Review and Photos by Rachel Amato
All Time Low’s Future Hearts Tour kicked off at the Tsongas Center in Lowell, MA on April 15 with support from Issues, Tonight Alive and State Champs. The crowd showed up early and packed into the venue quickly, excited for the night to start. With four outstanding bands the night was certainly set to be a night to remember.
The Zombie 5 tour hit The Palladium in Worcester, MA on April 10 with four great bands on what promised to be a night to remember for all in attendance. The Devil Wears Prada were supported by The Word Alive, Born of Osiris, and SECRETS. All four bands brought energy and enthusiasm to the stage!
The Glamour Kills Spring Break 2015 tour hit Game Changer World in Howell, NJ on April 3. Fans lined up outside waiting to see some great local bands and of course tour headliners Set it Off with support from Against the Current, As it Is, and Roam. The night was set to be a great night based off of the bill but the performances given by each band certainly exceeded expectations and gave fans a great show and a night they will not soon forget.
On March 14th, 2015 The Ashes to Ashes Tour with took the stage with The Family Ruin, Sworn In, Carnifex, and Chelsea Grin at Gramercy Theater. The show was incredible. The energy every band brought to the stage was amazing and the fans really responded.
New Found Glory’s Sleep When I Die! tour hit the Paramount on Long Island on March 29 with support from Turnstile, This Wild Life and Turnover. The tour was set to be a great one based off of the line up but expectations were certainly exceeded from the amount of live energy and enthusiasm each band brought to the stage. Continue reading
The Stronger Than Faith tour hit The Chance Theater in Poughkeepsie, NY on March 11 with a fantastic lineup and a pumped up crowd. Suicide Silence was supported by Emmure, Within The Ruins, and Fit For an Autopsy.
Imagine 20 degree weather, fresh snow on the ground, freezing rain falling from the sky; sounds like a perfect night to stay home, doesn’t it? Well a little winter didn’t stop hundreds of fans from waiting on line at the local Huntington Paramount Theater to seeing their favorite Celtic Bands on the Celtic Punk Invasion Tour. The Dropkick Murphy’s, The Mahones, Blood or Whiskey, and Bryan McPherson played their hearts out at the greenest night of the year, besides Saint Patrick’s Day. Continue reading
Review by Taylor Ostrick
Thomas Rhett recently took a night off from his opening slot on Florida Georgia Line’s huge Anything Goes Tour to play a headlining show at Huntington’s local venue, the Paramount Theater on Long Island. Enthusiastic fans packed the venue to see one of country music’s most promising young stars perform and Rhett rewarded them with the charisma, stage presence and charm that fans have grown to love. His sense of humor, and energy on stage have set him apart from his peers as a performer and make his shows a must see for any country music lover. His concert at the Paramount was no different, as he put on a show that undoubtedly left fans excited for his next Long Island appearance.
The Snocore Tour hit Upstate Concert Hall in Clifton Park, NY last week with a fantastic lineup and excited crowd. Flyleaf was supported by Adeltia’s Way, Framing Hanley, and Fit for Rivals; all four bands brought something unique and exciting to the show along with the high energy from the bands and crowd the night was sure to be an enjoyable one for all in attendance.