Aug. 17th, 2022
By Mariah Berg
The “Just Some Shows” tour is making its way across the States, playing one arena and major festival after another! The Oshkosh Arena in Oshkosh, WI was the perfect venue to host this huge tour package.
Opening up this show was Bad Omens. As soon as vocalist Noah Sebastian took the stage, his angelic voice had the crowd captivated. Fans roared as the rest of the band took the stage playing the title track off their brand new album The Death Of Peace Of Mind. Immediately, there was so much energy. Fans were singing, jumping up and down and vibing with the music. Bad Omens made plenty of new fans this night and is definitely a must see band.
Next to take the stage, Beartooth. There is so much to be said about this band. They take stage energy to a whole other level. Vocalist Caleb Shomo couldn’t have stood still longer than 30 seconds their entire 10 song set. He even joined the crowd at the end during their song “The Last Riff” as he crowd surfed to and from the moshpit while shredding on his guitar. Beartooth puts on such a memorable show. From the crowd interaction to their stage presence and even their light show, everything came together to make their set one you won’t want to miss!
Now for the headliner and reason why everyone was gathered at the Oshkosh Arena on a Wednesday night, A Day To Remember! This band has been around for many years and is at the top of many wish lists to see live. As soon as the curtain dropped and A Day To Remember started performing their song “The Downfall Of Us All”, the crowd went absolutely nuts! The crowd was up off their feet, moshing, headbanging, crowd surfing and of course, singing along.
From the streamers, confetti, big beach balls, it’s all such a blast. A Day To Remember performed a whopping 20 song set. They had all the bangers and classics like “Right Back At It Again,” “All I Want,” “If It Means A Lot To You” and more! Over all, A Day To Remember puts on such a memorable and amazing performance. They have many shows left this year, do yourself a favor and go see these incredible musicians do what they love on stage!