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Warped Tour’s Camden Stop Adds A Mix Of Classic & Upcoming Bands

Warped Tour’s Camden Stop Adds A Mix Of Classic and Upcoming Bands

Metal bands…and Warped Tour? Yes, this year’s iteration was a bit different lineup wise. Gone were the mainstays like Sleeping With Sirens or Every Time I Die. Welcomed were acts such as GWAR, Hatebreed, and The Acadia Strain just to name a few. There was a different feel towards Warped Tour this year – not so much in the trademark iffy Camden weather that gave away to thunderstorms at the end of the night. There was a healthy mix of old and new fans, although a little lesser than last year.

While the lineup may not have been what hardened Warped Tour fans were used to, it definitely was a more cosmopolitan clash of musical flavors. Tested Warped veterans like Memphis May Fire, Silverstein, and New Years Day drew loyal crowds. The Full Sail stage showed off promising up-and-comers like Courage My Love, Creeper, and Boston Manor. If they chose to stay, they will probably find themselves on the bigger stages. Check out pictures from the Warped stop at the BB&T Pavilion at Camden, NJ below.

American Authors

Andy Black

Being as an Ocean

Bless the Fall

Boston Manor



Courage My Love


Dance Gavin Dance


Fire From the Gods

Fit for a King

Hands Like Houses

I Prevail

Jule Vera

Memphis May Fire

New Years Day

Save Ferris

Silent Planet



Sworn In

The Gospel Youth

Too Close to Touch



Murjani Rawls
Murjani Rawlshttp://www.murjanirawls.com
Murjani is a journalist, self-published author, podcast producer, and photographer working out of the tri-state area. Since 2014, Murjani has been stretching his creativity and passions. He has contributed over 18 websites and over 1,000 articles to his journalism portfolio, providing timely commentary on music, television, movies, politics, sports, and more. Murjani has photographed over 250+ artists spanning many musical genres, is a Rotten Tomatoes-approved critic, and has covered festivals such as Lollapalooza, Sundance Film Festival, and SXSW. Murjani has five self-published books of poetry, three of which have reached the top ten in new releases on Amazon upon release. He is currently the Culture Editor at DraftKings Nation / Vox Media. He was previously staff writer at The Root, senior editor & writer at Substream Magazine, and senior writer, editor, and podcast producer at The Pop Break.

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