Concerts

Last Night: A Day To Remember, Etc. At Warehouse Live

A Day to Remember, Bring Me the Horizon, We Came as Romans, Pierce the Veil Warehouse Live April 13, 2011

Wednesday night can be described in three words: Confetti, balloons and rage.

Aftermath felt like we were at a B L A C K I E show or something, and we aren't just trying to name-drop Houston-grown musicians, although we're happy to do so as often as we can.

By the end of the night, most of the crowd members had lost much of their clothing. Half-naked teens and preteens abounded, lying on couches, catching their breath, while most of the twentysomethings managed to keep their shirts on.

Walking in, we felt like we were going to be arrested just for making eye contact with much of the audience, so we kept our eyes to the stage for the duration of the evening.

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