The final Vans Warped Tour has released its lineup, including Denver's.

It's never easy saying goodbye. And as the Vans Warped Tour takes its final bow this year, we're preparing to get our goodbyes ready. For 23 years, the Warped Tour has traveled across the country, booking more than 1,700 bands. The festival's founder, Kevin Lyman, wrote a note back in November 2017 that he was ending the Warped Tour. In part, the note said,
"Today, with many mixed feelings, I am here to announced that next year will be the final, full cross-country run of the Vans Warped Tour ... I truly look forward to seeing as many of you as possible during this final cross country run, and getting to thank you for your support on this wild adventure. Until then, take care and be safe."
[caption id="attachment_34420" align="aligncenter" width="820"]warped tour Courtesy of Vans Warped Tour (Facebook)[/caption] The festival will be making its final trip to Denver on July 1, just outside of the Pepsi Center. Bands like 3OH!3, Simple Plan, and more are expected to close out the Denver tour. Tickets go on sale March 8 at Prices have yet to be announced.

The Warped Tour 2018 Denver Lineup:

Journeys Left Foot Stage 3OH!3 Knuckle Puck Mayday Parade Reel Big Fish State Champs This Wild Life Waterparks Journeys Right Foot Stage Falling In Reverse Four Year Strong ISSUES Movements Real Friends Simple Plan The Maine The Used Tonight Alive We The Kings Mutant Red Dawn Stage Chelsea Grin Deez Nuts Ice Nine Kills Kublai Kahn mychildren my bride The Amity Affliction Twiztid Wage War Mutant White Lightning Stage Crown The Empire Dayseeker Every Time I Die Hail The Sun Harm’s Way In Hearts Wake Motionless In White Nekrogoblikon Unearth Stage As It Is Assuming We Survive Chase Atlantic Dead Girls Academy Doll Skin Don Broco Grayscale MAKEOUT Palaye Royale Phinehas Picturesque Story Untold Trash Boat With Confidence Full Sail Stage Farewell Winters Lighterburns Will you be attending the final Warped Tour? Which band are you looking forward to seeing in Denver this summer? Let us know in the comments below, and don't forget to share your favorite festival memory with us!

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