Event information

Location: USA, Springfield, VA (Jaxx Nightclub)
Date: 27 August 2011 - 19:00
Website: jaxxroxx.com

Tickets:

$25 in advance
$30 day of show
$60 VIP package
Buy at www.jaxxroxx.com

Who was there?

100% Carrion Misery
100% Sulac
100% slinx
100% Jericho Rehling
100% Hero In A Dream (Germany)


Bands

Kamelot
Alestorm
The Agonist
Blackguard
Cypher Lock
Division


All dates of this tour

26.08.2011 - USA, Atlanta, GA
27.08.2011 - USA, Springfield, VA (5)
28.08.2011 - USA, Philadelphia, PA
30.08.2011 - USA, New York City, NY (2)
31.08.2011 - USA, Worcester, MA (2)
02.09.2011 - CAN, Montreal, QC (4)
03.09.2011 - CAN, Quebec City, QC (1)
04.09.2011 - CAN, Toronto, ON (3)
06.09.2011 - USA, Cleveland, OH
07.09.2011 - USA, Detroit, MI
08.09.2011 - USA, Chicago, IL
09.09.2011 - USA, St. Paul, MN (2)
12.09.2011 - USA, Seattle, WA (2)
13.09.2011 - USA, Portland, OR
14.09.2011 - USA, San Francisco, CA (1)
15.09.2011 - USA, West Hollywood, CA
16.09.2011 - USA, Tempe, AZ
17.09.2011 - USA, Salt Lake City, UT (1)
18.09.2011 - USA, Denver, CO
20.09.2011 - USA, Dallas, TX
21.09.2011 - USA, Houston, TX (1)
23.09.2011 - USA, Orlando, FL

 
Updated: 29.08.2011




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slinx - 28.08.2011 at 08:36  
I was drunk and Kamelot was awesome. Luckily living 3 miles away from the concert, my driving during the hurricane was no way impacted, and the streets littered with green leaves torn strewn about from the trees were enchanting.

A few observations I made at the show:

I missed Division \ Cypher Lock and caught the last half of the last song of The Agonist who is metalcore with a chick singer, who probably looks good when there is a 200:1 dick to vagina ratio like there was. Heard the whole set of Blackguard and either the place has bad acoustics or I have horrible ears and barely caught anything though the singer was very energetic. Ironically enough, I missed Alestorm cause I was getting drunk at the bar with 3 budweisers + long island.

The bartender chick was kinda chubby with a goth look and the guy on my right at the bar was talking to her about how Children Of Bodom was there a couple months ago and that she (the bartender) probably flirted with Alexi Laiho. Anyway I had indulged in two beers at that point and remarked to him how Alexi Laiho was a chubby chaser and took the time to point out Kimberly Goss to him, which he seemed to not know. Anyway, he left the bar within a minute.

Most importantly, about Kamelot.

They played only songs from Poetry For The Poison, The Black Halo, Epica, and Karma. Everything which I was familiar with, except for one song that seemed weird, but might possibly have been from Fabio Leone's former group (that guy is one ugly fucker, but he does a good job).

The 'hottest' girl there was right in front of me at the left end of the stage, about 2-3 feet back and both Thomas Youngblood and Sean Tibbets gave her a pick, one of her faggy friends tried to steal her second pick (bass) and she kinda shook him off.
Once the concert ended I saw the 'hottest' chick outside and she looked a 5 (I had sobered up quite a bit at that point), but easily an 8 on the inside.

So in conclusion;

I was drunk and Kamelot was awesome.
Carrion Misery - 01.09.2011 at 18:36  
Written by slinx on 28.08.2011 at 08:36

I was drunk and Kamelot was awesome. Luckily living 3 miles away from the concert, my driving during the hurricane was no way impacted, and the streets littered with green leaves torn strewn about from the trees were enchanting...


I was there and drunk too! I don't recall them playing any Rhapsody of Fire songs. Was it Necropolis maybe? Here's the set list: http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/kamelot/2011/jaxx-nightclub-springfield-va-3d0d93b.html

Their set was nothing short of amazing. Best light show I've ever seen at Jaxx too. I was pretty wasted and sort of ranted to Thomas about missing Roy lol. I don't think I came off as a jackass. Anyways, he was so awesome to speak with. I felt honored and it was great he listened/ responded to everything I had to say. Fabio did a fantastic job though and I'd definitely go see them again. Can't wait for their next CD!
slinx - 02.09.2011 at 05:27  
Written by Carrion Misery on 01.09.2011 at 18:36

Written by slinx on 28.08.2011 at 08:36

I was drunk and Kamelot was awesome. Luckily living 3 miles away from the concert, my driving during the hurricane was no way impacted, and the streets littered with green leaves torn strewn about from the trees were enchanting...


I was there and drunk too! I don't recall them playing any Rhapsody of Fire songs. Was it Necropolis maybe? Here's the set list: http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/kamelot/2011/jaxx-nightclub-springfield-va-3d0d93b.html

Their set was nothing short of amazing. Best light show I've ever seen at Jaxx too. I was pretty wasted and sort of ranted to Thomas about missing Roy lol. I don't think I came off as a jackass. Anyways, he was so awesome to speak with. I felt honored and it was great he listened/ responded to everything I had to say. Fabio did a fantastic job though and I'd definitely go see them again. Can't wait for their next CD!



Yeah, Necropolis was it. I brushed up on listening to Karma before the concert, and was never too familiar with PFTP.

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