Pop-punk veterans Blink-182 announced their first live performances of 2019 on Wednesday, which will take place at their second annual Back to the Beach Festival at southern California’s Huntington State Beach on April 27th-28th. The event, which debuted last spring, is produced by the band’s drummer, Travis Barker, Goldfinger’s John Feldmann, and well-known local alt-rock radio station, KROQ.

The two-day, Oceanside music festival will, of course, feature headlining performances from both Blink 182 and Goldfinger, with latter to be joined by special guests for their Sunday set. The event’s full listing of scheduled performers also includes sets from The Used, Reel Big Fish, Streetlight Manifesto, The Aquabats, Less Than Jake, The Wonder Years, Save Ferris, The English Beat, Teenage Wrist, and more to be announced as the event draws closer. This year’s Back To The Beach should bring out a sizeable audience considering it fills the pop-punk/emo void left by the now-retired Vans Warped Tour, as many of the artists on the festival poster would have likely appeared on the former travelling concert caravan.

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Blink-182 had been scheduled to headline the 2018 edition of Chicago’s Riot Fest in addition a 16-show residency at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas last fall, but was forced to postpone both Travis Barker discovered he had blood clots in his arms. The band’s announcement of their return to performing this spring is a good indication that Barker is at least close to being back to full health to make up for the cancellations with live performances in 2019.

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Tickets for this year’s Back to the Beach go on sale this Friday at 10 a.m. Fans can head over to the event website until then for more information.

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