Rancid, Pennywise, Suicidal Tendencies to headline inaugural The Bash Music and Beer Festival

Rancid, Pennywise, and Suicidal Tendencies are some of the acts who will headline the first ever The Bash Music and Beer Festival this spring. On Tuesday (Feb. 19), festival organizers announced the rocking roster for the inaugural event as well as a mini-tour itinerary for the festival throughout May and June.

Joining the aforementioned acts on the bill are L7, the Mighty Mighty Bosstones, H20, Madball, Noi!se, and Sharp Shock. The upcoming music festival is a joint venture between the Rancid guys, Synergy Global Entertainment, Inc., and Brew Ha Ha Productions.

The lineup for the first annual event was specially curated by the members of Rancid.

“I’m looking forward to playing with some of my favorite bands in the world. Pennywise, Suicidal Tendencies, L7, and more. We look forward to seeing everyone out at the Bash,” Tim Armstrong of Rancid says in a press statement.

“I am a massive fan of these bands, and the chance to launch this event with Rancid is really exciting for SGE,” John Reese, CEO of Synergy Global Entertainment and co-producer of The Bash adds.

“The band has been so engaged in developing this special series of shows, and it shows how much they care about their fans.”

In addition to the music-centric list, the music festival also boasts a huge lineup of breweries. Each date of the Bash will host craft beer tastings (for those who are 21+) from some of the best breweries in the country. The lineup of breweries will include tons of local favorites as well as well-known breweries. In total, attendees who are 21+ can sample from a selection of over 100 different craft beers.

The Bash begins its mini-tour on May 11 at the Margaret T. Hance Park in Phoenix and includes a total of seven stops in May and June. The traveling festival’s itinerary includes stops in Tucson (May 12); Englishtown, New Jersey (June 2); Boise (June 8); Tacoma (June 9); San Jose, California (June 15); and Sacramento (June 16).

Tickets for the Bash go on sale this Friday, Feb. 22, at 10 a.m. local time. General admission tickets begin at $39.50 (plus fees) while VIP tickets start at $99.50 (plus fees), while supplies last.

For more information about the Bash, head on over to the festival’s website.

TOUR SCHEDULE:

Saturday, May 11 – Phoenix, AZ – Margaret T. Hance Park
Sunday, May 12 – Tucson, AZ – Rillito Park Racetrack
Sunday, June 2 – Englishtown, NJ – Old Bridge Township Raceway Park
Saturday, June 8 – Boise, ID – Memorial Stadium
Sunday, June 9 – Tacoma, WA – America’s Car Museum @ LeMay’s
Saturday, June 15 – San Jose, CA – Santa Clara County Fairgrounds
Sunday, June 16 – Sacramento, CA – Papa Murphy’s Park

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Slipknot Announce Tour Dates with Beartooth and Suicidal Tendencies

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There is no rest for Slipknot this year.

The metal band who just kicked off their “Summer’s Last Stand Tour” with Lamb of God, Motionless in White, and Bullet for My Valentine last Friday (July 24) in our backyard of West Palm Beach, FL, has revealed that after a month’s long break, they will be heading back on the road.

The newly announced headlining tour dates will begin on Oct. 13 at the Civic Center in Bismarck, ND and will officially wrap up at their annual Knotfest music festival at the San Manual Amphitheater in San Bernardino, CA on Oct. 25. Heading out on the road with the band during their October tour will be Suicidal Tendencies and Beartooth, who are currently on the Vans Warped Tour.

All tour dates for the new tour can be seen below while all the dates for the in progress “Summer’s Last Stand Tour” can be seen here.

SLIPKNOT’S OCTOBER TOUR DATES feat. SUICIDAL TENDENCIES and BEARTOOTH:

10/13 – Bismarck, ND @ Civic Center

10/14 – Winnipeg, MB @ MTS Centre

10/16 – Calgary, AB @ Scotiabank Saddledome

10/18 – Edmonton, AB @ Rexall Centre

10/20 – Spokane, WA @ Spokane Arena

10/21 – Boise, ID @ Taco Bell Arena

10/22 – Portland, OR @ Memorial Coliseum

10/24 – Sacramento, CA @ Aftershock

10/25 – San Bernardino, CA @ Knotfest