Music Festivals

Full Lineup for the Bringing It Back for the Kids Fest at Rocketown May 13 and 14

See Crossfade's full preview of the Bringing It Back for the Kids Fest, featuring an interview with festival co-founder Cliff Wiener.

Shave your head, throw on a hoodie, and slash a big black X into the back of your hand.

We're keeping it straight-edge and hitting the pits at the Bringing It Back for the Kids Fest next weekend with Shai Hulud, Evergreen Terrace, Terror, the Mongoloids, Xbishopx, Untill the End, Grenade Face, Lions Lions, and 29 other aggro punk activists.

So ... You coming? Stay sober and see the cut for the full lineup, event, and ticket details.

Bringing It Back for the Kids Fest Lineup

Friday, May 13

1981 Clothing Stage

-Strengthen What Remains

-The Dead Legs


-The World We Knew

-Knock Em Dead


-All Teeth

-The Mongoloids


Royal Family Clothing Stage

-In Reference To A Sinking Ship

-Thick As Blood

-Call To Preserve

-All Hell Breaks Loose

-Remembering Never

-Casey Jones

-Evergreen Terrace

Saturday, May 14

1981 Clothing Stage


-Time Ends

-40 Winters







-Know the Score

-Until the End

-Shai Hulud

Royal Family Clothing Stage

-Every passing Dream

-Grenade Face

-Lions Lions

-Your Demise

-Close Your Eyes

-Trapped Under Ice

-Stick To Your Guns


Bringing It Back for the Kids Fest with Shai Hulud, Evergreen Terrace, and Terror, presented by 1981 Straight Edge Clothing. Friday, May 13, and Saturday, May 14, at the Rocketown, 371 S Federal Hwy., Pompano Beach. Single-day tickets cost $20 and weekend passes cost $40 via

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