Lostprophets and Bring Me The Horizon are to headline the UK leg of the legendary music festival, coming to Alexandra Palace on 10th November. Also playing are 3OH!3, A Loss For Words, A Skylit Drive, Architects, AWOLNATION, Blood On The Dance Floor, Bowling For Soup, Breathe Carolina, Bury Tomorrow, Crossfaith, Dead Sara, Family Force 5, Less Than Jake, Man Overboard, Me Vs Hero, Middle Finger Salute, New Found Glory, The Acacia Strain, The Story So Far and Yashin. More bands will be announced over four stages and the festival will play host to a skate show and a huge merch market. All of the fun of the US Warped, under one roof to keep you warm and dry! Tickets are on sale now from this link.
Fresh from Download and already keen to be back Bowling For Soup have announced a slew of UK tour dates for this October:
16.10 – Birmingham, Academy
17.10 – Norwich, UEA
18.10 – Southampton, Guildhall
19.10 – Bournemouth, Academy
20.10 – Cardiff, University
21.10 – Sheffield, Academy
22.10 – Oxford, Academy
23.10 – Stoke On Trent, Victoria Hall
24.10 – Lincoln, Engine Shed
25.10 – Glasgow, ABC
26.10 – Newcastle, Academy
27.10 – Manchester, Academy
28.10 – London, HMV Forum
Support will come from Orange and Suburban Legends.
For a band famed for their boundless energy and enthused live performances, An Acoustic Evening with Jaret & Erik is quite a stripped-down affair for Bowling For Soup. With a stage set consisting of living-room furniture and support from equally unplugged acts (two of which featured Jaret and Erik themselves), this feels more like a night with friends passing around a guitar than a show…Read More.
There have been A LOT of exciting shows all around the country recently, which means that there’s lots of new content for you the check out.
First off Fran, one of the newest members of our team, headed out to interview all of Forever The Sickest Kids. It’s a brilliant read, so be sure peek here.
Bowling For Soup were in town recently, to naturally there’s photos, a review AND an interview with Erik for you!
Lucy & Shiona headed up north to Inverness to check out My Passion, so check out the review from that. There are also full photo galleries of both My Passion and support act Summerlin for you to feat your eyes upon.
Finally, we also have online a review of Smashing Pumpkins and City Riots in Adelaide, as well as a review and photos of Travie McCoy & Bruno Mars‘ sold out show in Glasgow.