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I've seen almost 10 shows this
summer and by far this is the best
overall production this summer.
Wow. Great crowd response,
participation, and light show was best
Caleb D from Cincinnati, Ohio
Don't listen to Byron, the bands lead man didn't talk bad about the sound and light
crew. He just mentioned going through 3 mics, the overall concert was amazing. The
stage was awesomely designed, the band was a thrill to watch and listen to and the
lead man tied everything together in one bow.
Nathan Bellamy from Toledo, Ohio
Bad ass concert. Ivan moody worked the audience like a champ. True professionals and top notch performers. Badwolves killed it. Three days was good best show I've been to in a long time. Positive vibe.
Edwardo from North Charleston, South Carolina
That shit was tight as a mf. Done a great job. Absolutely best convert ever.
Josh from Birmingham, Alabama
FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH
They were awesome. The only thing is that I thought was FFDP didn't play long enough. The other 2 bands sounded great as well. I don't care what other people say it was pretty bad ass. I would definitely recommend seeing them and seeing them again. I'm not really a country fan but I really liked it. They sounded live just like they sound on the radio or internet(etc). It's several hours after and I want more.
Yep, Mom from Washington, District of Columbia
GREAT CONCERT, BUT FRONTMAN DID INSULT PEOPLE
Amazing songs, light show, energy. That said, Bryon is right: the frontman did diss the stage crew (hello, someone named Peter was specifically called out). I didn't hear him refer to another band as "queers," but if my 15-year-old had, she would have marched out dragging me along. The band is obviously patriotic, but as far as I'm concerned, that should include everyone. So the star rating is for the show, but I'm not sure I'd support them in any way again unless the rhetoric changes. We don't HAVE to stomp on the vulnerable to be "bad company." (And when you're holding the mic with tens of thousands of people there to see you, yeah, everyone else is vulnerable.)
Byron from Syracuse, New York
(D)IVA-N MOODY, UNBEARABLE
Terrible from beginning to end. Talked bad
about the sound and light crew, called the
band Trapt “queers” out of seemingly no where
then just as abruptly started talking about
supporting our troops, as though he gave one
crap about another human being other than
himself. Truly insufferable, will not see again
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