Fuse TV highlights Van’s Warped Tour’s Silent Disco

By: Silent Events

Published: Friday, December 21, 2012

As December starts to wind down, we wanted to take a look back at one of the most exciting parts of Silent Events’ 2012.

One of the highlights of 2012 was certainly the Vans Warped Tour. Silent Events’ production rockstar Sam Holt hit the road with the Warped Tour and crisscrossed the United States and Canada for over 40 stops of silent disco mania!

Among the artists that performed under this summer’s Silent Disco tent were Wick-it The Instigator, Tony D’Angelo, Young London, J. Days, DJ Saucy, SAS Attack, and Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!

Fuse also tagged along with the Warped Tour this year, documenting the behind the scenes action to see what things are really like on the road. They have turned their chronicles into a show, “Warped Roadies: The Real Show Happens Off Stage.” New episodes of the show premier every Friday night at 11:00 PM Eastern. The most recent episode (“San Francisco”) featured the Silent Events tent. Check the show’s page for more details.

A big thank you goes out to the Vans Warped Tour for allowing Silent Events to join in on the fun and bring the silence to the tour.

Silent Events production rockstar Sam Holt (l) and DJ Tony D'Angelo (r) at the Vans Warped Tour

Silent Events production rockstar Sam Holt (l) and DJ Tony D’Angelo

Check out some images from the summer in our Flickr album, on our Facebook page, and in the Vans Warped Tour flickr account.

Check out more on the Vans Warped Tour at its website, as well as on Facebook and Twitter.

The full list of our coast-to-coast and north-of-the-border stops follows.

Date    •    Venue    •    City
June 16  •  Utah State Fairpark  •  Salt Lake City, UT
June 17  •  Sports Authority Field at Mile High  •  Denver, CO
June 20  •  Luxor Hotel Parking Lot  •  Las Vegas, NV
June 21  •  Orange County Great Park  •  Irvine, CA
June 22  •  Pomona Fairplex  •  Pomona, CA
June 23  •  AT&T Parking Lot A  •  San Francisco, CA
June 24  •  Ventura County Fair  •  Ventura, CA
June 27  •  Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre  •  Chula Vista, CA
June 28  •  Camelback Ranch  •  Glendale, AZ
June 29  •  NMSU Practice Field  •  Las Cruces, NM
June 30  •  AT&T Center  •  San Antonio, TX
July 1  •  Reliant Center Parking Lot  •  Houston, TX
July 3  •  Gexa Energy Pavilion  •  Dallas, TX
July 5  •  Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre  •  Maryland Heights, MO
July 6  •  The Palace of Auburn Hills  •  Auburn Hills, MI
July 7  •  First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre  •  Tinley Park, IL
July 8  •  Canterbury Park  •  Shakopee, MN
July 9  •  Sandstone Amphitheatre  •  Bonner Springs, KS
July 10  •  Klipsch Music Center  •  Noblesville, IN
July 11  •  Blossom Music Center  •  Cuyahoga Falls, OH
July 12  •  First Niagara Pavilion  •  Burgettstown, PA
July 13  •  PNC Bank Arts Center  •  Holmdel, NJ
July 14  •  Parterre Ile Notre Dame at Parc Jean-Drapeau  •  Montreal, QC
July 15  •  The Flats at Molson Canadian Amphitheatre  •  Toronto, ON
July 17  •  Darien Lake Performing Arts Center  •  Darien Center, NY
July 18  •  Toyota Pavilion  •  Scranton, PA
July 19  •  Comcast Center  •  Mansfield, MA
July 20  •  Susquehanna Bank Center  •  Camden, NJ
July 21  •  Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum  •  Uniondale, NY
July 22  •  The Comcast Center  •  Hartford, CT
July 24  •  Merriweather Post Pavilion  •  Columbia, MD
July 25  •  Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach  •  Virginia Beach, VA
July 26  •  Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood  •  Atlanta, GA
July 27  •  Central Florida Fairgrounds  •  Orlando, FL
July 28  •  Cruzan Amphitheatre  •  West Palm Beach, FL
July 29  •  Vinoy Park  •  St. Petersburg, FL
July 30  •  Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre  •  Charlotte, NC
July 31  •  Riverbend Music Center  •  Cincinnati, OH
August 1  •  Marcus Amphitheatre  •  Milwaukee, WI
August 4  •  White River Amphitheatre  •  Auburn, WA
August 5  •  Rose Quarter Riverfront  •  Portland, OR