Live Nation has announced that a third date will be added to their highly anticipated When We Were Young Festival. The latest installment will take place on Saturday, October 29 at the Las Vegas festival grounds and will feature Alex G in lieu of Wolf Alice. La Dispute will also be notably absent that weekend.
Presale for day three tickets will begin on Monday, January 31 at 10am PST. General admission tickets are available at $244.99 with GA+ tickets starting at $419.99. VIP options are also available at $519.99 with the VIP Cabana package costing upwards of $12,500.
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The lineup will feature iconic emo-pop musicians including Paramore, My Chemical Romance, The Used, AFI, Bright Eyes, Bring Me The Horizon, Boys Like Girls and Avril Lavigne. Additional performances will be provided by Dashboard Confessional, Taking Back Sunday, Alkaline Trio, Dance Gavin Dance, All-American Rejects, Jimmy Eat World, Car Seat Headrest and The Wonder Years.
Live Nation has recently addressed fans’ concerns regarding festival safety following the Astroworld Tragedy that took ten lives, including the life of a nine-year-old child, and caused hundreds of injuries. The event eventually garnered a class action lawsuit that resulted in Travis Scott, Drake, Live Nation and Apple Music being sued for $750 million. Live Nation has also been the target of an alleged copyright infringement lawsuit filed by Goldenvoice. In December, Coachella was granted a restraining order which prohibited Live Nation from marketing their ‘Coachella Day One 22’ event.
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