1. Take Me Out to Bamboozle!

1/19

March 27 and 28, dozens of bands took over the parking lot at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California, for two jam-packed days of heavy-hitting punk, emo, offbeat hip-hop, and everything in between.
SPIN photog Erik Voake captured all the action -- check out his photos!

2. Take Me Out to Bamboozle!

2/19

March 27 and 28, dozens of bands took over the parking lot at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California, for two jam-packed days of heavy-hitting punk, emo, offbeat hip-hop, and everything in between.
SPIN photog Erik Voake captured all the action -- check out his photos!

3. AFI

3/19

The Northern California rockers always sell the drama, hard and heavy, when they take the stage, and their Bamboozle set was no different.

4. Never Shout Never

4/19

He stripped down for an intimate performance at SPIN's SXSW loft, but at Bamboozle Left, it was nothing but big lights and big production values for Christofer Drew, aka Never Shout Never.

5. California girls

5/19

Bamboozlers show off their moves.

6. Orianthi

6/19

The teenage guitar virtuous shreds away.

7. Something Corporate

7/19

This early-'00s outfit played its first official show after five years apart at Bamboozle Left, with a lineup featuring Andrew McMahon on piano and vocals (you might know him from Jack's Mannequin), Josh Partington on guitar, Kevin "Clutch" Page on bass, and Brian Ireland on drums.

8. Circa Survive

8/19

After impressing SPIN.com at SXSW, the Philly rockers took their head pummeling show westward for Bamboozle. The night before, at the Bamboozle-related Hoodwink show, Circa played an entire set of Nirvana covers.

9. Angels & Airwaves

9/19

Not a bad band to play a show outside Angel Stadium. Fresh off the online-only release of a new album, Tom DeLonge and his band were one of Bamboozle's headliners.

10. Vita Chambers

10/19

A daytime set by Vita Chambers was a welcome change of pace -- as were the backup dancers!

11. Bouncing Souls

11/19

The New Jersey punks are still adored, even 20-plus years into their career.

12. Say Anything

12/19

The uniformly dressed Los Angeles-based quintet , fronted by Max Bemis, always conjures massive sing-alongs wherever they play.

13. Omnomnomnomnom

13/19

14. Story of the Year

14/19

Still a force to be reckoned with, the Missouri-born band hit hard and heavy.

15. The Maine

15/19

Singer John O'Callaghan hopes for an L.A. tan.

16. Dirt Nasty

16/19

Remember Simon Rex? The MTV VJ? Here he is now, as his rap alter ego Dirt Nasty.

17. Dirt Nasty -- nasty!

17/19

Guess who these girls came to see....

18. Hey Monday

18/19

The Floridian pop punkers, led by Cassadee Pope, took a break from headlining the AP Tour to play Bamboozle.

19. Peace out from Bamboozle!

19/19

Check back to SPIN.com for coverage of the East Coast's version of Bamboozle, May 1-2 in New Jersey.