Potty Mouth took the stage at 7:30! They kicked the show off with a few hit singles from their new album Snafu, including fan favorites 22 and Do It Again. Potty Mouth definitely has that punk rock sound! With lead vocalist/guitarist Abby Weems, bassist Ally Einbinder, and drums Victoria Mandanas. Definitely keep an eye out for Potty Mouth because they are on their way up. I also want to add that they played a killer cover of The Kids Aren’t Alright by The Offspring that really got the crowd going!
Illuminati Hotties took the stage next with their “tenderpunk” sound. They started their set with a couple hits from their newest self titled album, including (You’re Better) Than Ever and Shape Of My Hands. They also played one of my personal favorites I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me). They kept the crowd moving with other hits from their 2018 album Kiss Yr Frenemies. With Sarah Tudzin vocals/guitar, Zach Bilson base, Tim Khmet drums, and Saphire Jewell (Cuffed Up) on guitar. They were great live and I loved all of the White Claw jokes in between.
PUP ended the night with a bang! They started their set with Morbid Stuff and Kids from their newest album Morbid Stuff. They also played hits from their 2014 self titled album and 2016 album The Dream Is Over. With Stefan vocals/guitar, Zack Mykula drums, Steve Sladkowski guitar, and Nestor Chumak bass. They ended the show with Dvp and If This Tour Doesn’t Kill You, I Will. As soon as the last song played the crowd was electric. Overall I thought the show was fantastic. With the pop punk sounds and die hard fan presence, you really could not go wrong with all three of these bands.
Photo's and review by: Jenna Stafford