A Day To Remember, All-American Rejects Headlining Four Chord Music Festival In Pittsburgh

One of pop-punk’s biggest events returns this year in a new setting with a loaded lineup. The Four Chord Music Festival will celebrate its 10th anniversary with A Day to Remember and The All-American Rejects as headliners performing at Carrie Furnace in Pittsburgh June 22-23.

The two-day independent music festival will kick off with bands such as The Story So Far, Senses Fail, State Champs, Four Year Strong, Microwave, Militarie Gun, Koyo, Eternal Boy, Driveways, Action/Adventure, Cliffdiver and Mallory Run. The first night will be closed by A Day to Remember.

Bands taking the stage on the second day include Drive-Thru Records darlings Something Corporate, Motion City Soundtrack, The Get Up Kids, Relient K, Taylor Acorn, Hunny, Patent Pending, Keep Flying, People R Ugly, House Parties, Goalkeeper, Don’t Panic and Old Neon.

Early bird general admission and VIP tickets are on sale and can be purchased at the event website, FourChordMusicFestival.com. The general onsale begins Feb. 23 at 11 a.m. ET.

The independent festival began in 2014 at a 1,500-capacity club and grew to become a two-day event, which returns to Pittsburgh after having spent three years at Wild Things Park in Washington, Pennsylvania.

“Ten years is a long time. Most things that you were into 10 years ago have not survived, so to reach the 10th anniversary of Four Chord Music Fest is something we are very proud of,” said Rishi Bahl, founder of the festival. “We really tried to make this one the biggest and best one yet and are stoked to spend the weekend with all of you at our brand new, historical landmark of a location, The Carrie Furnace. Get out the sunscreen and bring the Advil, it is going to be a party.”