Green Day played a massive SOLD OUT show at BB&T Pavilion in Camden, NJ with support from Catfish and the Bottlemen. Check out our photo gallery and review!
The hottest festival tour of the summer, Vans Warped Tour, invaded Camden, New Jersey on Friday, July 7th.
Reel Big Fish hit the stage at the Playstation Theater on January 18th, 2017. The band was on their 20th anniversary tour of their album Turn the Radio Off.
California punk band Strung Out hit New Jersey’s Stone Pony on October 21st for the “About Time” US Tour. These guys always know how to put a how on for their fans!
Canadian hardcore band Silverstein stole the stage at the Starland Ballroom during their co-headlining tour with Senses Fail.
Senses Fail stole the show at the Starland Ballroom in NJ. They had the crowd going crazy, playing songs from their newest album Pull the Thorn from Your Heart as well as classics such as: “Renacer,” “Can’t be Saved” and “Calling all Cars.”
And the circus came to town. In a high desert setting, amid carnival-like sideshows, games, rides and concessions right out of some kind of heavy metal storybook, this year’s Knotfest hosted an extensive lineup of bands.
While Queens-based punk quartet Bayside is no stranger to Asbury Park, New Jersey, this was the first time that lead singer Anthony Raneri, on a short solo acoustic tour, had performed at the legendary Asbury Lanes.
To say that Carnival of Madness 2013 was… well, Madness was an understatement. The crowd at the Stone Pony were all hyped up and into the music from the very beginning.
To say that Carnival of Madness 2013 was… well, Madness was an understatement. The crowd at the Stone Pony were all hyped up and into the music from the very beginning. Crowd surfing was at a minimum as Sevendust, In The Moment, Skillet, and headliners Shinedown all rocked the outside stage in Asbury Park. Stellar performances by all!