Punk Rock Bowling 2015 Complete Lineup Annouced

2015 punk rock bowling lineup

The 17th Annual Punk Rock Bowling & Music Festival has announced its complete lineup for its 2015 dates. As previously reported, this year’s three-day music fest will be headlined by Rancid, Dropkick Murphys and Refused. The entire lineup includes: The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Murder City Devils, Conflict, Discharge, Turbonegro, Bad Manners, and Sick Of It All, Jello Biafra and the Guantanamo School of Medicine, Anti-Flag, Swingin’ Utters, A Wilhelm Scream, The Business, Bombshell Rocks, The Muffs, Mahones, Sniper 66, PEARS, I.R.A., Success!, Get Dead, Avenue Rockers, Eliza Battle, Sounds of Threat, and Battle Born.

Punk Rock Bowling takes place May 22 – 25 in our favorite part of Las Vegas, away from the douchey glam of the strip and nestled off 7th Street and Stewart Avenue amongst the eccentric inhabitants of the famed Fremont Street. The event is all-ages and will feature an appetizing selection of punk, ska, and hardcore bands from all over the map. Not to mentions, cheap drinks and good eats to get you through that three-day bender!

Tickets for Punk Rock Bowling 2015 will go on sale Saturday, January 10 at 1 p.m. Beginning at 1:00pm PST, you can purchase Punk Rock Bowling three-day festival passes for $120. For high rollers, a limited amount of VIP passes will go on sale at 5:00pm PST that same day.

Individual day tickets go on sale Saturday, February 7 at 1:00pm PST.


Refused at FYF — Photo by Monique Hernandez


Refused – “Rather be dead”


Rancid — “Time Bomb”


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