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Skate and Surf Music Festival
Skate and Surf Music Festival
Skate and Surf Music Festival
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Categories Fairs & Festivals Rock

Skate and Surf Music Festival

Saturday, May 18, 2013 1:00p

Skate and Surf Festival returns after an eight-year hiatus. The festival line-up showcases some of today's top national recording artists as well special reunion performances. During its reign, the Skate and Surf Festival presented the best musical talent spanning multiple genres while keeping to its core mission of artist development featuring up-and-coming acts who then became break-out artists. Festival alumni include My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy, Joan Jett, New Found Glory, The Descendents,… Show more

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RX Bandits
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Emerging from Orange County's thriving ska-punk scene, RX Bandits quickly made a name for themselves as a unit willing to take musical risks and lyrical stances, largely thanks to lead singer and guitarist Matt Embree, whose songwriting continued to evolve in a more progressive direction as RX Bandits grew to their eventual complement of six....
Glassjaw
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New York-based band who took '80s hardcore punk influences and turned them into a vital, contemporary sound in the 2000s. ~ Rovi
Fall Out Boy
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Perhaps the most popular punk band since Green Day hit the mainstream in the mid 1990s. ~ Rovi
Streetlight Manifesto
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Fronted by former Catch 22 vocalist/guitarist Tomas Kalnoky, New Jersey's Streetlight Manifesto began dishing out its restless brand of horn-laden ska-punk in 2002, winning over a considerable following by its '03 full-length debut, EVERYTHING GOES NUMB....
A Day to Remember
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Florida band mixes metalcore and pop-punk for maximum appeal. ~ Rovi
Lights
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Fusing '70s AM radio hooks with acid rock expanses, Lights featured vocalist/guitarist Sophia Knapp, drummer/vocalist Linnea Vedder, and bassist Alana Amram. The project began in 2004, when Knapp met Vedder in an art supply store and the two began writing songs together and performing at parties....
Chris Webby
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After building up a sizable base of "ninjas" (what the rapper calls his fans) with giveaway mixtapes stocked full of accessible party raps, Connecticut's Chris Webby finally went aboveground with this debut 2001 EP, There Goes the Neighborhood....
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
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Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, a duo from Seattle, Washington, have emerged as a premier national hip-hop group known for their electrifying live shows, expertly crafted music, and innovative music videos and media....
Andrew W.K.
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Not just a party animal but a party guerrilla, Andrew W.K. burst onto the scene with a hybrid of metal, pop, and dance that parodied and paid tribute to the cheesiest, sleaziest aspects of all three styles....
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Jul 17, 2007 - mmelmon on Fall Out Boy
You get used to it after awhile

Somewhere, the best thing about Fall Out Boy went from watching YouTube videos skewering the lead singer's inability to pronounce simple words to the bouwncy wouwncy woodling mewoodies. Having been burned by bands that float two radio hits on a sea of blah (Pet Shop Boys, anyone? anyone?), I now wait patiently for proof that catchy really is. "Dance, Dance" sure sounds catchy, and who can resist screaming "I am an arms dealer" stuck between Palo Alto and Cupertino for evening rush. But now at last "thanks for the memories" closes the deal: a song that is as catchy as its title (thnks fr th mmrs) is clever self-parody. But really guys, that "what the hell is he saying" thing is starting to get old.