Warped Tour 2013 is well underway now, and Fuse is back on the road shooting the second season of Warped Roadies! We're giving you behind-the-scenes access throughout the tour via the Warped Roadies Twitter account, but just like last year, we've upped the ante by inviting some guest tweeters to take over the account on some days of the tour.
Check out the schedule of Twitter takeovers below, and make sure you keep an eye out for any additions!
6/16 - Australian post-hardcore outfit The Amity Affliction kicks off our summer Twitter takeovers!
6/19 - Pop-punk act The Swellers are supporting their new self-released EP this summer, and will release a new album later this year via No Sleep Records.
6/20 - Florida's Set It Off is playing Warped Tour for the first time this year.
6/21 - Reunited with original singer Craig Owens, Chiodos is playing the main stage all summer.
6/22 - Monte Pittman is a versatile guitar player whose solo career is gaining major traction.
6/23 - Fresh off the release of their new album Everblack, The Black Dahlia Murder plays a pounding brand of metalcore.
6/27 - With the February release of its sixth studio album, This Is How the Wind Shifts, Silverstein's heavy brand of screamo brings a veteran presence to the Monster Energy Stage.
6/28 - Hawthorne Heights is back on Warped Tour for the first time since 2007, playing new songs along with their huge older hits.
6/29 - Alvarez Kings is an award-winning indie band from the UK.
7/1 - Five Knives released their new EP, The Rising, this year.
7/2 - Never Shout Never is supporting a new album, Sunflower, which comes out July 2 via Sire Records.
7/3 - Los Angeles-based electronic act Stephan Jacobs brings a party to Warped this year.
7/5 - Canadian alt-rockers Acres of Lions crash Warped Tour for a one-off performance in Toronto.
7/6 - Shane Bunting is a Canadian rapper who performs under the moniker Madchild, and he's on the Spotify Stage all summer.
7/9 - Superstar pop act 3OH!3 just released Omens on June 18 and are using new material to take over Warped Tour.
7/10 - Pop-rockers Echosmith are a family affair, consisting of siblings Graham, Sydney, Noah and Jamie Sierota.
7/11 - Acoustic Basement ringleader and terrific solo act Brian Marquis will give us a unique behind-the-scenes look.
7/12 - Story of the Year is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its celebrated album Page Avenue this year.
7/13 - Fresh off its first album in six years, New Years Day is experiencing a career revival in 2013.
7/14 - Former frontman of The Academy Is..., William Beckett, is playing the Acoustic Basement while supporting his career as a solo artist. His debut full-length comes out in August.
7/15 - Canadian indie rockers Hey Ocean! invade the States for Warped Tour.
7/16 - Metalcore group Texas In July made a splash with its self-titled record last year, and continues its momentum on Warped this year.
7/17 - The British metalcore act Architects UK (not to be confused with the American band of the same name) continue to support their 2012 full-length, Daybreaker.
7/18 - Kevin Rife – merch guy for The Black Dahlia Murder – gives us the insider's look at what life is like slinging cloth for a band on the road all summer.
7/19 - Main stage act Memphis May Fire is supporting its 2012 full-length, Challenger.
7/21 - Kenny from Warped Roadies gives us a peek behind the scenes!
7/22 - The Amity Affliction will tweet us through a day off for Warped Tour.
7/23 - One of the most impressive up-and-coming pop-punk groups, Real Friends is following in the footsteps of The Wonder Years and The Story So Far, and drawing larger and larger crowds every day to boot.
7/24 - The Early November is marching on with its reunion on Warped Tour this summer.
7/25 - San Antonio-based DJ/producer Crizzly takes us through life during punk rock summer camp when you're not a punk rocker.
7/26 - Wallpaper is an electronic pop project started by Ricky Reed, and their new album, Ricky Reed Is Real, is out on July 23.
7/27 - Citizen is a leader of Run For Cover Records' grunge-y movement, and they're young too - singer Mat Kerekes just turned 19 years old.
7/28 - Like Moths To Flames recently headlined the Rise Records Tour, and will release An Eye for An Eye via the label on July 9.
7/29 - Rise Records metalcore act Woe, Is Me is playing a new song called "Stand Up" on Warped Tour, from a new EP called American Dream, coming out later this summer.
7/30 - Australia's Tonight Alive blends soaring vocals from their frontwoman, Jenna McDougall, with a pop-punk energy. Their new album, The Other Side, comes out in September.
7/31 - With two full-length records under their belt now, pop-rockers Go Radio bring catchy melodies to the Tilly's stage.
8/1 - We Came As Romans will release their new album, Tracing Back Roots, on July 23.
8/2 - Forever The Sickest Kids is releasing their new album, J.A.C.K., on June 25, still going strong with their infectious pop-rock.
8/3 - With the April release of Legendary, its first album on Fearless Records, The Summer Set carry plenty of momentum into Warped Tour.
8/4 - One of the largest metalcore bands on the tour, blessthefall will draw enormous crowds this year en route to releasing Hollow Bodies on August 20.