Even though I haven’t been to the Warped Tour in a few years, and can’t stand the majority of bands on the bill in recent years; it was still fun to watch the behind the scenes on Warped Roadies. At least Fuse has something music-related for their network, unlike other “music” networks. Even though I like watching Warped Roadies, the lame voice-over work I could do without. Sounds like the guy is narrating a behind the scenes show at Disney World.
Fuse, the national music television network of The Madison Square Garden Company, announced today that the second season of the network’s primetime series Warped Roadies will premiere on Wednesday, December 4 at 11 p.m. ET. Season two of Warped Roadies will continue to document the lives of the roadies responsible for keeping the Vans Warped Tour rolling as it travels to 40 cities over the course of one summer. The 12-episode season delivers on the network’s continued commitment to providing fans with music-based, character-driven content as well as exclusive, backstage access to some of the most celebrated music events in the world.
Season two of Warped Roadies shadows new and old cast members alike as they pack up and hit the road for the 2013 Vans Warped Tour. Following the crew from city to city, the show gives viewers an in-depth and behind-the-scenes peek into what it takes to make one of the country’s most legendary music festivals a success. Capturing everything from the sweat that goes into setting up the 250 bands that rock the stage every day, to the wild and crazy after parties, Warped Roadies leaves no tour bus uncovered.
Warped Roadies is produced by Magilla Entertainment (Bayou Billionaires, Moonshiners, Long Island Medium) with executive producers Matthew Ostrom, Brian Flanagan and Laura Palumbo Johnson. For more information on Warped Roadies, visit fuse.tv/warpedroadies.
As the national network dedicated to music, Fuse is committed to delivering outstanding content that features the characters, stories, performances, and perspectives that make up the dynamic world of music. Warped Roadies is part of Fuse’s lineup of original music-inspired programming, which also includes: Fuse News, Fuse’s daily flagship music news program anchored by Alexa Chung and Matte Babel; Big Freedia: Queen of Bounce which follows “Bounce” pioneer Big Freedia on her journey from local New Orleans icon to national phenomenon; and Funny or Die’s Billy on the Street, a music and pop culture trivia show starring Billy Eichner. Other Fuse shows include Insane Clown Posse Theater, Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope’s twisted take on what’s new in music and popular culture, along with Top 20 Countdown and Trending 10. Additionally, Fuse covers live concerts and events, and boasts comprehensive coverage of music festivals throughout the country, including South by Southwest, Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo and the Voodoo Music Experience.