Leading the crop of must-see bands was Miss May I who, much like every stop of the tour, whipped the crowd into a frenzy during the Wantagh, NY stop on July 11th at Jones Beach Amphitheater.
During Warped Tour 2015 Dallas-based Memphis May Fire perfectly demonstrated their solid riffs, blasting drums, and blinding vocals led by Spokane native Matty Mullins.
At NY’s Jones Beach Amphitheater on July 11th, 2015, Illinois-based rock/pop act, Icon For Hire, were in top form for the entirety of their set… check out these awesome pics!
The Vans Warped Tour hit Jones Beach Amphitheater in Wantagh, NY on July 11 and singer/songwriter Bebe Rexha rocked her respective stage… check out these shots!
At the July 11th stop of the Vans Warped Tour, at Jones Beach Amphitheater in Wantagh, NY, Black Veil Brides rocked hard!
The solid opening act, Ghost Town, warmed up the crowd like crazy ahead of headliners Escape The Fate and Falling In Reverse.
Radke played Escape The Fate’s debut album, Dying Is Your Latest Fashion, cover to cover before coming back out again to a small but wild crowd to play with his current band Falling In Reverse.
Toted as Ronnie Radke’s three ring circus, Falling In Reverse hit the stage fresh off their appearance at the heavily-attended Rock on The Range festival in Ohio.
The crowd grew quickly for the Brit-based Bush, led from frontman Gavin Rossdale, who went on at 9:40 pm and played til just before 11pm.
Having seen Stars in Stereo a few times, and never seeing Theory of a Deadman and Bush, I was anticipating a good show at NY’s Best Buy Theater.
Theory of a Deadman played extremely well on February 24, 2015 at NY’s Best Buy Theater, as the crowd grew quickly for the Brit-based Bush.
Having seen ABR before, I knew that the young crowd would create a nonstop circle pit and hoist would-be surfers toward the stage.
Miss May I and August Burns Red, two of perhaps the most energetic metal bands to emerge in years, played to a sold out crowd at Irving Plaza.
Revolver’s “Hottest Chicks in Hard Rock” tour kicked off in North Carolina on February 20th, but on the 24th, at Irving plaza, Phoenix, AZ-based Eyes Set to Kill… well… killed it!