February 1, 2002 14:31

THE WARPED FACTOR

The skate-punk veterans are the main attractions on this year's jaunt...

THE WARPED FACTOR
US skate-punk veterans NOFX and Bad Religion are set to be the big name draws on the annual WARPED tour of the US this summer.

The shows are due to kick off in Boise, Idaho on June 21 and will see acts including Mighty Mighty Bosstones, New Found Glory, Lagwagon, Good Charlotte, Floggin Molly, Ozma and rising stars Alkaline Trio also play. The tour is scheduled to finish at the Pontiac Silverdome in Pontiac, Michigan on August 18, MTV reports.

This will be the eighth annual Warped tour and will see an increase in the number of stages from the previous high of five. Further details will be released in the coming weeks.

Read More On This Artist

NOFX Merchandise
More News
Iggy Azalea files lawsuit against ex-boyfriend for releasing early masters
September 17 officially declared 'Foo Fighters Day' in Richmond, Virginia
Metallica to release box set of all 2014 live performances
Kendrick Lamar preparing to release new single 'i'
Björk declares support for Scottish 'Yes' vote
Ringo Starr on the future of rock music: 'Bands will always come through'
Creation of Joy Division Twitter account irks former bassist Peter Hook
Honeyblood drummer Shona McVicar leaves group
Midweek chart update: The Script on course for third Number One album
Mogwai's Stuart Braithwaite goes on campaign trail for Scottish 'Yes' vote
Wild Beasts announce special edition release of 'Present Tense' with Foals remix –...
La Roux says she is 'not happy' with record label Polydor over new album promotion
Interpol reveal Paul Banks-directed video for 'Twice As Hard'
Win a chance see Chic featuring Nile Rodgers and write for NME
Rihanna says 'Fuck you' to CBS over use of 'Run This Town' following NFL...
Cat Stevens to tour for first time since 1976
Run The Jewels fans set up Kickstarter campaign to get new album remixed by cats
Paul McCartney to release expanded edition of 'New' including unreleased tracks
September 23 declared David Bowie Day in Chicago
Kasabian's Tom Meighan: 'I'll be buying the new Aphex Twin album the second it...
Royal Blood's Ben Thatcher denounces 'rock 'n' roll' behaviour:...
Serge says next Kasabian album will be heavy and 'bombastic'

More News

Comments

Please login to add your comment.

Featured Videos
Latest Tickets - Booking Now
 
Know Your NME
 

 
NME Store & Framed Prints
Most Read News
Popular This Week
Inside NME.COM
On NME.COM Today