See The Awesome Up Close Photos of Hollywood Undead and Tech N9ne
If you were in front you may have got some good pictures. But you may have had a little too much fun and everything got a bit blurry. Well, we got you covered.
If you were in the back of the crowd then we definitely got you covered through the smoke and fog. Check out the pics below.
RT got the night started and Clinton native brought the west end with him. Westend Wang opened the show by bringing Random Tanner to the stage.
A very last-minute addition to the show, but a very welcome one. Our friends with Discrepancies were up next and had a great set. It was fun to watch and listen to them and see the crowd (who mostly had not seen them before) get into what the guys brought to the show. And somebody may have slipped the next time they'll be in the QC...keep January 13 open on your calendar.
The people that were there that enjoy his style of music seemed to have fun with his set.
The main event for many of us was next. Hollywood Undead. They packed in some new ones, some classics that got the crowd moving, and left some wanting more. Cause they didn't do one of their biggest hits with "Young".
A lot of people met them early during the VIP Meet & Greet including a couple of I-Rock 93.5 listeners that won the experience. For me personally I kind of met them when they needed help getting back into the green room and I knew the code to get the door open. 5 seconds before that one of them said "F&$k You" to me while walking by. I still helped them because I'm a nice guy.
While there was a pretty large group that left after Hollywood Undead, the show was still full for a different performance from Tech N9ne at The Rust Belt. This time he had a full band with him which definitely added a dimension to the show that made it feel more like a rock concert. It showed why he has been embraced by the rock world.
Keep looking at more of the pictures from the night below.
Hollywood and N9ne at The Rust Belt
Gallery Credit: Rylee Daniel Photography @rylee_360 on Instagram
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