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"Four bands from all over bringing a fun night of pop punk and uniting a group of strangers better than an angry, narcissistic carrot. That's how to you make punk (and America) great again."

Concert Review: Make Pop Punk Great Again

Waterparks @ Deluxe at Old National Centre on November 25th, 2017 — “Four bands from all over bringing a fun night of pop punk and uniting a group of strangers better than an angry, narcissistic carrot. That’s how to you make punk (and America) great again.

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"After listening to these songs for years, one thing is for certain: these were made to be sung at the top of your lungs with a few thousand of your closest friends."

Concert Review: Party Like A…

Rockstar Energy Taste of Chaos @ Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park on June 5th, 2016 — “After listening to these songs for years, one thing is for certain: these were made to be sung at the top of your lungs with a few thousand of your closest friends.”

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"If the first three bands were the actual "Outbreak," then Issues was the band where we realize we can't contain it any longer...The band may be called "Issues," but this show has everything but that."

Concert Review: Can’t Be Contained

Issues @ Deluxe at Old National Centre on April 2nd, 2016 — “If the first three bands were the actual “Outbreak,” then Issues was the band where we realize we can’t contain it any longer…The band may be called “Issues,” but this show has everything but that.”

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Concert Review: Masterful

Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses @ Murat Theatre at Old National Centre on October 2nd, 2015 — “On the surface, this is a convenient excuse for me to nerd out to my favorite video game. Underneath…It’s…An engaging and oftentimes mesmerizing journey through the past and present; and more importantly, it’s a whole lot of fun.”