Drowning Pool, Sick Puppies, Trapt & Adelitas Way w/ Traitors Gate & Broken Omen
Make America Rock Again: Drowning Pool, Sick Puppies, Trapt & Adelitas Way w/ Traitors Gate & Broken Omen
Sponsored by Franklin Building Supply and Southern Idaho's Rock Station - 103.1 The Edge!
Easily the biggest rock show ever at Diamondz. This is the ONLY IDAHO STOP for this lineup, so you're not going to want to miss it!
This is an ALL-AGES, outdoor show. Alcohol will be available to those 21 and up with valid identification.
Tickets are NOW on-sale, and may be purchased from JeromeTickets.com or from opening band members.
On show date, gates open at 1:30pm, show starts at 2:00pm, and will be over by 8:00pm.
General Admission tickets are $35 in advance, or $50 day of show. Due to the limited room available, lawn chairs are not permitted at this event.
There are a VERY LIMITED number of VIP M&G BBQ Add-On Passes available. These passes are $75 each, and get you into an exclusive after-party at Diamondz, where you'll get to mix and mingle with members of the bands, and eat amazing BBQ prepared by the Diamondz cooking staff. Please note that you must also have a G/A ticket to attend the VIP M&G BBQ.* The M&G starts at 8:10pm at Diamondz.
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--- Drowning Pool ---
Drowning Pool songs conjure emotions that deeply connect with those who persevere against the odds and sacrifice to survive, whether its a military soldier serving overseas, or a blue-collar family trying to make ends meet. Their music transcends boundaries of race, class and lifestyle as well, resonating with people from all walks of life who look to music to get them through lifes challenges.
The bands Texas-sized crunch and gregarious, charismatic personalities catapulted them to platinum status and hard rock royalty in the early 2000s alongside contemporaries like Disturbed, Godsmack, and Slipknot. Theyve toured with Ozzy Osbourne. They regularly perform for U.S. Troops, traveling as far as the war zones of the Middle East to the outposts of Southeast Asia. They personally encouraged then-Senator Barack Obama to push through the Lane Evans Health Act, which improved healthcare for veterans.
Big sonic slabs of muscular power with a taste of the dark melodies of post-grunge remain Drowning Pools stock and trade. Their music is an unapologetic celebration of lifes joy and pain, able to swiftly maneuver between defiant declarations of resistance. Each distinctive era of the bands history is represented onstage, where the band bashes through an arsenal of anthems all delivered with precision strength. The Hellelujah songs (with more contributions from all four members than ever) pulse with the power of all thats come before and a reinvigorated hunger for the future. Drowning Pool celebrate the past while firmly focused on the present, coalescing into a brightly lit artistic future.
--- Sick Puppies ---
Australias biggest exports include iron ore and coal. They also include another kind of rock: the rockin sound of Sick Puppies. A cocktail of roaring, shimmering guitars, foot stomping rhythms, and hooky melodies, Sick Puppies came to life when frontman Shimon Moore and bass player Emma Anzai started hanging out in high school. They bonded over a shared love of Silverchair, and together they played covers of Green Day and Rage Against the Machine songs. Initially, Emma was on guitar and Shimon played the drums. They eventually hooked up with drummer Chris Milieski and Sick Puppies was born.
Sick Puppies caught a break when they were crowned co-champs of the Sydney region of the Triple J Unearthed talent competition. Their song Nothing Really Matters landed them a management deal and allowed them to release their first album, Welcome to the Real World. Not long after that, the label went out of business and Milieski left the band. Shimon and Emma decided to move to Los Angeles for s fresh start and there they hooked up with drummer Mark Goodwin.
The Puppies breakout came with their involvement with the Free Hugs Campaign. A Youtube video for the campaign featured a guy know as Juan Mann running around hugging people while the Puppies song All the Same played. The video rang up over 70 million hits, and brought the band to a massive audience. Since then, theyve been fixtures on rock radio and scored a string of hit singles. Suck Puppies look set to keep the rock rolling, and thats music to their fans ears.
--- Trapt ---
Trapt is an alternative band from Los Gatos, California, USA. The band formed in 1995, after meeting in high school, with members: Chris Taylor Brown (vocalist), Simon Ormandy (guitarist), Peter Charrell (bassist) and David Stege (drummer) and recorded the albums 'Amalgamation' and 'Glimpse' to sell at local shows. After several rehearsal absences and negative feedback the band decided to let David go. While attempting to find a suitable replacement, the band signed to Warner Bros. Records and began recording their debut self-titled album. The band enlisted Robin Diaz, to perform drums on the record, and in turn Robin, helped the band find their permanent drummer, Aaron Montgomery.
On November 22nd, 2002, the band released Trapt, along with the single "Headstrong". "Headstrong" became a fantastic hit, reaching #1 on alternative charts and #16 on pop. Follow-up singles "Still Frame" and "Echo" (with a video featuring Michelle Trachtenberg) did respectably, although they never reached the heights of "Headstrong". "Headstrong" became the official theme song of WWE Bad Blood for June 2003. Trapt eventually hit platinum.
--- Adelitas Way ---
Edgy Las Vegas-based hard rock outfit Adelitas Way broke into the mainstream in 2009 with the song "Invincible," which appeared on numerous television spots for CSI Miami and served as the theme song for the weekly World Wrestling Entertainment Superstars show. Formed in the late 2000s by lead vocalist Rick DeJesus, the band released its eponymous debut on Virgin Records in July 2009.
The band's sophomore effort, Home School Valedictorian, arrived in summer 2011. In July 2013 the group entered the studio with Grammy Award-winning producer Nick Raskulinecz to record Stuck, which was released the following year and featured the hit single "Dog on a Leash," which peaked at number seven on the U.S. Mainstream Rock Chart. 2015 saw the release of the Deserve This EP, and the following year, the band issued their fourth studio long player, Getaway.
--- Traitors Gate ---
Traitors Gate hails from Boise, Idaho. The band consists of: Ken Mansfield, guitarist from Gypsy Saints, Colby Dees, bassist from Vault 7, Jayce Keffer on drums, and their lead vocalist whom they affectionately call "Mister 'Y".
The band is made up of four strong personalities who draw from varied creative backgrounds to achieve the powerful and edgy sound. Incorporating metal, heavy rock, punk and technical influences to bring a visual and sonic experience to the stage. A recently released self-titled album solidified the Traitors Gate sound.
--- Broken Omen ---
This hard rock / metal band from Twin Falls will melt your face! In a good way!
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