The Warped Tour lineup is set to be announced in a few weeks, but the punk rock summer camp has crushed some lineup rumors from acts including Blink-182, the All-American Rejects, Paramore, My Chemical Romance and more.

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One fan took to Twitter to ask for a throwback tour to “GIVE US ORIGINAL MILLENNIALS SOMETHING.”

And the tour had a response for each the acts mentioned:

“Blink-182 we have the same agent & yet nothing.
“All-American Rejects we tried, a band member didn’t want to do it.
“Paramore word on the street is they’re doing their own tour.
“Yellowcard is no longer a band.
“My Chemical Romance not reuniting.
“Say Anything we’ll look into it!”

The post got people talking, and reactions were a bit across the board. All-American Rejects’ Tyson Ritter said the band had agreed to play select dates, and “Warped Tour went full elitist and said ‘nope.'”

Tyson Ritter Warped Tour

Tyson Ritter Warped Tour

In tweets that have since been deleted, the Story So Far’s Kelen Capener called the festival unprofessional for publicly throwing bands and individuals under the bus for not playing the tour and hinting at unannounced engagements, referring to Paramore’s possible—yet unannounced—summer tour.

“With all due respect, you publicly threw bands and individuals under the bus for not playing the tour, and hinted at unannounced engagements. All insider information, all on a company account. That’s unprofessional,” Capener tweeted.

“This is a bad look. Someone leaking your lineup does not entitle you to the same, you should strive to be above that. Why some negligible gaff our band made on an IG takeover is relevant to this, I’m unsure,” Capener tweeted.

“Our takeover was a liability the company assumed the moment we were given the login. If it’s a personal matter, we could have been more respectful in how we operated; we simply don’t shoulder as big a burden of professionalism as this brand. We appreciate our Warped family, lots,” Capener tweeted.

Fans had reactions as well, calling the festival unprofessional for dropping specific names, with others saying that the move was “punk rock.”

But Blessthefall’s Beau Bokan is all about it.

And while this caused quite the discussion, Warped Tour wanted to remind fans that the lineup “isn’t important in the big picture,” encouraging fans to get involved with some of the incredible nonprofits on the tour.

Of course, it’s also important to remember that the music business is a business—lots of fans have expectations, hopes and dream lineups. But, ultimately, decisions are made based on financial reasons, an act’s availability and more.

Lyman previously shared his appreciation for the bands and fans who have stuck with him throughout the years, and we’re excited to see who rounds off this incredible final chapter of Vans Warped Tour.

Warped Tour will announce its 2018 lineup March 1.

“Forever Warped Bundles” and “Best Day Ever Bundles” are available now. Check out the list of cities and dates below.

06/21 – Pomona, CA
06/22 – San Diego, CA
06/23 – Mountain View, CA
06/24 – Ventura, CA
06/26 – Phoenix, AZ
06/29 – Las Vegas, NV
06/30 – Salt Lake City, UT
07/01 – Denver, CO
07/03 – St. Louis, MO
07/05 – Bonner Springs, KS
07/06 – Dallas, TX
07/07 – San Antonio, TX
07/08 – Houston, TX
07/10 – Nashville, TN
07/12 – Virginia Beach, VA
07/13 – Camden, NJ
07/14 – Holmdel, NJ
07/15 – Hartford, CT
07/16 – Pittsburgh, PA
07/17 – Toronto, ON, CND
07/18 – Cuyahogo Falls, OH
07/19 – Cincinnati, OH
07/20 – Detroit, MI
07/21 – Chicago, IL
07/22 – Minneapolis, MN
07/23 – Milwaukee, WI
07/24 – Indianapolis, IN
07/25 – Darien Center, NY
07/26 – Scranton, PA
07/27 – Mansfield, MA
07/28 – Wantagh, NY
07/29 – Columbia, MD
07/31 – Atlanta, GA
08/02 – Charlotte, NC
08/03 – Orlando, FL
08/04 – Tampa, FL
08/05 – West Palm Beach, FL

Who do you hope will be on Warped Tour’s final lineup? Let us know in the comments below!

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