2014 Vans Warped Tour Ticket Giveaway

| July 15, 2014 | 6 Comments

The 2014 Vans Warped Tour will visit Charlotte’s PNC Pavilion on Monday, July 28.  The annual music festival features dozens of artists and bands representing a variety of musical genres.

This year’s lineup includes bands and artists such as Crizzly, All Time Low, Less Than Jake, Mayday Parade, We The Kings, 3OH!3, Tess Dunn and Yellowcard. For a full lineup, see here.

Artwork courtesy of Live Nation Carolinas.

Artwork courtesy of Live Nation Carolinas.

To win two free tickets to the 2014 Vans Warped Tour at the PNC Pavilion on Monday, July 28, answer the following question. The first person to comment on this post with the correct answer will win two free tickets!

“How many artists and groups make up the 2014 lineup?”

 

For ticketing information to purchase tickets to the Charlotte show, see here.

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Eden Creamer Eden Creamer is the 2013-15 Editor-in-Chief for the Niner Times. The senior communications major with triple minors in journalism, English and women's and gender studies has worked with the Niner Times since she was a freshman at UNC Charlotte.

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  1. Jyvon says:

    Well there are 130 bands. Do you mean the line up just in Charlotte? If so then there are 93 bands playing

  2. Chelsea says:

    93 for charlotte and 130 for the whole warped tour

  3. I say 169. I hope this is correct.

  4. Warped Tour Mom says:

    Do you want to know the number of people total that will be playing? I’m unsure if you want the head count or 2 different numbers? I’d love to win so my daughter and I can go for year 2. Cool idea to have this contest.

  5. Warped Tour Mom says:

    Who won the tickets? I counted heads of all playing and came up with over 400. Amazing!

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Eden Creamer Eden Creamer is the 2013-15 Editor-in-Chief for the Niner Times. The senior communications major with triple minors in journalism, English and women's and gender studies has worked with the Niner Times since she was a freshman at UNC Charlotte.

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