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About this Artist
In 1994, Kevin Lyman had a vision: after working on events that paired skateboarding competitions with live music, he decided to create a national (and later worldwide) tour, pairing extreme sports with live punk music. The shoe manufacturer Vans agreed to sponsor it and the tour was born.In what has now become a regular summer event, the Warped To...
Vans Warped Tour stars, from 7 Fan reports
London - Alexandra Palace
Ruined by teenagers. from HellCat, 03/04/13The bands were great, it was awesome fun. Shame that all the tiny baby scene kids were more interested in taking photos of the omg, so hawt band members than enjoying the gigs. I got shouted at for blurring a twitter pick by one girl when I was singing and dancing, and the only movement I saw from tr bring me crowd was when Oli got them to do gangnam style. Utterly infuriating. Maybe Im just getting old but it really spoilt it. Apart from that though, it would have been outstanding. I vote age restriction!!
London - Alexandra Palace
Thank you for bringing this great tour to the UK! from Mariels, 20/11/12Having been to the Vans Warped Tour in Toronto, I was really looking forward to seeing it on home turf. This first UK date was headlined by the mighty Lostprophets who are one of my favourite bands. They played a blinder of a set, closing a great day featuring the likes of bring me the horizon and 3HO!3. Looking forward to a European tour next year.
london - Alexander Palace
Very Disappointing from wayneoh, 13/11/12On arrival, getting into the venue was easy, if anything...Far too easy. Into the West Hall, we find a bar, directly opposite the vert ramp (very cramped area ) to the right is the stage. The sound in this hall never improved much throughout the day. Moving to the Great Hall we have the west & east stages - the sound was better here but the layout was awful. The food stalls & merchandise should have been put much further away from the stage areas in both halls. Moving down stairs to the Kevin Say stage was impossible..... we never had a chance to report on the bands on this stage, as it was always full to capacity. Overall this had every chance of being more than a great event - more thought going into the layout and a better use of the venue would have made it a much better experience.