Punk Rock Bowling announces 50+ acts for 15 Las Vegas club shows

Fat” Mike Burkett of Me First and the Gimme Gimmes
Bill Hughes

Rockabilly queen Wanda Jackson, Reno hardcore vets 7 Seconds and punk-rock cover favorites Me First and the Gimme Gimmes are among more than 50 acts playing Punk Rock Bowling's 2013 club shows, the festival announced today.

Venues have yet to be announced for the 15 shows, tickets for which cost $15 and go on sale Friday, March 22 at 1 p.m. through punkrockbowling.com.

The full schedule:

Friday, May 24:

The Lawrence Arms, Nothington, No Se

Suedehead, Chris Murray, Bohunks, DJ Gonzo

Andrew Jackson Jihad, Sean & Zander, Darius Zoski

Strung Out, Guttermouth, Left Alone, Guilty by Association

Saturday, May 25:

Detroit Cobras, Throw Rag, The Muffs, The Tinglerz

Cashed Out, Gamblers Mark, Dirty Kid Discount

The Crowd, The Gears, Shattered Faith, Love Canal

Agnostic Front, The Business, Unseen, Krum Bums, Hard Pipe Hitters

Untouchables, The Bullets, Debonaires, DJ Gonzo

Sunday, May 26:

7 Seconds, T.S.O.L., Angry Samoans, Stabbed in Back

Manic Hispanic, Drugloards of the Avenue, Tartar Control

MDC, Verbal Abuse, In Defence

Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, Pulley, Bombpops

Wanda Jackson, Water Tower, Bucket Boys, Steve Soto

The May 25-27 Downtown Las Vegas Punk Rock Bowling festival lineup includes Flag (featuring original Black Flag Members Keith Morris, Chuck Dukowski and Bill Stevenson), Devo, Bad Religion, The Damned, Turbonegro, D.R.I. The Weirdos, Subhumans, Lagwagon, Bouncing Souls, The Casualties and Swingin' Utters. Tickets cost $105 for three days and $40 per day through punkrockbowling.com.

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