No Values 2024 Unveils Stellar Lineup with Misfits, Turnstile, and More

The punk scene is set to witness a historic gathering as Goldenvoice, the influential force behind Coachella, has officially revealed the lineup for their latest venture, No Values. This eagerly anticipated punk festival is scheduled to take place on Saturday, June 8, at Pomona Fairplex in Pomona, CA, and tickets are slated to go on sale on Friday, February 23 at 11 AM PT.

The festival promises an eclectic mix of classic punk icons and contemporary trailblazers. Headlining the event are legendary bands such as the Misfits and Social Distortion, showcasing Goldenvoice’s commitment to honoring punk’s rich history. However, the lineup is not confined to the classics; it boasts an impressive array of newer acts like Turnstile, Joyce Manor, Ceremony, Viagra Boys, Scowl, Soul Glo, MSPAINT, and more.

One of the highlights includes a rare performance by the recently reunited Dillinger Escape Plan, marking their return to the stage. Additionally, Power Trip is set to make their first official appearance since the tragic passing of Riley Gale, with Seth Gilmore taking on frontman duties.

No Values isn’t just about punk; it features a ska section with Fishbone, The Aquabats, The Selecter, Hepcat, The Untouchables, and The Skeletones. The diverse lineup also boasts the iconic presence of Iggy Pop, Bad Religion, Sublime, The Damned, Suicidal Tendencies, The Vandals, T.S.O.L., The Jesus Lizard, Exploited, Fear, L7, Agent Orange, Adolescents, The Lawrence Arms, The Bronx, Cro-Mags, and more.

While Power Trip hints at additional shows in the pipeline, The Dillinger Escape Plan, amidst their limited NYC appearances, expressed their excitement about joining the No Values festival. Acknowledging the significance of the opportunity, they emphasized that this performance wouldn’t feature their full Calculating Infinity anniversary set, preserving the exclusive experience for the Brooklyn Paramount shows.

The announcement has sent shockwaves through the punk community, and fans are gearing up for a day of musical immersion like no other. No Values is poised to become a landmark event in the punk calendar, celebrating the genre’s legacy while embracing its evolving spirit. With an incredible lineup spanning generations, the festival promises a memorable experience for punk enthusiasts and music lovers alike.

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