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Posts Tagged ‘review’

Daughtry Returns To SunFest

May 4th, 2014 by Cassie Morien

A little rain never deters Floridians on a mission. Yesterday’s mission was to pack a Saturday full of great shows by the sea. Pat yourself on the back if you spent the day with us. You deserve an extra cold beer today. On Saturday Spred the Dub killed it on the Tire Kingdom Stage. Country…

Review: Young the Giant

May 3rd, 2014 by Cassie Morien

 I wrote in my first blog post of the season that one of my top bands to see was California’s Young the Giant. I had becoming smitten with the band of talented indie rock boys back in 2010, after hearing their name circulate among fans of Minus the Bear and Neon Trees. The first time…

Day One: The Kid and the Cake

May 1st, 2014 by Cassie Morien

SunFest 2014 is in full swing. Yesterday at 5 p.m., under a blissfully cloudy sky, West Palm Beach’s fantastic festival welcomed thousands of excited fans. As far as opening days go, yesterday was one of the best I can recall. First of all, a formal shout out to Mother Nature, who blessed the fest with…

If I was being totally honest I would admit that, prior to yesterday, SunFest’s Friday lineup gave me the least amount of butterflies. I was not all that familiar with the legendary Black Crowes or the teen star Ed Sheeran. But I won’t let you wait to the end of this post to tell you…

Train’s Reign

May 3rd, 2013 by admin

Just after 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, the lights on the Ford Stage dimmed and the unmistakable whistle of a steam-powered locomotive rang out above the Intracoastal. As the sound of chugging steel wheels quickened, so did the screams from the crowd. Train had arrived at SunFest. Stepping into view, lead singer Pat Monahan immediately launched…