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Lagwagon to perform “Let’s Talk About Feelings” at Fest 17

As part of this year’s Fest lineup, Lagwagon will pay tribute to the 20th anniversary of their 1998 record “Let’s Talk About Feelings” by performing it in its entirety. You can listen to the record, as well as purchase tickets to Fest 17 or Prefest 6, below.

Thus far, Lagwagon and an array of other bands such as Dead To Me, Red City Radio, and Iron Chic have been announced as headliners, with the second wave of band announcements coming June 11.



first round of bands announced for Fest 17 and Pre-Fest 6

The first round of bands have been announced for Fest 17 and Pre-Fest 6 and for yet another year, Fest will not disappoint. The three day punk festival, now in its 17th year, takes place in over 20 venues in and around Gainesville, FL.

Lagwagon is set as a headliner and will perform “Let’s Talk About Feelings” in its entirety in honor of its 20th anniversary. Cursive, a band it took many years to get to perform at Fest, is set to perform at both Pre-Fest in Ybor and Fest. Other headliners include Piebald, Iron Chic, Dead To Me, Tim Barry, and RVIVR among many, many others.

As for breakups, Fest is set to be the final sendoff of Ontario, CAN natives Crusades. In existence since 2009, the band plans to party two last times in Gainesville, with two shows slotted in two smaller venues.

This years lineup also includes the reunion of California’s Audio Karate who are taking the stage for the first time since 2007.

You can check out the full lineup to both Pre-fest and Fest below, along with several other details.

The next wave of bands are set to be announced June 11.



Rockfest announces lineup for thirteenth edition

Canada pull out the canned beers and get ready to eat poutine three times a day. Rockfest has announced the lineup for this the thirteenth edition of the festival and it’s pretty stout. Highlighting this years lineup: Rancid, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Weezer, Lagwagon, Streetlight Manifesto and so many more it’d be an exercise in futility to list them all. If your unfamiliar with Rockfest go, now, order tickets. Two-hundred thousand punks and metal heads descend on the small picturesque town of Montebello, Québec. If you’re a fan of punk, ska or just music in general Rockfest offers an amazing experience.

For more information on the festival check out the Rockfest website here.



Lagwagon Announce Summer European Tour Dates

Legendary California punk band Lagwagon have announced a load of tour dates throughout Europe this summer. They’ll start in the UK at Blackpool’s Rebellion Festival and hit various cities throughout the continent. Notable stops include Slovenia’s Punk Rock Holiday and Italy’s Bay Fest. You can check out the full list of dates below.

Lagwagon’s latest release was their 2014 effort Hang.



Full Lineup Announced for Punk Rock Bowling 20 Club Shows (Tickets On Sale Tomorrow)

Hey! So it’s Friday afternoon, and if you live in the Northeast, hopefully you’re not underwater or without power. Regardless of where you live, hopefully you check this post out. That’s because the full lineup of Punk Rock Bowling club shows has been announced, and not only is the whole roster awesome, but tickets go on sale tomorrow!

There are a total of 17 shows spread across a variety of venues over the four day festival. There are almost too many awesome acts to mention without leaving anybody out, but featured performers include Lagwagon, Joey Cape (solo), Tim Barry, Laura Jane Grace, Darius Koski, Fishbone, 7 Seconds, The Aggrolites, Hot Water Music, Strike Anywhere, Agnostic Front, Dillinger Four, and so many more. Advance tickets go on sale tomorrow (Saturday, March 3rd) at Noon Pacific (3pm Eastern), and general public tickets go on sale at 4pm Pacific (7pm Eastern). Click here for all your ticket info!



Joey Cape (Lagwagon) release live video from 350 Brewing Company

Joey Cape, frontmant of Lagwagon, now has a video out of his live performance at the 350 Brewing Company.

His last news included that he and Brian Wahlstrom will be playing a few shows across the Canadian providence of Alberta in March. The three-date run will see the Scorpios bandmates supported by Seth Anderson and Ben Sir.

Check out the video below!



A Vulture Wake (Good Riddance, Lagwagon, etc.) stream new song “Running Back Home”

Punk supergroup A Vulture Wake are streaming another song off their highly-anticipated debut album The Appropriate Level of Outrage. The track’s called “Running Back Home”, and you can check it out below.

For those who aren’t in the loop, A Vulture Wake features Chad Price of ALL and Drag The RiverLagwagon/RKL bassist Joe Raposo, Good Riddance drummer Sean Sellers, and former Authority Zero guitarist Brandon D. Landelius.

The Appropriate Level of Outrage releases on January 31st through Bird Attack Records. The album can be pre-ordered here.



Rebellion Fest 2018 line up announced

Folks in the UK have a pretty rad fest to look forward. Next year’s Rebellion Fest in Blackpool has The Exploited, Lagwagon, and Cockney Rejects headlining. Other highlights include Bad Cop/Bad Cop, Svetlanas, The Queers, UK Subs, and the Adolescents.

Check out the full line up (it’s massive!) at Rebellion’s website.



Lagwagon doing…things?

Punk rock legends Lagwagon have fans puzzled and excited all at once. The band posted a mysterious photo on their Instagram. Shortly after the mysterious message the band announced they will be joining Flogging Molly’s “Salty Dog Cruise”. Was that the big news or is it possibly a new album? A Tour? Who knows, but if the boys from Lagwagon say 2018’s going to be “Bananas” best bet something awesome is in the works.



Lagwagon hinting at plans for 2018

California punk veterans Lagwagon just posted a picture of the band members playing with their phones, with bananas on the ground, on their Facebook page. The caption reads, “Coming 2018!!! Lagwagon shit’s bananas”. This indicates that the band is either planning to release a new album or go on tour next year. We’ll keep you posted as more details come to light.

Lagwagon’s latest album Hang was released in October of 2014 through Fat Wreck Chords.



Flogging Molly announce 2018 Salty Dog Cruise

Celtic punks Flogging Molly have announced the lineup for next year’s Salty Dog Cruise, which will be sailing from April 20th to 23rd, 2018 on the Norwegian Sky to Key West and the Bahamas. Joining Flogging Molly are The Offspring, The Buzzcocks, The Vandals, Lagwagon, The Adolescents, Mad Caddies, Punk Rock Karaoke, Beans on Toast and more.

Tickets are on sale now, with more information available here.

Flogging Molly last released Life Is Good, their first album in six years, last June on Vanguard Records.



DS Photo Gallery & Show Review: Musink Fest 2017 – Day 1 (Costa Mesa CA, 3/17)

Warren Fitzgerald of The Vandals

While Musink Fest may not be mentioned among the top tier festivals, the three day SoCal punk rock fest and tattoo convention (and car show!) which is the brainchild of Blink 182‘s Travis Barker, has been gaining in popularity lately with that band lineups getting better and better every Spring. This year, the festival celebrated it’s 10th anniversary with what was arguably the best overall lineup in it’s history. So good in fact, that we called in our best coyote to smuggle AnarchoPunk across the southern border into Orange County just to cover it. Check out his review and photo gallery of Day One acts NOFX, The Vandals, Lagwagon and A Wilhelm Scream below!



Lagwagon, The Flatliners, Bad Cop/Bad Cop and more among first wave of Pouzza Fest bands

The first batch of bands has been announced for the 2017 installment of Montreal’s Pouzza Fest, and it’s already a pretty great one. Leading the charge none other than Montreal’s adopted son Joey Cape and his pals in the almighty Lagwagon! Also announced are heavy hitters like The Flatliners, Bad Cop/Bad Cop, Mustard Plug (performing “Evildoers Beware”), The Slackers (performing “Redlight”), Red City Radio, and more.

Pouzza Fest takes place May 19-21 in various Montreal venues. Check out the full rundown here.



Riot Fest Denver announces 2016 After Shows

Riot Fest organizers have announced the official After Shows for the festival’s 2016 stop in Denver, Colorado. A few bands playing these shows include Lagwagon, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, The Lillingtons, The Aquabats, and Major Threat (a Minor Threat tribute ft. Dan Precision of 88 Fingers Louie).

The full schedule of After Shows for the 2016 edition of Riot Fest Denver can be found below. You can grab tickets for these shows when they go on sale this Friday, August 5th at 10am MDT.



First public screenings announced for Fat Wreck Chords documentary “A Fat Wreck”

The first round of public screenings for the Fat Wreck Chords documentary produced by [open-ended] films has been announced!

Currently, A Fat Wreck is set to show in 15 theaters across the US and in other parts of the world over the next 3 months.

Check out the screening dates/locations below, and get your tickets here. If you’d like to stay updated as more screenings are announced, join the film’s mailing list.