The pride and joy of Victorville, Face To Face blasted through with a hit-heavy set. Singer/guitarist Trever Keith joked throughout their set, saying they have been cashing in on their reunion for over two years. Keith asked the crowd, “How many of you are old like we are?” which garned a number of cheers and groans. “A-Ok”, “Velocity”, “Big Choice”, “Bill of Goods” and the major KROQ staple “Disconnected” were slashed out in record time. Keith hinted that some new material is in the works as they are scheduled to embark on the Warped Tour this summer.
Clown princes of punk rock NOFX were probably the biggest draw of the whole weekend. The only thing “Fat” about Fat Mike is his basslines, as they had the beers flying into the photo pit at the start of “Linoleum.” Their 20-plus set list was cut short due to time constraints but they did manage to play “Leave It Alone,” “Don't Call Me White,” “Stick In My Eye” and “Eat The Meek.” After spotting a Bad Religion banner in the crowd, they proceeded to cover Bad Religion's “We're Only Gonna Die” with a guest vocal spot from Bad Religion's guitarist Greg Hetson. NOFX also managed to lampoon Orange County when they played “Jesusland” and dedicated it to all the “Weird Christians in OC.” No one is safe from the venom of NOFX.