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Warped Tour Announces Kick Off Party Line Up

Warped Tour has announced the bands that will be playing at their annual kick off party. The show will be held on April 1st in Los Angeles. The bands playing are Issues, Bad Rabbits, Secrets, This Wild Life, and three unannounced special guests. Warped Tour is the largest traveling music festival in the world. Every summer thousands of music lovers attend outdoor shows and have the opportunity to see some pretty amazing bands. The tour was created by Kevin Lyman in 1995. Since then the tour has not only toured in…

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PHOTOS OF THE WEEK #16

Hello music lovers! It may only be January but festival lineups are already being announced. This week we brought you news that Coachella revealed their lineup  but new news is telling us that OutKast will headline Governors Ball in New York and Fall Out Boy & Paramore will headline the Bunbury Music Festival in Ohio. Which of these three festivals are you dying to attend? Let us know in the comments! Moving on – Here’s a clue about this weeks photos: more than one of your favorite band members have…

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NEW TEES: “Keep Calm And Let The Music Take Over”

Hey, music lovers! We have some brand new tees just in that we think you’re gonna love! Check out the design below and order yours right here. But you have to be quick! Shirt sales will close on September 17.   Please follow and like us:

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TOUR DIARY #1: Quincy Mumford & The Reason Why

Quincy Mumford & The Reason Why are currently out on tour supporting their new album, Its Only Change, and were kind enough to share their experiences from the road with us! Check out their tour diary after the jump. You can purchase a CD of Its Only Change or buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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REVIEW: Boston Calling May 25, 2013

Boston Calling. The city’s first major music festival of its kind, boasting major talent from fun to The National, Of Monsters & Men, Matt & Kim, Marina and the Diamonds and many more—including Boston’s own Bad Rabbits. After months of anticipation we’re finally here, the line to get into the festival wraps around City Hall Plaza, proving that although a rainy forecast is less than ideal, and we’re seeing more ponchos than sunscreen, this is Boston, and we love music… and have umbrellas. Please follow and like us:

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