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Just got back from We The Kings / The Summer Set / Hot Chelle Ray and 2 other bands in Pontiac. It was my second time seeing We The Kings and I'm amazed at how good a show thy put on, so much fun.

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Yes and Styx at Nikon Jones Beach Theater on July 11. They were both incredible and the whole concert just oozed of sheer rock, I loved it!

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I saw Soundgarden at Jones Beach on July 9th. Awesome show, but the crowd stunk, not much energy. And this past Sunday, I saw Backstreet Boys/New Kids on the Block. It wasn't too bad. I will say that I went with my sister, cousin, girlfriend and her sister. Still, pretty entertaining.

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I saw STRFKER tonight. Oh my god, it was absolutely amazing. There was so much dancing, and the crowd was so into it. The band was absolutely great, too, they do an amazing job of blending electric and acoustic music. I even got to high five one of the band members and congratulate him after the show!

 

Edit: The audio is terrible, but this should give you an idea of what the show was like:

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Thousand Foot Krutch/Mercy Me/a bunch of others at The Rock n' Worship Roadshow in Sacramento in March. The other bands were kinda cool but I really only cared about TFK because they're my favorite band. I got to meet them and get autographs too.

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The last concert i was at was The Bloody Beetroots @ The Guvernment during their 2010 Death Crew 77 Tour. It was the loudest, hardest, and sickest show ive been to.

 

Anyways, heres my lineup for this year:

OFWGKTA

Foster the People

SBTRKT

Deadmau5

 

And Coachella 2012 next year

 

Gonna be sweet.

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Haha, have fun! I could never handle an Odd Future show, far too much moshing for a skinny, weak kid like myself. But my friend went to their show at the Troubador in LA a few months ago and ended the concert on stage leaning on Tyler, The Creator's shoulder chanting, "kill people, burn sh**, f*** school!" Good stuff. Also, I'll also hopefully go to Coachella 2012. I went to it this year and had one of the most amazing weekends possible, you'll love it.

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I saw Buckethead for the first time at Rams Head Live last night in Baltimore. Puts on a good show like always, and I got a Star Wars toy from him.

 

Saw him with Guns 'N Roses the first time they toured with the Chinese Democracy lineup. Good stuff.

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Had a decent weekend.

 

Thursday: Excision+Deadmau5 @Hollywood Palladium (eh)

Saturday: Reid Speed+ Cyberoptics+ FS @Crest Theater in Fresno

 

Then I woke up at around 8am, drove back to LA and went straight to THE SMELL for Teenage Teardrops 5th year anniversary show with No Age, and a ton of others until around 7pm. Pretty good afternoon, really loud and someone played a set in the bathroom. The Smell is a pretty fun venue. Also, there was only 100-150 people there and some random guy was wearing a WCB 2011 shirt. small world indeed.

 

Coming up before the end of October for sure (tickets in hand):

FYF Fest @LA Historic Park

Givers @Troubadour

Panda Bear+ TV on the Radio+ Artic Monkeys+ Warpaint+ Smith Westerns @Hollywood Bowl

Star Slinger @Troubadour

Blink 182 (bleh) @Hollywood Bowl

PORTISHEAD!!!! @Shrine Auditorium

Gaelic Storm @Troubadour

 

And a few others I can't recall right now. Should make the first two months of the school year more tolerable.

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I went to a "punk" show at Ace of Spades in Sacramento yesterday. The lineup was Machete, The Carbonites, Stalking Distance, Keeping Score, and Witzend, and though the only band I had heard about prior to the show was The Carbonites (since it's my friend's band and the only reason I went, after all), I was excited for a good, fun punk show.

 

Except it wasn't. Machete was kinda sorta punkish, but more hard rock than anything else. They reminded me of Megadeth for some reason. Stalking Distance was a hardcore band. Keeping Score was a full-out, hardcore, screamo band. Witzend was a Christian rock band that didn't try to hide it at all, a la Flyleaf or The Devil Wears Prada.

 

It was a very strange, not very enjoyable show, to be honest. My friend's band didn't fit in AT ALL, and the people there just seemed lame.

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Just attended FYF Fest this past weekend at the LA Historic Park in Chinatown. It was INCREDIBLE. Very, very dusty and lots of cigarette smoke, but it was absolutely incredible. Throughout the entire day I saw: Touche Amore, Avi Buffalo, Title Fight, The Head & The Heart, Ty Seagall, OFF!, Japandroids, Cults, Cold War Kids, Kid Dynamite, Broken Social Scene, Guided by Voices, The Descendents, and Death From Above 1979. It was incredible. I cannot wait till next year's event!

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Just attended Joshua Fest this past weekend. It was great! Saw my favorite band (Thousand Foot Krutch) for the 7th time ever, and had the added bonus of getting to chat a little bit with the band members after the concert.

 

Crowd Cam:

 

I can actually see myself briefly in this video, but I'm not going to tell you which one is me. You're just going to have to believe me.

 

 

There was another band that did something like the above, I think it was Disciple. I'll have to keep my eyes open for it because I was there too bouncing up and down!

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Just attended Joshua Fest this past weekend. It was great! Saw my favorite band (Thousand Foot Krutch) for the 7th time ever, and had the added bonus of getting to chat a little bit with the band members after the concert.

Funny, my friend was just there to see Thousand Foot Krutch as well. Sounded like it was fun! I had the oppurtunity to see TFK at Fish Fest two years ago, definitely started a pit for funsies and it was pretty funny to watch all the mom's of their twelve year old sons rip them back from the pit.

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