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It’s August, and while we’re already dreaming of haunted houses and horror films, Every Time I Die just unleashed their holiday show lineup.

With their annual ’Tid The Season show entering its 15th year, the band went big with its lineup, which will stretch across two days. The festivities kick off Dec. 13 through Dec 14 at Buffalo Riverworks.

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ETID will be performing both evenings. On Dec. 13, Against Me!, the Damned Things, Terror, Harms Way, All Get Out and Mercy Union will all hit the stage. There will also be a Violent Gentlemen Ice Hockey Tournament held among the music.

On Dec. 14, Glassjaw, Ghostface Killah, the Get Up Kids, Cave in, Mongol Horde, Candy and SeeYouSpaceCowboy will be joining in the festivities.

The band will also continue with the tradition of wrestling, hosting the matches on the 14th. This year’s lineup includes The Butcher And The Blade, which is Braxton Sutter and ETID guitarist Andy Williams, who also wrestled during last year’s festivities.

Other wrestlers include Ethan Page, Josh Alexander, Bill Collier, Team Tremendous, Daniel Garcia, Kevin Bennett, Puf, Blackwood, Brandon Thurston, Tyler Bateman, Anthony Gaines, Gregory Iron, Jody Threat, Rickey Shane Page, Faye Jackson, Tony Deppen and Santa.

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The band revealed this will be the “final” lineup and clarified it meant as in not changing not the last holiday show.

“‘Final’ as in ‘no more bands will be added,’ as in, ‘No, we’d reeeeeeally love to have your band play too but there’s just no room.’”

Tickets include $50 single-day passes for Friday or Saturday and a weekend pass for $100. Both are on sale now here, and you can check out the poster below.

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Back in May, ETID were gearing up for a busy summer of touring with Coheed And Cambria and Mastodon. Just before hitting the road, the band shared a video of Rick from Pawn Stars giving them his best wishes.

Calling them a punk band, Rick jokingly admits he hasn’t checked out new music since the ’80s.

“I hear you guys are punk, I love punk rock. Back in the day I even saw the Dead Kennedys. So hey guys, good for you. Keep on going, I know what it’s like to run a business.”

The famed pawn shop owner made the video through the personalized shoutout service Cameo. The service allows people to pay various celebrities to send videos of them giving personal clips of their praise. Check it out below.

Ahead of the band’s ’Tid The Season show, they’ll be heading out on a three-day concert cruise. Sailing Sept. 25-27, the band will be aboard the Rocks Off Concert Cruise, and more information is available here.

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