Vans Warped Tour continues free parent ticket

The Van's Warped tour has been pumping out music for more than 22 years, and they have always tried very hard to accommodate their entire fan base which spans from tweens to as old as you can possibly get and still rock hard core.   
Rumors were spreading that they were going to eliminate their parent program entirely, but instead they have chosen to rework it.  Here are the deets:
1 ticket = 1 parent
1 parent age 28 and older will be permitted with 1 child under the age of 16 with a paid ticket.  This is a complementary non-transferrable wristband, and the Vans Warped Tour reserves the right to deny entry. 
In order to accompany your child for free, you must arrive the morning of the show with photo ID, the child, and the paid ticket at the yellow guest list tent by the nain gates.  There are no exceptions, so if you don't have all three of the listed items, you will not be getting in.  

  • No switching parents out halfway through the day
  • No older siblings permitted to act as the accompanying adult
  • If you have a non-parental appointed legal guardian, please bring any available documentation the day of the show and we will work with you!
ALREADY BOUGHT A TICKET? – If you are a parent that already bought a ticket and are unable to find another use for it (ie. your child’s friend); please bring the paid ticket with you to the yellow guest list tent the morning of the show.
If you have specific questions or concerns, please email


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