The Dirty Nil

77 Montreal adds The Dirty Nil to their 2019 line-up

Canadian power rock band The Dirty Nil have been announced to play this year's 77 Montreal. The one-day punk festival will happen on July 26th, 2019 at Parc Jean-Drapeau in Montreal, Canada. Bad Religion, Pennywise, Streetlight Manifesto, The Exploited, and more have already been announced to play. You can click here here for more information on the festival. The Dirty Nil released Master Volume in 2018.

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Sing Out Loud Festival 2019 announces first batch of acts

Sing Out Loud Festival 2019 announces first batch of acts

The month-long, multi-genre Sing Out Loud Festival, which takes place annually in St, Augustine, FL, has announced its first batch of acts. On the more relevant end of the punk spectrum, 2019 will feature such acts as Propagandhi, Hot Water Music, Subhumanz (UK), and The Menzingers. More acts are still to be announced and, considering past versions of this fest, we can likely expect to see more bands in the "punk" column paying a visit (especially on Propagandhi's night).

All events are free, and are based on a first-come, first-served entry. You can check out the dates of notable punk gigs below, or click here to see the full schedule for the event (which is regularly updated).

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Pulley

Pulley added to 77 Montreal

Simi Valley, California based melodic punks Pulley have been added to the 77 Montreal lineup. Bad Religion, Pennywise, Streetlight Manifesto, The Exploited and much more have already been announced to play. 77 Montreal will be happening on July 26, 2019 in Parc Jean-Drapeau in Montreal, Canada. Tickets are already on sale for the already stacked festival. You can click here to buy tickets or view the full line-up. Pulley released No Change in the Weather in 2016.

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Bled Fest announce their final lineup

Bled Fest announce their final lineup

Bled Fest have announced their final line-up. The festival started in 2005 as a pool party/basement show. 15 years later, the festival will be coming to an end with one last party on May 25th, 2019 at the Hartland Performing Arts Center in Howell, Michigan. The final lineup will include performances by The Wonder Years, Camp Cope, Hawthorne Heights, Free Throw, Have Mercy, Kississippi, Iron Chic, Worriers, Spanish Love Songs, Baggage and much more. You can click here to get the full details on the final show.

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Breakin' Even Fest 2019 announces lineup

Breakin' Even Fest 2019 announces lineup

Washington DCs Breakin' Even Fest has released the lineup for their 2019 edition, including the headliners for all three nights. The three day event features Kali Masi, World's Scariest Police Chases, and Worriers each headlining one of the evenings; with Great Wight, Dollar Signs, American Television, and more rounding out the rest of the event.

Breakin' Even Fest took a hiatus last year, but is back this year, making this the third fest in four years.

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Sloppy Seconds to headline Record Farm anniversary show

Sloppy Seconds to headline Record Farm anniversary show

Independent record store The Record Farm is celebrating their third anniversary by throwing a big musical shindig and Punknews is one of the sponsors! The show will take place at the historic State Theatre in downtown Logansport, IN on Saturday, March 16th. Indiana punk legends Sloppy Seconds will make a rare Midwest appearance to top the bill. They will share the stage with the dark horror folk band Harley Poe, the "King of Clowns" Clownvis Presley, the heavy garage rock of Brother O' Brother and the instrumental surf sounds of The Tentakills. Tickets go on sale on Saturday, you can check out the event here, and Punknews' own Tom Trauma will see you there!

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Coachella announce 2019 lineup

Coachella announce 2019 lineup

California based 6 day music festival Coachella released the full lineup for their April music festival. Childish Gambino, Tame Impala, and Ariana Grande will be headlining the event. The lineup will also include Janelle Monae, Weezer, The Interrupters, Turnover, Hop Along, and much more. The festival will happen on April 12th to 14th and April 19th to 21st, 2019 at Empire Polo Club in Indio, CA. You can click here to view the full lineup or to pick up passes to the festival.

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