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News: Warped Tour 'Bring It Back Stage' Accepting Submissions
Posted on Sunday, June 12, 2011 @ 14:52:10 UTC
Topic: Opportunities

Vans Warped Tour is the largest and longest running touring music festival in the world. The Warped Tour has evolved from a small music and action sports tour into a mega tour that transcends socio-cultural boundaries bringing together an engaged mass of hyper aware youth looking to experience the latest in music, brands, green technology, causes and culture. The 2011 Vans Warped Tour will be feature 3OH!3, Paramore, Gym Class Heroes, Asking Alexandria, Pepper, and over 50 more of the most buzzing artists, along with dozens of label reps, booking agents, and of course, hundreds of thousands of fans! The Bring It Back Stage, which developed on the Vans Warped Tour, aims at resurrecting a solid Hip-Hop presence on the tour and in the community. The Bring It Back stage combines the traditional elements of Hip-Hop, represented in the form of B-Boy competitions, DJ exhibitions, Graffiti walls, and live performances. Website





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