Fake ID's Concert History

Fake ID was an obscure pop punk band from Raynham, Massachusetts with some success in the 00s, particularly with their melodic rock cover of the O-Town' single "All or Nothing". That song appeared in the popular Fearless Records album 'Punk Goes Pop', released in 2002. Before folding, they also released a Spring 2001 demo shortly followed by a five-song EP, contributing as well to the punk compilation album 'Long Ago... And Far Away'. Influences of the group included New Found Glory and Blink-182.

Date   Concert   Venue   Location  
Sep 14, 2002 Skatefest 2002
Fairweather / Fake ID / Hot Rod Circuit / Kicked in the Head / Liars Academy / Mr. Lif feat. El-P / Lost City Angels / Mest / Midtown / Northstar / The All-American Rejects / Armor for Sleep / Brand New / Cage feat. Copywrite / Catch 22 / Dalek / The Early November / The Exit / OK Go / Open Hand / Orange Island / Phantom Planet / Recover / The Reunion Show / The Slackers / Smackin' Isaiah / Soul Position / Superdrag / Taking Back Sunday / Waltham / Yellowcard / big wig / Big D And The Kids Table
The Palladium Worcester, MA
Apr 21, 2002 Skate And Surf Festival
The Decendents / Faces To Face / Alkaline Trio / The Movielife / Thrice / Bane / Fake ID / Most Precious Blood / Quite Riot / Lords Of Semen / Poison the Well
Convention Hall Asbury Park, NJ
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