Do you have to be 18 to go to the warped tour?
No, it is an all-ages show.
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No, the 2009 WT Blink thing is a lie, if it does happen though, it is a miracle.. Sorry to ruin your hopes.. But if they did they would not have enough time to play and on T…oms modlife he said they will be touring in a big event this summer!!
The couldn't get into the country for some reason.
Underoath is christian, and they are going the the warped tour.
\nIf you have a car, then pick her up and go there.\n. \nIf you don't have a car, then arrange a place to meet when you both get there.\n. \nIf you haven't asked her yet, ju…st ask.
Brokencyde has played Warped Tour in the past, but will not be playing on the 2010 Warped Tour.
Warped Tour is mainly for 17 and 18 year olds, though people of any age are welcome to buy tickets. The last I checked, I don't think there's an age requirement.
Its The Warped Tourrr..... It Will Be Awesomme x
There For Tomorrow have played Warped Tour in the past, but they will not be playing on the 2010 Warped Tour.
There is no age limit, it's an all-ages show.
16,000 - 20,000
My Chemical Romance did not play at Warped Tour 2011.
Any age! At least in New York. I would recommend age 14 and up. My 16 year old son has gone a few times. Check your venue, just in case there is an age requirement...or check …vanswarpedtour.com
yes, black veil brides were at the warped tour :)
So far theres gonna be over 90 bands there this year... some include: Falling in Reverse, Pierce the Veil, Sleeping with Sirens, For Today, Mayday Parade, Senses Fail, T Mills…... you can find the rest at Warped Tours website... ((: Can't wait!!!
Yes, they are. There was an ad/promotion for their new album, Evolution, that will be coming out in June, and it said they would be on the tour. It was in issue 287 of Alterna…tive Press magazine.
One can follow the music tour of the ban Warped by looking at their official website and checking their tour dates and cities. Sometimes one would have to go to many different… places to follow a band's tour.