

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Rise Against shows tend to open with heart-racing, fist-pumping, aggressive opening acts, and letlive. was no exception. Letlive. hypnotized the crowd ...

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Jarrod Alonge Shows “The Scene” No Mercy in Debut Comedy Album

Source: Rock On Philly

It was only a year ago that Jarrod Alonge became a YouTube sensation with his hilarious yet surprisingly accurate “Every Pop Punk Vocalist” video. Since then, he has been recruited by Fearless Records to create a skit to cleverly announce Pop Goes Punk Volume 6’s track listing as well as named Vans Warped Tour’s 2015 Pit Reporter. After much anticipation, Jarrod is back again with a comedy album Beating A Dead Horse that attacks every crevice of “the scene” within an hour.

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Without paying close attention, the tracks sound like stereotypical tracks of their respective genres, with the final ...

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A Day To Remember @ The Troc.

Source: Jump Philly

Text and images by Gabi Chepurny. The Trocadero literally shook under the weight of the intensity that Florida native, A Day To Remember, brought with them Monday night. New Jersey’s Chasing Safety opened the night with it’s own brand of hardcore, complete with ripped jeans and stage antics there we were sure would cause injury […]

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