As I walk up to the Royale’s door in Chinatown, Boston, MA, I see a group of people waiting in line to enter for the night’s concert: The Darkness.
The streets of Worcester, MA echoed with the Palladium’s sold out crowd singing their hearts out to pop punk anthems last Saturday night at the Creeper, Speak Low If You Speak Love, Seaway, and Neck Deep show.
Fans standing in a line that follows the sidewalk down the block and wraps around the corner create a murmur as they peer up the line to see what’s happening as the doors open ahead of schedule on August 19, 2017 in Cincinnati, OH.
On July 14, 2017, a line forms at The Sinclair in Cambridge, MA, wrapping around the block with an intense buzz of energy. The line is made up of mostly people dressed in black or white, while their hair provides the queue with accents of vibrant colors.
Tuesday night, DREAMCAR rolled into Boston.
This is a tour I’ve been promoting to not just my friends, but everyone. Every band on this bill’s live show is unique, fun, and engaging.
This tour package packs a punch of energy.
Movements, from Orange County, CA, took on a headline gig across the country at The Space in Hamden, CT last Friday while on tour supporting Senses Fail. Met with unsurpassable energy from the small New England town’s crowd, and the band stepped up and brought enough passion to match.