Neck Deep have made the trek from across the pond once again to spend a few months on this year’s Vans Warped Tour. The Wrexham, UK natives are spending the tour tearing up the Journey’s stage all summer long while promoting their new album The Peace and The Panic, due to be released on August 18th. Photos from their set at the Hartford, CT show can be found below.
Be still my 14-year-old-self’s heart. Silverstein took Warped Tour back to the good old days as they tore apart the Mutant South stage all summer long on this year’s Vans Warped Tour. Their set struck a nearly perfect balance between old favorites and newer material, and the band was just as energetic and rowdy as ever. Check out some photos from their must-see set below.
The British pop-punkers in Boston Manor made the trek over to the United States to travel the country playing the Full Sail University stage on this year’s Vans Warped Tour. Not only is every single member wildly entertaining to watch perform, but they are certainly in the running for some of the most iconic facial expressions I captured at the Hartford show. Check out photos from this unforgettable show below, and be on the lookout for big things coming from these guys in the future.
Warped Tour was noticeably more political this summer than the last few years I’ve attended, but one band stood out in particular. Anti-Flag are taking Warped Tour by storm this summer and are as radically political as ever. As Justin Sane preached anti-racism, sexism, transphobia, and xenophobia, Chris Barker sported a “Smash The Alt-Right” tank-top. The crowd even got to watch Pat Thetic dive into the crowd to kick out a skinhead himself. Check out photos from their set in Hartford, CT below.