Arizona Fall Frenzy Announced: Blink 182, Fall Out Boy, Jason Mraz and More

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We'd been hearing rumblings about a big fall concert ("to rival Coachella!," some rumormongers claimed) at Tempe Beach Park for a few months now, but it wasn't until today that we actually heard who's playing.

It doesn't remotely resemble Coachella, but it is a lot like a three-day version of Edgefest. So if you like Edgefest, you're gonna love ARIZONA FALL FRENZY.

Yes, that's Blink 182's "All The Small Things" playing on the home page  -- because Blink, Rob Thomas, Social Distortion, Jason Mraz, and Fall Out Boy headline this show. Airborne Toxic Event (subject of one of the best Pitchfork reviews ever written), The Bravery, Social Distortion, Flogging Molly, and Pepper are other highlights.

Check out the full lineup and get tickets here.

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