Hundreds of music fans headed to Sleep Train Amphitheater Thursday as the Vans Warped Tour rolled through Wheatland.
The touring music festival is celebrating 20 years of high energy rock. The very first Warped Tour featured the Def Tones, No Doubt and Sublime. This year Bowling for Soup, Breathe Carolina and The Ready Set took the main stage. Dozens of internationally touring and Sacramento-area bands played on stages throughout the venue.
News10's Cristina Mendonsa took in the flavor at this year's tour and sat down with two of the biggest acts --
alternative pop singer-songwriter Jordan, a.k.a The Ready Set, and ska punk band Less Than Jake -- to ask them about the tour, new projects and what it takes to keep touring fresh 20 years later.