A rare three-hour footage from New Jersey’s public access show “Anti-TV” at the 1997 Warped Tour provides a raw and unfiltered glimpse into one of the most iconic music festivals of the late ’90s. Known for its unconventional and gritty approach to broadcasting, “Anti-TV” focused on subcultures and alternative lifestyles, making the Warped Tour, with its mix of punk rock, ska, and extreme sports, a perfect match for the show’s ethos.

This extensive footage offers an immersive experience, featuring interviews with bands, live performances, and candid moments with festival-goers. Viewers can expect up-close performances from renowned bands such as Blink-182, No Doubt, and The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, as well as behind-the-scenes interactions that capture the vibrant and chaotic energy of the tour.

The video showcases the vibrant spirit of the Warped Tour in 1997, providing a nostalgic look back at a pivotal moment in music history. Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity to witness the magic of one of the most influential music festivals of its time.

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