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Here's the Full Vans Warped Tour Lineup for 2017

The 2017 Vans Warped Tour lineup is bringing in "legacy acts" like CKY and way more.EXPAND
The 2017 Vans Warped Tour lineup is bringing in "legacy acts" like CKY and way more.
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Whoever said no one likes you when you’re 23 was dead wrong and also not playing the 2017 Vans Warped Tour, presented by Journeys. The 23rd annual touring music festival is scheduled to hit Phoenix early in the tour on June 22, with bands including CKY, Strung Out, and the Acacia Strain.

The 2017 full music lineup was recently announced by webcast from Full Sail University in Winter Park, and looks like the list is gunning to satisfy all crowds. The lineup has everyone from Fat Wreck Chords staples like Strung Out, the Dickies, and Sick Of It All to the theatrical types like GWAR and local acts like Playboy Manbaby and Futuristic. Beartooth and Memphis May Fire are joining, while the former/current ska kids will grin at mention of Goldfinger and Save Ferris on the roster.

Overall, attendees will have a chance to see some soon-to-be discovered acts, some old favorites (with some throwback sets in the mix), and a few bands that are pretty hot right now.

There will also be 40-minute workshops put on by the Entertainment Institute (TEI) happening backstage, where gurus (artists) will have everything planned from music lessons to in-depth conversations about creating music and life on the road. Gurus include War On Women’s Shawna Potter on “Creating Safer Spaces,” rock photographer Lisa Johnson on “Life In The Pit: The Rock Photographer Experience,” and CKY’s Chad Ginsburg, Matt Deis, and Jess Margera on “CKY's Warped Wheel of Wonders” – a.k.a. your chance to ask them about Gnarkill.

The Phoenix date is Thursday, June 22, at the Fear Farm Festival Grounds. Gates open at 11 a.m., and tickets start at $49. They're available at the door or through the Vans Warped Tour website – where you can also sign up for TEI workshops.

Here is a breakdown of who’s playing where at the 2017 Vans Warped Tour:

Journeys Left Foot Stage
Attila
CKY
Futuristic
Hawthorne Heights
I Prevail
Jule Vera
New Years Day
Sammy Adams
Watsky

Journeys Right Foot Stage
American Authors
Andy Black
Beartooth
Dance Gavin Dance
Goldfinger
Hands Like Houses
Memphis May Fire
Neck Deep
Our Last Night
Save Ferris

Skullcandy Stage
Alestorm
Bad Seed Rising
Barb Wire Dolls
Microwave
Sonic Boom Six
War On Women
The White Noise
William Control

Hard Rock Stage
The Adolescents
The Ataris
Bad Cop/Bad Cop
The Dickies
Doll Skin
Fire From The Gods
Municipal Waste
Sick Of It All
Strung Out
Valient Thorr

Mutant North Stage
The Acacia Strain
Being As An Ocean
Candiria
Counterparts
Fit For A King
Hatebreed
Silent Planet
Stick To Your Guns
Sylar

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Mutant South Stage
After The Burial
Blessthefall
Carnifex
Emmure
GWAR
Hundredth
Silverstein
Sworn In
Too Close To Touch

Full Sail Stage
Boston Manor
Carousel Kings
Courage My Love
Creeper
The Fantastic Plastics
Farewell Winters
Feeki
The Gospel Youth
Knocked Loose
Movements
Playboy Manbaby
Trophy Eyes

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