The Maine Announces the Return of 8123 Fest For 2019

Stephen Denton
The Maine

The band will play their first album 'Can't Stop, Won't Stop' in full at the event.

In honor of the ten-year anniversary for the release of The Maine's first full-length album Can't Stop, Won't Stop, the band is bringing back their 8123 Fest, scheduled for Jan. 18-20, 2019 in Phoenix, Ariz.

The band will play Can't Stop, Won't Stop in its entirety and release a limited edition vinyl pressing of the 2008 album, which peaked at No. 14 on Billboard's Top Rock Albums chart. The band will also curate the lineup and experience of 8123; the 2017 version saw performances by The Summer Set, The Technicolors, John The Ghost and special reunion sets from Brighten, This Century, and A Rocket To The Moon.

The Maine is currently touring on the final Vans Warped Tour and then will head into the studio this fall.

"8123 Fest will act as the band's welcome back bash -- giving fans their first chance to catch the band live after their touring break spent recording," a press release announcing the festival explains.

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