When We Were Young will return to Las Vegas on October 19th, 2024 with a lineup topped by My Chemical RomanceFall Out BoyA Day To Remember, and Jimmy Eat World. The third annual emo and punk nostalgia festival at the Las Vegas Festival Grounds will place a heavy emphasis on full-album performances, with over 50 artists playing their classic albums in full.

At the top of the bill, My Chemical Romance will play The Black Parade, A Day To Remember will recreate Homesick, and Jimmy Eat World will revisit Bleed American. Other full-album sets include Pierce The Veil’s Collide With The Sky, The Used’s In Love and Death, Simple Plan‘s No Pads, No Helmets… Just Balls, Dashboard Confessional’s Dusk and Summer, Coheed and Cambria’s Good Apollo, and many more. The Live Nation-produced festival will also host rare reunions by Cobra Starship (performing !Viva La Cobra) and Chiodos (performing All’s Well That Ends Well).

Fans can sign up now for the festival SMS list here to receive a text message access code for the When We Were Young 2024 pre-sale beginning Friday, November 17th at 10 a.m. PT. Remaining tickets will go on sale to the public at 2 p.m. PT, with layaway plans starting at $19.99 down. The festival has partnered with Jampack for hotel and ticket packages including discounted rates on Las Vegas hotels. For full ticketing and travel package information head here.

Now approaching its third year, When We Were Young opened the floodgates of ’90s/’00s nostalgia when it debuted in 2022. The massive lineup brings 50-plus acts to Vegas for a dense 12 hours of programming, with 2024’s full-album retellings acting as a clever camouflage for the 45–50-minute sets. After quickly selling out the first day, Live Nation has consistently added two additional days featuring the same lineup of artists.