And they're going to honour their debut album.
After a week of teasing and counting down, The Maine have announced that they're bringing back their multi-day music festival 8123 Fest.
This is only the second 8123 Fest the band have hosted, with the first in 2017 celebrating the band's 10th birthday. This time they're celebrating another 10 year anniversary- the release of their debut album 'Can't Stop Won't Stop'
It's set to go down over three days, from January 18 through January 20, 2019 in the band's hometown of Phoenix, Arizona.
And to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the release of their debut album 'Can't Stop Won't Stop', they'll be playing the album in full at the festival for the first time ever (and last time ever).
We couldn’t be happier to announce that 8123 fest is back in January! 3 days, bigger lineup, and we couldn’t help but notice today is the 10th anniversary of our first album #CSWS.. to celebrate we will perform the album in full for the first & last time. https://t.co/ZetcQvy3Se pic.twitter.com/uimgLRUK7m— The Maine (@themaine) July 8, 2018
Happy 10th birthday to our first born album!!!! We are throwing you a party January 19th in Phoenix. Yep. 8123 fest is back. After all these years what song is your favorite from CSWS!???? pic.twitter.com/XVoseHAHjt— The Maine (@themaine) July 9, 2018
With additional guests on the line-up yet to be announced, 8123 Fest is certain to be huge. The 2017 event featured sets from The Summer Set and Speak Low If You Speak Love, so with the band teasing a "bigger lineup", it's safe to say that 8123 Fest is not to be missed.