Monthly Archives: June 2012

LMFAO Sorry For Party Rocking Tour

LMFAO brought their high energy Sorry For Party Rocking Tour to Orlando’s Amway Center last Saturday night. With a long list of opening acts including Matthew Koma, Sidney Samson, Fast East Movement, and Joy Island (who were being filmed for a new E! Network reality show, Opening Act, premiering on July 9th), the party was nonstop from start to finish almost 5 hours later! Read the rest of this entry

Roger Waters – The Wall Live Tour 2012

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Ben Packard

AVICII LE7ELS Tour – Tampa Bay Times Forum

Swedish DJ AVICII kicked off his highly anticipated LE7ELS tour last week at the Tampa Bay Times Forum, raising the bar in the EDM scene. With a massive stage set that blows Skrillex out of the water, AVICII drew thousands of fans out who were ready to party! Tim (Bergling) played over 2 hours of nonstop mixes, sending the crowd into frenzy. An hour and a half into the show, the giant head on stage began to rise, and Avicii flew out over the crowd into the middle of the arena, bringing the party even that much closer to the fans. Read the rest of this entry

The Used and Dead Sara at House Of Blues Orlando

Dead Sara opened up the show for headlining band, The Used, in Orlando on May 27th as apart of The Used headlining tour promoting their newest release, Vulnerable. I have never head of Dead Sara before, and when sound checking, the four piece band made up of two female guitarists, Emily Armstrong, who is also the vocalist, Siouxsie Medley, Sean Friday on drums and Chris Null playing bass.  It was a different combination for the music scene today, but let me tell you, it worked, and it worked well.  If I had to describe Dead Sara’s sound, it was a mix between old Paramore with a southern twist to it. On their first song, “Test On My Patience”, lights were low, sound was soft, and the crowd didn’t really expect much of anything, they were just excited for The Used to play right after them, but the beat got faster, the intensity was building, and when the lights went in full effect as Emily’s vocal range soared above anyone’s expectations, I knew this band has something different about them. They put on one hell of a show, and I fully encourage anyone to check this band out.   Read the rest of this entry