The VANS WARPED TOUR returns to the LOS ANGELES area for three shows ONLY in JUNE:

Thursday,      June 22           Irvine, CA                   Orange County Great Park

Friday,            June 23           Pomona, CA              Pomona Fairplex

Saturday,       June 24           Ventura, CA               Ventura County Fair

The VANS WARPED TOUR is well established as America’s premier music and lifestyle festival of the summer, breaking up-and-coming indie talent as well as both creating and showcasing major established artists since 1995.  The nationally-renowned festival is the most eclectic traveling tour and features a diverse array of artists–with hotly tipped acts in every genre from punk, metal and indie to rock, hip-hop, rap, electronic, reggae and pop; as well as a variety of lifestyle attractions for its traditionally low ticket price. The tour has cemented its place in history by bringing punk rock/skate/action sports culture from the underground to the forefront of global youth culture, while at the same time helping those in need and being the first tour to consistently use groundbreaking environmental concepts every year on the road. The Warped Eco Initiatives (WEI) range from biodiesel fuel for touring trucks and buses, to environmentally friendly catering for the artists and crew courtesy of Tada! Catering. There’s even a solar-powered sound system on the Kevin Says Stage and www.vanswarpedtour.com showcases public transportation options for every tour date and carpool social media apps as well as exotic eco travel contests. For more information on the tour that Alternative Press readers voted the “Best Tour/Festival” of 2009/2010 and Rolling Stone called “America’s most successful festival” (2005) go to: www.vanswarpedtour.com.

VANS WARPED TOUR MSO Press release:

http://www.msopr.com/press-releases/vans-warped-tour-pre-sale-begins-today-march-30-full-2012-tour-line-up-revealed

www.vanswarpedtour.com

http://twitter.com/vanswarpedtour

Check out the full list of VANS WARPED TOUR dates here:

http://vanswarpedtour.com/dates

IRVINE, CA

Orange County Great Park

6990 Marine Way

Irvine, CA 92618

Doors: 11:30 AM

Ticket Information

GA Ticket $35.00 $5.92 Includes $0.25 charity fee.

Includes $0.25 charity fee.

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