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Punk Rock Bowling is celebrating its 21st birthday on memorial day with a stacked lineup that includes Rancid, Descendents, Adolescents, and many more.

The festival is now revealing its daily lineup for the main and second stages. Check it out below!

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Punk Rock Bowling and Music festival tales place May 24-27, 2019 at the Downtown Las Vegas Event Center.

This year marks the 21st edition of the festival, and there are some pretty incredible acts scheduled to play the punk rock party—and maybe bowling, as well.

It had been previously revealed that Rancid, Descendents, and The Specials are headlining the main stage but now we know which acts will be sharing the stage with them on each day of PRB.

Plus, the festival is announcing two official club shows, both with bands from across the pond. On Friday, May 24, Infa Riot and Vicious Rumours are taking the stage at the BBB. Then, on Sunday, May 26h, Antisect and Conflict are playing the Fremont Country Club. All shows will be happening in Las Vegas, of course.

Day tickets and 3-days passes for Punk Rock Bowling are already on sale, and you can grab yours here. Club show tickets will be available starting Wednesday, Feb. 23.

Check out the PRB daily lineup by stage below.

Saturday, May 25

Main Stage
Rancid
FLAG
The Damned
Fear
Perkele
The Skints
The Droogettes
Informal Society

Second Stage
The Casualties
The Pietasters
Louise Distras
Lower Class Brats
The Split Seconds
Maid of Ace
Dog Company
Turbulent Hearts

Sunday, May 26

Main Stage
Descendents
Refused
The Vandals
Fucked Up
Adolescents
The Lillingtons
Radiator Rattlers
Total Massacre

Second Stage
Street Dogs
Sloppy Seconds
The Coathangers
Drug Church
Grade 2
The Drowns
Auxilio
The Heiz

Monday, May 27

Main Stage
The Specials
The Hives
The Stranglers
The Undertones
Shame
Night Birds
The Darts
Dirk Vermin & The Hostile Talent

Second Stage
Dead Boys
Teenage Bottlerocket
The Toasters
Ravagers
Faz Waltz
Made J
Mystery Actions
Jail City Rockers

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