Attila vocalist Fronz says his Warped Tour revival is “not looking so great”
Earlier this month, Attila's Chris Fronzak said he has a plan to revive Vans Warped Tour and wants to lead the tour but it looks like that's pretty unlikely now.
The musician answered a fan question on his Instagram story saying he's had discussions with festival founder Kevin Lyman and "it's not looking so great unfortunately."
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Just a couple of weeks ago, Fronz posted to his Twitter account saying he wants to bring the tour back and has a business plan for how he would do it.
Despite not saying publicly what his plan to bring back the tour is, he's a successful entrepreneur so it's not out of the realm of possibility that he has a legitimate plan to bring back the touring festival.
Today though, Fronz started taking questions from fans on his Instagram account and someone asked "Are you really bringing back the vans warped tour."
The musician replied saying "I'm trying my best. Already had discussions with Kevin. It's not looking so great unfortunately but I will keep fighting."
The discussions follow Lyman's appearance on a Kerrang podcast where he pointed towards Attila’s presence as an example of the fights on the tour that contributed to its end.
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Do you think the Attila vocalist will be able to revive the Vans Warped Tour? Let us know what you think in the comments below.