On Nov. 04, Beartooth brought all of their aggression to Upstate Concert Hall in Clifton Park, NY.
Metal fans of all ages gathered to see Hatebreed perform for what frontman Jamey Jasta recalls as their 21st year performing live.
A night of beer drinking and classic rock n’ roll perfectly describe The Cult’s performance at Upstate Concert Hall, April 2.
A night of diving into the crowd, jumping on fans backs and expressing indignation towards Donald Trump don’t begin to describe the crazy acts at Silverstein’s headlining show at Upstate Concert Hall last Monday.
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.
Any time Black Veil Brides announces a tour, you know that they are going to bring all they’ve got. The energy and hype for a Black Veil Brides show is outrageous, with fans waiting outside for three or four hours before doors open in freezing cold temperatures just to get a good view of their favorite band. With opening bands Drama Club, Set It Off and direct support Falling In Reverse added to the tour, the energy and activity inside Upstate NY’s Upstate Concert Hall this Friday was just where it needed to be.
As Halloween weekend came to an end, Love and Theft, and Joel Crouse kept the party going at Upstate Concert Hall in Clifton Park New York, a smaller concert venue in the upstate area.
The spike in popularity of country music in New York and the rest of the northeast over the last few years has resulted in an abundance of growth, development and increased appreciation of of the genre by many who may not have given it a chance in the past. New York City’s first county music radio station in decades and their first county music festival ever have arisen from this growth that has also allowed up and coming artists to play in smaller venues on Long Island, NYC and upstate New York. In the past, only the biggest superstars of country music came to Long Island and NYC, and when they did, they played in enormous venues (Madison Square Garden, Jones Beach etc.) that are inaccessible to many due to cost.
I had the amazing opportunity to catch the Break Down the Walls Tour at Upstate Concert Hall in Clifton Park last week featuring Asking Alexandria, August Burns Red, We Came as Romans, Crown the Empire and Born of Osiris. Before the night even started it was clear this show was going to be an amazing one based off the lineup and the sold out crowd. Any of these bands could easily have headlined their own show and done a fantastic job but together the show was beyond words.