I finally got to see Joyce Manor and Modern Baseball perform. With Thin Lips opening the show, the venue was filled with good energy and good performances. (Unedited photos, soon-to-be edited and uploaded via Teenlink.)
I finally went to a show after months of being too tired or busy with school work to go to one (still disappointed I didn’t see Beyoncé perform because I had to study for my final for my human bio lab). I got to see: Diet Cig, who were super energetic; Brick + Mortar, who were also energetic but more “weird”; and The Front Bottoms, whom I’ve been wanting to see since high school.
After missing tour after tour, I was finally able to see Pierce The Veil perform.
I wrote about my experience for Teenlink:
After months of rehearsals, planning, and waiting, Pierce The Veil’s and Sleeping With Siren’s co-headlining tour, World Tour, finally made its stop in The Fillmore this past February 24th in Miami. Touring with Mallory Knox and PVRIS, the show was nothing short of spectacular.
Touring for the first time in America, Mallory Knox provided a passionate performance, playing mostly songs off their first album, Signals. The UK natives got the crowd bouncing along and clapping to songs such as ‘Lighthouse,’ ‘Beggars,’ and ‘Shout at the Moon,’ as well as ‘Ghost in the Mirror’ off their sophomore album, Asymmetry. They briefly interrupted their set to address issues the crowd was faced with security.
After spending more than 157 days “hyping” the concert since we bought the tickets in May, my friends and I were finally able to see Brand New live. Brand New, who toured with Foxing and Cymbals Eat Guitars, provided an incredible performance, performing some of their most popular songs, such as “Sic Transit Gloria… Glory Fades” and “Jesus,” along with two brand new songs they showcased in previous shows in the tour.
I was “stoked” for this year’s Warped Tour ever since it was first announced that Less Than Jake, and later The Devil Wears Prada, was on the lineup. I checked Property of Zack constantly before the tour came down here, waiting for updates, hoping that bands like Dance Gavin Dance, The Wonder Years and even Streetlight Manifesto (although the chances of that happening was basically nonexistence, I still had a glimmer of hope) would join.