The Huntington State Beach-based Surf City Blitz was such a smashing hit that not only will it be back in 2019, but so will we. Food, motorcycles, fun, and tons of punk… here’s a list of our TOP 8 highlights, not to mention killer galleries, of each day’s sights and sounds.
Sabaton and Kreator headed out on a co-headlining tour, with the support of Cyhra, and stopped at The Paramount Theater in Huntington, NY on a chilly Sunday evening.
Bayside hit the road on their Walking Wounded 10 Year Anniversary tour and on September 9th, made a stop at The Paramount in Huntington NY.
When Mayday Parade took the stage of The Paramount on May 11th, 2017, everyone in the room was instantly transported to a place of nostalgia and worry-free joy.
Pierce the Veil and Sum 41 hit New York at The Paramount for their co-headlining “We Will Detonate” tour on May 7th.
On February 18th, ska punks Less Than Jake hit the stage once again at The Paramount in Huntington, New York.
Hawaiian rock band Pepper hit the stage at The Paramount on February 18th, 2017 and got the crowd amped ahead of headliner Less Than Jake.
On October 1st, 2016, Bad Religion hit the second day of their “Vox Populi Tour” at The Paramount in Huntington, NY. Fans of all different ages came out to see this show; Bad Religion is a punk legend, having released more than 300 songs, there was no way this was a show to be missed.
Bullet For My Valentine hit New York again on their U.S. tour and played The Paramount in Huntington.
Epitaph Records metallers, Parkway Drive, played the Paramount on November 16th, and the show was fantastic! Winston McCall’s gritty metalcore voice had the crowd going crazy; there was not one person who wasn’t off their feet, jumping and yelling along with him.
Miss May I put on an amazing Monday night show at the Paramount in NY on November 16th, 2015. Their use of clean and unclean vocals mash together perfectly and helped to created the perfect melodic metalcore show!