Indie label Drive-Thru Records,
best known for their powerful emo/pop/punk releases, will have their own
stage at The 2002 Warped Tour. The stage will feature the label's bands Finch,
Home Grown, The Starting Line, Rx Bandits, The Movielife and Allister, along
with surprise performances by other Drive-Thru bands (and Drive-Thru
friends, Glassjaw, American Hi-Fi and Autopilot:Off ) in select markets.
There will also be a lounge tent near the stage featuring acoustic
performances by Main Stage bands who are friends with Drive-Thru artists.
The lounge will provide an area where the bands will be signing autographs
and hanging out with fans pre- and post-set.
Drive-Thru owners, Richard and Stefanie Reines say of the tour: "We've been
going to The Warped Tour since its inception, so we're honored to be a part
of it this year. It is going to be an amazing opportunity for all of our
bands to play and hang out together and meet fans from all across the