Hot Gig Alert (6.22+6.23): Four Chord Music Fest 10 announces lineup

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Hot Gig Alert (6.22+6.23): Four Chord Music Fest 10 announces lineup

And another festival to add to your radar is Four Chord Music Fest 10! The 10th run of the festival that takes place June 22nd & June 23rd this year just announced their lineup, which is a wild one. The festivities will be going down as always in Pittsburgh, PA with a locale this year of The Carrie Furnace. Day One is closed out with A Day to Remember and The Story So Far. And the second night is closed out with two little bands called The All American Rejects and…Something Corporate! The latter teased the elder emo’s by playing a few shows last year, and hopefully, their performance at Four Chord is only the beginning of a strong resurgence for the band. With their cruise booked for a few months after this in November, with all three of frontman Andrew McMahon’s bands making an appearance amongst so many other acts, 2024 is our year. 

As well as these four, bands like Patent Pending will be coming together to play the festival, which definitely wasn’t on my 2024 Bingo card. You also have bands like Relient K, Senses Fail, Motion City Soundtrack, and The Get Up Kids coming along for the ride. And according to the festival, more acts are coming! As well as your longtime legends, you have some newbies, as well, that have made a name for themselves in these last few years with Taylor Acorn, Action/Adventure, Hunny, and so many more. 

Tickets go on sale at 11 am EST on February 21st for Early Bird GA & VIP, with the general sale to the public on February 22nd at the same time. For the first time, Deluxe VIP is an option that includes an elevated lounge area, a partially open bar, private bathrooms, and many more perks. All tickets can be bought here, on the festival’s website. 

Four Chord Music Fest 10  is a no-miss festival, and the time is now to grab those tickets. Hope to see you there!

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Colleen has been writing about music since 2009. Interviewing bands since the glory days of Warped and has continued to do so for now over fourteen years. As well as doing freelance for other publications, the love for everything rock continues today.