Details Announced For 2022 Four Chord Music Festival

Courtesy: Four Chord Music/Drusky Entertainment

Punk and emo fans have something special to look forward to as summer winds down.

The annual Four Chord Music Festival is scheduled to return this year for its eighth year. The festival is scheduled to take place Sept. 9 and 10 at Wild Things Park in Washington, PA. This year marks the first time that the festival will be a two-day event.

Featured in this year’s lineup are the likes of Jimmy Eat World, Pennywise, and All Time Low. The festival is presented by Four Chord Music and Drusky Entertainment.

Festival founder Rishi Bahl talked about this year’s even in a prepared statement.

“This is it,” he said. “This is the festival I had dreamed of being able to put on since this started in my apartment 7 years ago in Pittsburgh. I can’t wait.”

Two-day general admission passes start at $155 while individual day passes will start at $86. VIP Two-day passes are listed at $350 while single-day VIP passes will cost audiences $186. VIP passes include extras, such as all day access to the VIP-only tent, elevated viewing platform, special acoustic performances from bands on the bill, and private bar.

Tickets and VIP passes are available now.

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Summer Years Debuts New Single, ‘The Picture You Paint,’ Companion Video

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Pop punk band Summer Years debuted its new single and companion video this week.

The band premiered its new single, ‘The Picture You Paint‘ and its companion video Friday. The single is the second single from the band’s forthcoming EP, You Can’t Live There Forever. The band premiered the album’s lead single, ‘This Light‘ June 15. The EP’s official release date is under consideration.

The musical arrangement featured in ‘The Picture You Paint’ is a catchy, upbeat composition. It will appeal to fans of works from bands, such as Blink-182, All Time Low, and New Found Glory.

The lyrical theme featured in the new single delivers a contemplative message, which band member Mike Liorti discussed in a prepared statement.

“The Picture You Paint’s’ overall premise is dealing with doubt,” said Liorti. “As musicians, we kinda live a life of constant Show & Tell to our fans, friends, and family. These days, especially, even the most passionate/understanding supporters & teammates can quickly lose touch of the artists’ vision/potential and basically dismiss them entirely. The smallest comment/action of doubt can be very potent and contagious (sometimes even making its way into the artists’ mind), so the song is coming from a Relic/Lifer’s evolved mindset of understanding the bliss/oasis that comes from creating art for nobody but themselves and letting the dominoes fall as they may.”

Additionally, Liorti talked about the song’s video in the statement.

“The video is a compilation of the post-pandemic live shows we’ve been so honored and lucky to play and capture thanks to the help of our extremely supportive local scene,” he said.

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