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    Bad Religion, Black Flag, The Jesus Lizard, more announced for Garden Amp shows
    • May 1, 2024

    Punk rockers who prefer the sweaty intimacy of a smaller venue are in for a treat ahead of the No Values Festival at the Pomona Fairplex on Saturday, June 8.

    The Garden Amp in Garden Grove announced a series of shows that will include some legendary bands who are also scheduled to play one of the biggest punk fests in recent years.

    Bad Religion and Slaughterhouse will perform on Thursday, June 6, followed by Black Flag, The Bronx, Deviates and Overexposure on Friday, June 7 and The Jesus Lizard, Scowl and Crawlspace on Sunday, June 9. Each event’s ticket will go on sale Thursday, May 2, at

    The No Values Festival, produced by Goldenvoice and slated for the same June weekend, will see iconic groups such as Social Distortion and the original members of Misfits at the top of the bill. The one-day event will also feature more than 40 acts including Agent Orange, Ceremony, Cro-Mags, Fidlar, Fear,  Fishbone, Hepcat, Iggy Pop, Joyce Manor, L7, Mourning Noise, MSPAINT, Power Trip, Shattered Faith, Soul Glo, Steve Ignorant, Sublime, Suicidal Tendencies, T.S.O.L., The Adicts, The Adolescents, The Aquabats, The Damned, The Dead Milkmen, The Dickies, The Dillinger Escape Plan, The Exploited, The Lawrence Arms, The Selecter, The Skeletones, The Vandals, Turnstile and Viagra Boys.

    General admission tickets for the first and second tier are sold out. However, the third tier, dubbed “more values,” which includes a limited-edition show tee, dedicated entry lane and preferred parking, is still available starting at $249. VIP passes, which start at $399, are also still available. Each pass includes show day parking at the Pomona Fairplex.

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    ​ Orange County Register