Summer is almost here, which means for fans of punk, emo and rock music it's time for Warped Tour. The tour that was once hailed as "punk rock summer camp" will once again be making its rounds across the U.S. in 2016. The 2016 Vans Warped Tour will from June 24 through Aug. 13 this summer and will once again give bands the opportunity to play to new fans and for fans to find their next favorite group.

The lineup for this year's tour is expected to be announced Tuesday at 6 p.m. EDT. So far, New Found Glory and Less Than Jake are going to be a part of the 2016 Warped Tour, according to The rest of the lineup has reportedly leaked online, but hasn't been confirmed just yet. The tweet below suggests the bands involved include Falling In Reverse, Yellowcard, Four Year Strong, State Champs, Real Friends, Reel Big Fish, Mayday Parade, Issues, Sleeping with Sirens and the Story So Far. 

This summer marks Warped Tour's 21st season after the traveling rock show celebrated it's 20th anniversary last year. Before you head out for another summer at the Warped Tour, here's all the information we've gathered up that you need to know when purchasing your tickets.

How to Get Tickets: Tickets for this year's tour go on sale Tuesday, March 22 at 10 a.m. EDT. According to the Warped Tour website, the first 500 tickets sold will get a download of the 50 Song Warped compilation.

Prices: Right now tickets appear to range in price from $41 to $45 on Live Nation. For example, for the show in Wantagh, New York at Nikon at Jones Beach Theater, tickets are going for $44. The Warped Tour website said the earlier you buy tickets, the cheaper tickets will be. If you choose to buy tickets later prices could go up.

Concert Dates and Locations: Warped Tour will begin on June 24 in Dallas and will run through Aug. 13 in Portland, Oregon. Syracuse will host its first warped tour ever in 2016, while the shows will also visit several familiar locations. Once the band announcements are made, the lineup could vary based on location as it has in the past. Below are a list of all tour dates:

  • June 24: Dallas at the Gexa Energy Pavilion           
  • June 25: San Antonio, Texas, at the AT&T Center
  • June 26: Houston at NRG Park-Main Street Lot            
  • June 27: New Orleans at Mardi Gras World
  • June 29: Nashville at the Fairgrounds Nashville               
  • June 30: Atlanta at the Lakewood Amphitheater              
  • July 1: St. Petersburg, Florida, at Vinoy Park      
  • July 2: Orlando, Florida, at Tinker Field    
  • July 3: West Palm Beach, Florida, at Perfect Vodka Amphitheater at the South Florida Fairgrounds
  • July 5: Charlotte, North Carolina, at PNC Music Pavilion Charlotte   
  • July 6: Virginia Beach, Virginia, at Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater at Virginia Beach
  • July 7: Syracuse, New York, at Lakeview Amphitheater
  • July 8: Camden, New Jersey, at BB&T Pavilion                
  • July 9: Wantagh, New York, at Nikon at Jones Beach Amphitheater
  • July 10: Hartford, Connecticut, at the Xfinity Theater        
  • July 11: Scranton, Pennsylvania, at the Pavilion at Montage Mountain 
  • July 13: Mansfield, Massachusetts, at the Xfinity Center
  • July 14: Darien Center, New York, at Darien Lake PAC
  • July 15: Burgettstown, Pennsylvania, at First Niagra Pavilion 
  • July 16: Columbia, Maryland, at Merriweather Post Pavilion
  • July 17: Holmdel, New Jersey, at PNC Bank Arts Center          
  • July 19: Noblesville, Indiana, at Klipsch Music Center       
  • July 20: Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, at Blossom Music Center
  • July 21: Cincinnati at Riverbend Music Center    
  • July 22: Auburn Hills, Michigan, at The Palace at Auburn Hills  
  • July 23: Tinley Park, Illinois, at Hollywood Casino Amphitheater 
  • July 24: Shakopee, Minnesota, at Canterbury Park 
  • July 26: Milwaukee at Marcus Amphitheater       
  • July 27: Maryland Heights, Missouri, at Hollywood Casino Amphitheater              
  • July 28: Bonners Spring, Kansas, at Providence Medical Center Amphitheater                                    
  • July 30: Salt Lake City, Utah, at Utah State Fairpark    
  • July 31: Denver at Pepsi Center Arena Lot            
  • Aug. 1: Albuquerque, New Mexico, at Ballon Fiesta Park
  • Aug. 2: Scotsdale, Arizona, at Salt River Fields                           
  • Aug. 5: San Diego at Qualcomm Stadium at Jack Murphy Field  
  • Aug. 6: Mountain View, California, at Shoreline Amphitheater    
  • Aug. 7: Pomona, California, at Pomona Fairplex                     
  • Aug. 9: Las Vegas at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino                                   
  • Aug. 11: Nampa, Idaho, at Ford Idaho Center 
  • Aug. 12: Auburn, Washington, at White River Amphitheater
  • Aug. 13: Portland, Oregon, at Portland Expo Center