Vans Warped Tour 2011 St. Louis: Jack's Mannequin, Lucero, Yelawolf, Against Me! and Local Ties



Ah, early August in St. Louis. It's the time of year for thunderstorms, unbearable humidity -- and the Vans Warped Tour. Yes, the annual traveling punk-rock summer camp is coming to the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater on August 3. Some of the acts playing the St. Louis date of the festival include Jack's Mannequin (which is releasing a new album, People and Things, soon), Against Me!, Lucero and Yelawolf. There are also some St. Louis ties: D.R.U.G.S. features Story of the Year's Adam Russell, while Machree will also be performing. Tickets are $33.50 in advance, $40 day of show, and tickets on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, April 1. The entire lineup for the show is below.

August Burns Red Black Veil Brides Big D and the Kids Table Asking Alexandria Of Mice and Men The Expendables The Devil Wears Prada Abandon All Ships Less Than Jake A Day to Remember Winds of Plague The Ready Set Attack Attack! The Word Alive Lucero Against Me! Enter Shikari The Aggrolites Gym Class Heroes Miss May I Pepper D.R.U.G.S. We Came As Romans Jack's Mannequin The Acacia Strain Set Your Goals Go Radio Blood on the Dance Floor Terrible Things The Wonder Years Big Chocolate There For Tomorrow I Set My Friends on Fire Passafire Cold Forty Three Moving Mountains Bad Rabbits Woe, Is Me The Dangerous Summer MC Lars with Weerd Science A Skylit Drive Every Avenue Grieves with Budo Machree Dance Gavin Dance Illscarlett Family Force 5 Stephen Jerzak Relient K Yelawolf Middle Class Rut Lionize The Dance Party Demerit Sharks The Exposed Veara Neo Geo The Menzingers Mojo Morgan Black Square Larry and His Flask The Narrative Shut Up and Deal

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