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Vans Warped Tour Venues Announced

02:20 PM Wednesday 3/25/09 | |

Venues for this year’s Vans Warped Tour have been announced as the fest celebrates its 15th year from coast to coast.

The tour kicks off at the Pomona Fairplex in Pomona, Calif. on June 26, and make stops in 46 cities across the U.S. and Canada before it wraps up back on the West coast with a show at Depot Center in Los Angeles.

Additional dates include stops at Pier 30/32 in San Francisco (June 27), NMSU Practice Field in Las Cruces, N.M. (July 1), Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in Indianapolis (July 7), Arrow Hall in Toronto (July 10) and Merriweather Post Pavilion in Washington, D.C. (July 14).

  • Flogging Molly

    House of Blues, New Orleans, La.
    March 1, 2009

    (Robert Fischer / Sol-A-Koa.com)


Along for the fun will be a multitude of punk, emo and metal bands including Bad Religion, Chiodos, Flogging Molly, Alexisonfire, Less Than Jake, Meg & Dia, NOFX, Scary Kids Scaring Kids, Silverstein, Streetlight Manifesto, The A.K.A.s, The Ataris, The Devil Wears Prada, Thrice and Underoath.

There’s everyone from the Black Tide and Forever the Sickest Kids to old school favorites like Fishbone and Anti-Flag.

This year the fest will downsize from two main stages to one stage in addition to the side stages.

  • Fishbone

    The Soapbox, Wilmington, N.C.
    December 4, 2008

    (Jason Moore)


“Many of these bands have been around for a long time and have many songs to choose from, so this year instead of limiting them to five or six songs, they will have 40 minutes to play all your favorite songs from the past and a couple of new ones,” Warped Tour founder Kevin Lyman said of the bands on the main stage.

Presale tickets go on sale April 1 on the fest’s Web site for approximately $25. The presale price includes the concert ticket, a 25-cent donation to the Camp Hollywood Heart charity and all service fees, as well as a copy of the Vans Warped Tour 2009 compilation CD, SideOneDummy. Seriously, such a bargain! 

Lucky fans that snatch up the limited number of presale tickets in each market will also have the chance to win exclusive prizes like tickets to a Vans Warped Tour 15th Anniversary special event in Los Angeles this September.

The regular onsale date is April 18.

Click here to check out the Warped Tour Web site, as well as a complete list of artists.

Click here for the full list of tour stops.


  1. astan51 wrote:

    12:18 PM, Mar 27, 2009

    I love the warped tour. It still brings in new acts for people to be introduced to. not many tours or festivals out there that cost less than $40 to see more than 50 bands.

    My biggest problem is how Miami date is being held at the Cruzan amphitheatre that is not in Miami. LOL, now I have to find a way to trick my friends into believing that I was so dumb (they know im far from it) to book the room in Miami instead of West Palm Beach, FL.

  2. savemyfish wrote:

    05:14 AM, Mar 27, 2009

    Those mainstream artists were what sold tickets.  Regardless if you like Katy Perry or not, there were plenty of people who came to see her.  While they were there, some of them might have found some other bands playing on the tour that they liked too.  I've been going since '95.  Not planning on going this year.  I also don't like the transition to sheds. Warped was about standing in a sweltering parking lot all day with the 2 main stages side by side and the other stages strewn around throughout.

  3. Anonymous wrote:

    04:58 PM, Mar 25, 2009

    Beginning of the end? Where were you when they put Katy Perry on the bill? Warped Tour's been over, sorry to say! But I go every year, I can't deny Kevin Lyman my love.

  4. savemyfish wrote:

    03:50 PM, Mar 25, 2009

    Main stage?  40 minutes?  This is the beginning of the end for the warped tour.