Bamboozle Adds Bands, Brand New, LTJ, And More

Since the initial round of band’s for The Bamboozle’s 10th Anniversary festivities and return to Asbury Park’s North Beach and Boardwalk were announced, the official lineup poster held a blank headlining spot on the all important Sunday roster, the big finale, the curtain dropping closing salvo that saw Asbury brethren Bon Jovi lonesome atop the mountain.  On President’s Day, all speculation was put to rest as the festival brass officially penciled Brand New’s name next to Jon Francis Bongiovi and company, rounding out the the strongest collection of acts this music and arts festival has assembled.

 

As well as Brand New, Less Than Jake Anamanaguchi, Buckcherry, Big Fredia, Freesol, Timeflies, Volbeat, Attila, Cherri Bomb, Close Your Eyes, Datsik, Le Blorr, Matt Toka, The Knocks, Ashland High, Casey Veggies, Chris Cab, Dramarama, DJ Toro, Marianna’s Trench, Star Slinger, T Mill, and White Panda…with more still to come.

Joining Bon Jovi and Brand New on Sunday will be local Punk heroes Catch 22, Patent Pending, and the Bouncing Souls alongside such national favorites as Bayside, Folly, and the always hilarious Andrew Dice Clay, among others.

Saturday will be headlined by the multiple Grammy winning Foo Fighters and the former clown prince’s of Pop-Punk (before Tom Delonge went to space, acquired the skinniest of jeans, and lost all hope and joy) Blink-182.  The pair will be supported by Anti-Flag, All American Rejects, Hot Water Music, Motion City Soundtrack, Jimmy East World, and more.

Skrillex, Mac Miller, and Incubus front opening night with support from Anamanaguchi, Kreayshwn, The Wonder Years, and more.

Grab tickets, sigle day, and 3-day passes, here.

 

About rote7123

Chris graduated from The College Of New Jersey in May 2011 with a Bachelor Degree in Journalism and Professional Writing, as well as a degree in Communication Studies. He has held down a position in the Asbury Park Press’ Sports Department since September of 2010 and is a contributor to the outlet's Arts & Entertainment section, and has contributed to The Aquarian Weekly all while being the sole operator of Asbury Park's premier music news outlet Speak Into My Good Eye.
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