Punk Rock Bowling

Festival tries to distance itself from notorious punk singer/bassist Fat Mike, who insulted victims of the Route 99 Harvest Festival shooting during his band's set.

Punk Rock Bowling founders respond to NOFX slam on October 1 victims

May 30th, 2018

Festival tries to distance itself from notorious punk singer/bassist Fat Mike, who insulted victims of the Route 99 Harvest Festival shooting during his band's set.

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    Highlights included a history-heavy set from Crass, an ebullient Against Me!, a strangely preachy X and an inspired set from At The Drive-In.

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    Highlights included a rare Partisians performance, the incomparable showmanship of Turbonegro and a reliably inappropriate set from NOFX.

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    Highlights included an unexpected turn from Rise Against, an all-female mosh pit during a GBH set and L7's ferocious, day-stealing set.

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    “I miss playing with the Jim Ward that I remember, which I haven’t unfortunately had the pleasure of being around in a really, really long ...

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    GBH, The Partisans, Western Addiction and more.

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    The festival hits the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center May 25-28, with tickets on sale now.

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    The festival billed it as Cock Sparrer’s “last U.S. show for a long time,” but tradition dictates the band will return in 2020.

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    Bad Religion's Jay Bentley handed off bass duties to NOFX’s Fat Mike, wearing a low-cut dress, for “We’re Only Gonna Die."

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    Far from noodling, leader Tom Verlaine picked each note and made every sound with very specific purpose.

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    Also: Shonen Knife, Phantogram, Rancid and Prince’s former band, The Revolution.

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    The punk-rock icon is set to play his first Vegas set in a decade.

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    Santana returns to his residency at the House of Blues this week with a ticket special for locals.

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    You have to make it past bacon and pretzel-crusted mac and cheese, lamb gyro tacos and the ramen of the day to get there.

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    Luis Miguel, Enrique Iglesias, Alejandro Fernández and more.

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    The Texas neo-soul man breezed through his new album Good Thing.

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    “If the audience is happy, I’m also happy. It’s about finding the balance in that relationship.”

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