March 27th, 2013
Posts Tagged ‘The Wonder Years’
March 7th, 2013
January 30th, 2013
Along with the three main festival dates of Slam Dunk Festival (Leeds, Hatfield, Wolverhampton), there has now been dates confirmed in Wales, Scotland and Ireland for this year. All three dates will feature select bands from the main festival line-up and be headlined by Four Year Strong. Pierce The Veil will also join on the Welsh and Scottish date. More information on these shows can be found below:
December 5th, 2012
Returning for its 8th consecutive year, Slam Dunk Festival have confirmed its first wave of bands for the line-up that will create 2013’s festivities. The festival weekend will be headlined by Maryland based pop-punkers, All Time Low. The full roster of bands currently composing the line-up are listed below, along with an official poster:
July 22nd, 2012
April 24th, 2012
Date: April 22nd, 2012
Venue: Rock City/Rescue Rooms/Stealth/The Forum, Nottingham
Returning for a second year and bringing in a fifth stage from The Forum just down the road, Hit The Deck Festival had once again brought a stellar line-up to the city of Nottingham to which rock, punk, metal and hardcore fans across the nation travelled far and wide to be a part of. With headliners across the stage consisting of Kids In Glass Houses, Cancer Bats, Rolo Tomassi and Zebrahead, it’s fair to say the Nottingham day festival was successful for a second year running.
February 11th, 2012
Following a sold-out show at Kingston’s The Peel on April 23rd, The Wonder Years have announced a second date at the venue on April 24th where the band will be performing their latest record ‘Suburbia, I’ve Given You All And Now I’m Nothing’ from start to finish. Support for the show comes from Maycomb. Ticket info can be found below:
January 10th, 2012
We all know that the mainstream in the last few years have been dominated by manufactured boy bands, passing themselves off as more than mere pop bands by their ability to play instruments, and in some cases not even then. We all know who I’m talking about. They took pop-punk and soiled its good name, and warped it beyond recognition. However, something seems to have kicked in in 2011, are we growing tired of this mainstream bullshit fad? Probably not, but growing in the underground is a movement that is growing stronger and stronger by the day and is even starting to make its push for broader horizons.
December 23rd, 2011
After a successful first year last April, Hit The Deck Festival is set to return once again next year and the first bands have now been confirmed, which includes Kids In Glass Houses, Deaf Havana, We Are The In Crowd, The Wonder Years and more.
All currently confirmed bands and other additional information can be found on the festival’s flyer below:
December 5th, 2011
Date: November 30th, 2011
Venue: Academy 2, Manchester
Support: Saves The Day, The Wonder Years
It has been five long years since Yellowcard did a headline tour of the UK. They toured here last year when they inexplicably supported All Time Low. When I was 14, I was playing away on SSX3 which is when I discovered Yellowcard‘s ‘Way Away’, and I have been in love with the band ever since. So, you can imagine how much this gig means to me.