Check out our exclusive photo gallery from the GIGANT3s Tour featuring Marc Anthony, Chayanne, and Marco Antonio Solis at the Amway Center in Orlando Read the rest of this entry
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
Since May 4th, post-hardcore legends Thrice have been on a nationwide farewell tour. Supporting them on this tour are Animals as Leaders and o’brother. On May 16th, their farewell tour rolled through Orlando’s House of Blues.
The night began with indie-post rock band o’brother. Over the past two years, o’brother has become one of my favorite touring bands. Their 30-minute set on this tour is equal parts loud and haunting, and their songs are complex, but subtly catchy. Their show included several songs from their new album, “Garden Window”.
Following o’bro was Animals as Leaders. Their unique style of instrumental rock is very interesting, to say the least. If you haven’t heard of AAL, they are comprised of one drummer and two guitar players, both of whom play 8-string, detuned guitars. Their lights show is very dark, but projected visualizations of their music flash on the stage. Read the rest of this entry
We caught up with Ben Bruce of Asking Alexandria at their Orlando stop of the Still Reckless Tour last month. Check out what he had to say! Read the rest of this entry
Swedish DJ Avicii brought his House For Hunger Charity tour to the UCF Arena in Orlando last week, drawing some of his biggest crowds to date! Avicii and his manager have pledged to donate 1 Million dollars of the tour profit to House For Hunger, a charity working to feed the needy in America. Check out our exclusive photo gallery from the show by CLICKING HERE !! Read the rest of this entry
ORLANDO, FLORIDA [January 24, 2012] – Sunday night, the Amway Center hosted Jason Aldean’s ‘My Kinda Party’ tour with special guests Luke Bryan, Lauren Alaina, and Dee Jay Silver. Jason Aldean’s “Kinda Party” turned out to be a sold out one. Orlando fans partied at the Amway Center while setting a new concert attendance record of 16,014. The previous attendance record of 15,996 was set by Bon Jovi on May 15, 2011.
“We were honored to have one of country music’s most revered artist’s play our venue,” stated Amway Center Executive Director, Allen Johnson. “Orlando loves Jason Aldean and this new attendance record proves the unmatchable loyalty and energy of Central Florida fans.”
“Nothing’s hotter than country music right now, and K92FM will continue to lead the charge in supporting and promoting all the great shows coming to the new Amway Center,” said Debbie Morel, Vice President and General Manager of Cox Media Group. “Last night was a perfect example of how Orlando loves country music!”
There’s no stopping Jason Aldean; he has clearly set himself apart from the rest and he definitely knows how to throw a party. Read the rest of this entry
Rise Against recently unleashed their 2012 Endgame Tour on the US, and along with A Day To Remember and The Menzingers, they brought the rock!! While The Menzingers were nothing to write home about, A Day To Remember could have easily taken the headlining spot with all of their production and insane hometown crowd energy! Rise Against played an endless setlist of songs that drove the crowd wild! A fully sold out arena singing every song word for word is an incredible thing to see. Check out our exclusive photo gallery from this show, and stay tuned for more coverage from the next leg of this tour! Read the rest of this entry
August Burns Red are currently tearing up the US on a major headline tour along side Silverstein, Texas In July, and Letlive. At a recent stop in Orlando at the House Of Blues, ABR brought the mosh to a sold out crowd! Atop 5 large ego risers and bathed by strobe lights and a heavy fog, the band kicked off their set with “Empire,” then continued to play 15 songs, wreaking havoc on the fans going crazy in the pit. The set seemed to feature guest vocals from the lead singers of every opening band on the tour. Highlights included a crazy drum solo during leveler, and Jake Luhrs throwing the mic into the crowd on more than one occasion for the fans to sing with him. ABR ended the night with “composure,” leaving the crowd screaming for more. The band hinted that they would be back very soon, so look forward to a busy 2012 from August Burns Red! Read the rest of this entry