Jul 05

Bardown Breakdown Tour featuring Cowabunga! (Reunion Show) + Flight Club + Outatime! + Seneca Burns + Kings of the Wild Things + Keep Your Secrets

Bardown Breakdown Tour featuring Cowabunga! (Reunion Show),

Jammin Java All Ages
Doors 6:30PM | Show 7:30PM

About the event

Cowabunga! (Reunion Show)

Northern Virginia Easy-Core band Cowabunga! comes back after 10 years for a one night reunion. For Fans Of: Four Years Strong, Chunk No Captain Chunk, Kid Liberty.


Ouatime! is an Orlando-based, pop punk collective consisting of Michael Forbes (vocals), Tony Murphy (bass/vocals), Tony Alicea (drums), and Justin Robertson (guitar). OT! is known for their explosive live show, driven by thrashing instrumentals and catchy, relatable lyrics and their signature sound that’s earned them apt comparisons to their biggest influences.

Seneca Burns

Have you ever felt like your back was against the wall with no way out? Like you had the weight of the world and everyone in it on your shoulders? If so, you’re everything that the members of Seneca Burns personally relate to. Driving guitar riffs, perpetual intensity, and a megaphone for the mind, Seneca Burns are four star cross’d musicians who came together at the apex of one of the world’s toughest times to reanimate that Mid 2000s sound “One More Time”

Kings of the Wild Things

Kings of the Wild Things is a Pop Punk band from Towson, Maryland. They have opened for Warped Tour favorites such as All Time Low, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Escape the Fate, and Makeout along with touring with bands such as the Dollyrots and Save Ferris. On May 12th 2023 they dropped their newest EP “Call Us Blockbuster, Cause It’s The End Of An Era.”

Flight Club

“True Rock. True with no E, Rock with no C — Tru Rok.” This is the sound of Richmond’s Flight Club

“Tru rok, if I had to say it was one thing it would be Foo Fighters meets Four Year Strong — ‘Foo Year Strong’,” said guitarist Charlie Mahoney when describing the four-piece band’s music. “Cause it has that aggressive bouncy part of it from Four Year, and where it gets a little bit heavier is the Foo Fighters, who’s just a rock and roll band.”

Keep Your Secrets

Despite their catchy hooks and major-key pop punk sound, Keep Your Secrets’ new record explores weighty topics like heartbreak, betrayal, mental illness, structural racism, and climate grief. Fronted by a Black woman and composed of all-POC members, this up-and-coming band aspires to shatter glass ceilings and share their innovative sound worldwide.

This show is at Jammin Java

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