What a weekend it was! The Atlantic City stop of the 25th Anniversary of the Vans Warped Tour provided fans with lots of great music, plenty of feels and a reminder at just how many great bands helped accelerate their career with the help of traveling festival.

The Atlantic City beachfront was rocking Sunday and Vans Warped wasn’t the only anniversary to celebrate. Blink-182 rocked the Warped crowd, refreshing their memories about their peak presence celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Enema of the State album. The 21-song set also included such non-Enema favorites as “Bored to Death,” “Feeling This,” “I Miss You” and the new song “Generational Divide” before wrapping up with “Dammit.”

Another ‘90s holdover, The Offspring, played a rocking set that included “Come Out and Play,” “Gone Away” and set closer “Self Esteem,” but also gave fans a surprise cover of AC/DC’s “Whole Lotta Rosie.”

The Rockstar Disrupt Festival also provided plenty of Sunday’s entertainment, with Andy Black, The Used, Thrice, Circa Survive, The Story So Far and Sleeping With Sirens all getting stage time while paying homage to their Warped roots. The day also gave spotlights to such acts as Set It Off, Neck Deep and plenty more.

Though Vans Warped Tour has shuttered as a traveling festival, there’s still one more celebration coming for the 25th anniversary. Get ticketing details on the Mountain View, California stop here. Check out our photo gallery from the second day of the Warped Tour’s Atlantic City stop below and revisit the Day 1 photos at this location.