Kassie Spagnola 
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Re: “Summerland Tour 2012 feat. Everclear, Sugar Ray, Gin Blossoms, Lit & Marcy Playground

'A Justice League of hopelessly dated, second-string buzz-bin cutouts it is' - because going to see a band you've liked for 20 years makes you lame. I've never understood this mentality. Why does going to see an older band make a person uncool? I would think that racing alongside the tweens of today trying to keep up with the "latest and greatest" in the music scene at 30+ would be seen as worse. I went, just this last weekend and saw Sugar Rays (one of Summerland's headliners) in concert. I wasn't old enough to go see them when they were "relevant" so I was really excited to get to see them as an adult. The tickets were under $30 a piece, it was a smaller venue and by the end of the concert I was standing right next to the stage and the lead singer had high-fived me. It was incredible. I knew and loved all of the songs they played and really I couldn't have done that when they were "relevant" in the 90's. I could have spent 4-5 times as much money and gone to a "current" band's concert, sat away from the stage and cheered when the one or two hits I knew were played, but I doubt I'dve had as much fun. I for one am excited for Summerland this year, these are all bands I missed out on seeing when they were popular, and I'm sure that despite scathing comments from mainstream snobs like you it's going to be a blast.

Posted by Kassie Spagnola on 12/10/2012 at 11:19 AM

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