Vans Warped Tour Australia Adds Local Acts For Melbourne

The Vans Warped Tour 2013 is almost upon us and Melbourne’s local additions to the bill have today been announced, with modern metalcore outfit Feed Her To The Sharks and energetic 5-piece Masketta Fall joining a massive bill topped by The Offspring and Parkway Drive.

Feed Her To The Sharks have had a stellar year, finding new fans and plenty of radio airplay with their latest album Savage Seas, while their tracks Memory Of You and Buried Alive have been racking up the hits on YouTube. Meanwhile Masketta Fall are no strangers to big crowds, having played support for both Anberlin and The Maine while rounding up their own hoarde of fans, known as The Masketeers.

Local additions to the Sydney edition of the Warped Tour, For All Eternity and Hellions, were announced on Tuesday, while Coffs Harbour scored Prepared Like A Bride and Brisbane welcomed the news that Aversions Crown, Take Us To Vegas, and D At Sea would all be gracing the stage.

Vans Warped Tour Australia is shaping up to be one hell of a festival, and it’s kicking off on 29th November in Brisbane. Tickets to all dates are still available, but they probably won’t be around much longer. Full details are below.

Vans Warped Tour Australia 2013 – Melbourne

Feed Her To The Sharks
Masketta Fall


Parkway Drive
The Used
New Found Glory
The Offspring
We Came As Romans
Crown The Empire
Tonight Alive
The Dangerous Summer
The Summer Set
Kids In Glass Houses
Mallory Knox
Simple Plan
For All Those Sleeping
Man Overboard
The Amity Affliction
Reel Big Fish
Hands Like Houses
Buried In Verona
Hands Of Mercy

Vans Warped Tour Australia 2013 Tour Dates

Friday, 29th November
RNA Showgrounds, Brisbane
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Saturday, 30th November
Coffs Harbour, Showground
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Sunday, 1st December
Sydney, Barangaroo
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Friday, 6th December
Canberra, Exhibition Park
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Saturday, 7th December
Melbourne, Birrarung Marr
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Sunday, 8th December
Adelaide, Ellis Park
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