Punk In The Park announces Orange County festival dates featuring Bad Religion, Dropkick Murphys, Face To Face, and more. Punk in the Park will take place at Oak Canyon Park in Orange County, California, on November 5 and 6, for a full weekend of music and craft beer tasting. More than 30 punk rock bands with the likes of Bad Religion and Dropkick Murphys are at the top of a line-up that includes Face To Face, Anti-Flag, The Flatliners, Voodoo Glow Skulls, CH3, Bad Cop Bad Cop, The Bouncing Souls, Adolescents, The Bronx, Mercy Music, Suzi Moon, The Vulturas, Slaughterhouse, TV Party and many more
All ages are welcome at Punk In The Park, however the three-hour craft beer tasting session (Noon to 3pm) is for those 21+. The beer tasting will feature a wide variety of craft beers from the region and beyond. There will also be local food trucks and vendors on hand, with vegan options available for purchase. If you plan to drink alcohol, you must present a valid photo I.D. with your birth date on it (no photocopies will be accepted), and there will be no exceptions to this rule.
Get Tickets To Punk In The Park
Tickets to Punk in the Park will go on sale to the general public on Wednesday, May 11 at 10am. The weekend general admission starts at $95 per person (plus fees). With general admission, children ages 10 and under are free.
In addition, VIP weekend tickets are available, which include access to VIP lounges, shaded areas, upgraded restrooms, and VIP Bar access. Both General Admission and VIP tickets grant access to music performances and craft beer tastings (from Noon until 3pm, 21+).
All ages are welcome, and doors open daily at 12pm
Please note, Punk In The Park parking costs $20 per vehicle.
This is what Jay Bentley of Bad Religion has to say about the upcoming Punk in the Park:
“We are playing a hometown show with our long-time pals, the Adolescents, and our new friends, Slaughterhouse. THAT is where we want to be!”
Whereas, Event producer Cameron Collins of Brew Ha Ha Productions said:
“Punk In The Park is arguably the greatest punk rock festival ever to happen in Southern California. If anyone says different, let me know ‘cause I want to argue with them about it!”