The secret’s out! The All-American Rejects are hitting Northern Quest’s outdoor stage in September. Get your tickets now to experience one of the leading pop-punk bands of the 2000s!
About The All-American Rejects
Since forming in 1999, The All-American Rejects have released four albums and numerous hit singles, including "Swing, Swing" (2002), "Dirty Little Secret" (2005), and "Gives You Hell" (2008). With Gold, Platinum, and Multi-Platinum albums under their belt, the band has always stayed true to their own artistic vision. Since the release of their last studio album in 2012, they’ve recorded a handful of singles and now embark on their Wet Hot All-American Summer Tour.
About New Found Glory
Considered a key pioneer of the pop-punk genre and often labeled the "godfathers of pop-punk," New Found Glory continues to inspire modern acts with their ebullient pop melodies and hardcore-tinged breakdowns. With hits like "My Friends Over You" (2002) and "All Downhill From Here" (2004), they became the voice of an underground movement, spurring iconic Gold and Platinum records, countless MTV appearances, an entire sub-genre (easycore), and sold-out tours.
About Motion City Soundtrack
A leading light in the punk-pop genre, Motion City Soundtrack has toured heavily and released six studio albums since its formation in 1997. The group’s commercial breakthrough, Commit This to Memory, was released in 2005 and included hits like "Everything Is Alright" and "When You’re Around."
About The Get Up Kids
Formed in 1995, The Get Up Kids were major players in the mid-1990s emo scene. Their second album, Something to Write Home About, remains their most widely acclaimed album and is considered to be one of the quintessential albums of the second-wave emo movement.