On a scorching day in Orlando, we bounced around from stage to stage and took hundreds of photos. Over the past two weeks, we shared some with our Facebook fans and a few collections here on our website. If you missed any of them, here’s your chance, as we have everything linked in one convenient spot.
My first time seeing these lads from Las Vegas and they delivered a memorable set that had the crowd absolutely ecstatic. It was the most passionate I saw the crowd for any performance during the day, and these guys delivered a memorable, energy packed thirty minutes.
I’ve seen The Maine before so I knew they put on a good show, but I have to say I was pleasantly surprised with their Vans Warped Tour set. They took the stage dressed in matching blue dress slacks and pressed white dress shirts, and then, the sharp dressed men tore it up. Front man John O’Callaghan was dynamic and engaging throughout the set, as he interacted with the crowd constantly. He was never more in his element than when he pulled a young man up on stage who had no idea what he was listening to.
These guys started in Tallahassee and kicked off their fun set with an homage to their hometown with the Seminole War Chant and a nice rendition of the Tomahawk Chop. They delivered an energetic set that entertained their avid fans.
You can read Philip Snyder’s review HERE.
Vinyl records were the quintessential format for many years before digital became a thing. In recent years though, there has been a resurgence of the vinyl format. With vinyl’s popularity increasing, there are many reasons why vinyl records are considered a superior format than their digital counterpart. Below are just a few.
They’re one of Florida’s most successful alternative rock bands of all time and after a tremendously successful career, the Jacksonville quartet has decided to call it quits. But not until they release YELLOWCARD, their tenth album, and treat their fans to one final tour, where they wrap it all up with a show right here in Orlando.
There aren’t many better ways to spend a Friday night in Orlando than catching an entertaining rock show at the cozy Backbooth downtown. I recently caught Tiny Moving Parts at the cozy club on Pine Street.