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Calling all emo kids from the 2000s, there is an event that is coming up this year in Las Vegas that has your name written all over it (in black, obvs).
When We Were Young festival is back again for 2022 and they have just announced an absolutely stacked lineup that has left social media quaking.
On October 22, people lucky enough to get tickets will get to see the likes of My Chemical Romance, Paramore, Bring Me The Horizon, Avril Lavigne, The All-American Rejects, Wolf Alice, Manchester Orchestra, Pvris, Lil Huddy, and loads more.
Since the lineup debuted, people have been understandably gobsmacked to see all their favourites from the 2000s reunite on stage.
People even straight up refused to believe it was real because of how massive it it.
The concert will take place at the Las Vegas Festival Grounds in Las Vegas, Nevada and will run from 11am to 11pm.
Because the lineup includes dozens of bands spread out across three stages, it will be difficult for concertgoers to pick who they want to see.
You can only image the true existential dread of trying to select a headliner to see when they're all so good.
Tickets aren't cheap either, with general admission costing $224.99 on presale and that goes all the way up to $499 for the VIP package.
If you're willing to fork out the big bucks, you'll get access to a dedicated viewing area by main stage, food choices from regional and local vendors, bars, concessions, official band merch, festival merch, free water stations, air-conditioned restrooms, dedicated entry lane at main entrance and access to charging stations.
There's also a lengthy list of items that are prohibited, which include things from bicycles, skates, scooters and skateboards, to glow sticks, LED Gloves, Hula Hoops, hoverboards segways, instruments or laser pointers.
Tickets go on sale on January 21 and you better get in quick.
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