Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Tag: skate and surf festival

Full Skate And Surf lineup announced: Thrice, Hot Rod Circuit, many more

The full lineup for this year's Skate And Surf Festival has been announced, which includes Thrice, Attila, the Wonder Years, Acceptance, Motionless In White...

New Skate And Surf bands announced: Gaslight Anthem, Acceptance, more

Most of the lineup for the 2015 Skate And Surf Festival has been announced, including headliners the Gaslight Anthem. Other bands include Acceptance, Poison The...

We Came As Romans: 1 Band, 2 Fests, 3 Days (Part Two)

Photographer: Joel Pilotte In the second installment of AP’s exclusive We Came As Romans photo-series, 1 Band, 2 Fests, 3 Days, embedded photographer Joel Pilotte captures...

Watch the crowd demand “Saosin!” at Skate And Surf Fest

It’s safe to say Saosin’s reunion with original frontman Anthony Green has been a major success. The band performed a timeless reunion set—their first...
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The Return Of Midtown at Skate And Surf 2014

Newly reunited Midtown (see photos from their secret reunion show earlier this week!) chat with APTV videographer Jamie Gordon at Skate And Surf about...
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The Plot In You check in from Skate And Surf Festival

We chat with The Plot In You on day one of Skate And Surf 2014. The band tell us how far along they are...

Citizen added to Skate And Surf Festival

Citizen have been added to the Skate And Surf Festival lineup for the May 17 date. The festival will be will be held in...

Alkaline Trio, New Found Glory added to Skate And Surf Festival

Skate And Surf have made a major lineup announcement for their 2014 festival: Alkaline Trio, New Found Glory and many more have been added...

I See Stars, Front Porch Step, more added to Skate And Surf Festival

Skate And Surf Festival have announced another round of bands for their 2014 lineup, which already included such acts as Saosin (with original vocalist...

Gabe Saporta dishes on Midtown reunion: “I don’t want to half-ass this”

In the landscape of early-2000s pop-punk, Midtown were admittedly never the most successful band–but judging by the amount of attention they’ve received since disbanding...