I set out for the triple bill Tuesday night of P.O.D., Daughtry and 3 Doors Down, but after battling stop-and-go traffic for 100 mins, I didn’t make it in time for P.O.D.’s opening set. I must say, their rap/metal act seemed an odd pairing with the two southern-style radio rock bands. The person next to me said they were luke-warmly received. Even less well received was the 3 Doors Down meet and greet, which according to a nearby couple was a rip-off. A rabid fan from Wyoming apparently paid $400 and got a 90-minute wait, followed by access to the sound check, a whopping two minutes around the band, a t-shirt and an autograph.
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Live review: Rock Allegiance Tour featuring Buckcherry, Papa Roach, P.O.D., Puddle of Mudd, more @ World Arena (Colorado Springs)By Paige Montgomery | September 22nd, 2011 | No Comments »
[photopress:gogol16.jpg,full,pp_image] On the night of Gogol Bordello, we toasted our colleague the Bartender as two of his newly-coined terms dominated our activities: road soda, and crusty old people. Our Friday began on what you could call Denver’s longest bordello and gypsy haven: Colfax Avenue. Knowing we were going to the pricey Fillmore Auditorium, Father Guido and I ducked into an alley just off Colfax to down some frothy road sodas. It’s good to revisit Colfax every now and then; an angry hooker stormed past us: […]