Concert Experiences

A collation of blog posts which involves reviews and thoughts of live events, concerts, festivals and gigs.

Palaye’s prohibitive heist to new heights, Patty Walters homesick homage to 20th century emo and Madden’s monotonous mulling over eternal beholden. Slam Dunk South Festival 2018 eradicated everything quintessentially Alternative from the tip of the 50 plus lively line up to the top of the colourful array of once beer bound paper cups, with pop-punk taking it’s steady stance on the waging war on single use plastic whilst wailing to…

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Harry Haribo, raised roses, Mitch moves and rotating rubik’s. ‘Harry Styles Live On Tour’ hosts a sanctuary of liberation to be whoever you are and whoever you want to be where the arena audience relishes in the rockstars riptide of new songs, old classics and cover embodiments all the while bearing an unofficial welcome to the final London show, hope your wearing your best regalia clothes atmospheric essence. Upscaling timid…

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Rolling out the crimson carpet, mellow moments and tranquil tones Horan hosted a gig that felt like a home away from home from the comfort of a living room it was that luxuriate. A balance of nostalgic One Direction’s classic catalogue, medley mix of modern and ceaseless covers, unreleased surprise songs and the more focused Flicker features delivered a showstopper of all the self expressions and a spectrum of uncontainable…

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They say love you’s are meaningful moments and are hard honesties to admit, but the rate Alex Gaskarth was throwing them around was like speaking a fluent language. Adolescent antics of nipple tissue showing tantalising tantrum throwing with additions of alcoholic beverages waving aimlessly in the air by underage looking adults amongst the audience, All Time Low was six feet under the poppin’ production and stellar sounds of exultant ecstatic elements and reminiscent ravenous rock…

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Californian collective and long serving band Blink-182 sadly brought their UK leg of their 2017 tour to a conundrum last week with a string of shows spanning over the course of 2 weeks. Touring arena venues throughout location’s within England including the First Direct Arena Leeds, Motorpoint Arena Nottingham, and the o2 Arena London in aid of their Summer 16 release, album California. Whilst bassist Mark Hoppus is exploring the wonders…

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