Gym Class Heroes, Dollyrots and more from Warped

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Gym Class Heroes guitarist Disashi Lumumba-Kasongo.


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McCoy on the edge.


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Dollyrots lead singer/guitarist and former Tampa Bay resident Kelly Ogden.


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Ogden points the way.


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Ogden looking out over the bay.


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Dollyrots bassist/singer and former Tampa Bay resident Luis Cabezas.


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Dollyrots drummer Chris Black.


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Backstage with We The Kings frontman/Bradenton resident Travis Clark.


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Feel the heat.


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Water line.


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Long day.

Here are some more pics from the Vans Warped Tour that went down Friday, July 11, at Vinoy Park in St. Petersburg:

Headline making Gym Class Heroes' Travis McCoy. Too bad his girl, Katy Perry, was a no-show Friday.

Gym Class Heroes flag/hype man Marc DeJesus (left) and bassist Eric Roberts offer a one-finger salute in honor of the asshole who led to McCoy's arrest.

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