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The Rockzilla tour proves to be one of summer’s biggest rock packages during a packed visit to Wisconsin (Show Review)

Capital Credit Union Park

Green Bay, Wisconsin

Aug. 14th, 2022

By Mariah Berg

 

 

Green Bay, WI was one of the 24 lucky cities to have the Rockzilla tour stopping in their town. The Rockzilla tour is making its way across the states currently, and it’s not often a huge package like this presents itself.

Opening up the show on this beautiful day in Green Bay was Bad Wolves. They are most known by their fantastic cover of “Zombie” by the Cranberries, but with a new vocalist, they’re definitely revitalized with new material. Bad Wolves opened up their set with the title track off their new EP titled “Sacred Kiss” and instantly had the crowd’s attention.

Next to take the stage and really get the party going, the one and only Hollywood Undead! When Hollywood Undead takes the stage, it’s going to be one big party. Hollywood Undead opened up their 12 song setlist with their song “Chaos”, off their brand new album Hotel Kalifornia. It was fantastic hearing some new music by Hollywood Undead, and fans were jumping up and down and yelling the lyrics. Although Hollywood Undead has a new album out, they still, of course, had to play some classics like “Undead” and “Everywhere I Go”.

Falling In Reverse played most of their biggest hits, notably, but the biggest reason people showed up to the tour was Papa Roach. As soon as Papa Roach’s lights came on and they started to take the stage, the crowd went insane. Papa Roach has a brand new album out titled Ego Trip, and blessed the crowd in Green Bay with a new song right off the bat. Opening up with “Kill The Noise”, fans were singing every lyric back to the band. Since Papa Roach is touring with some fun bands, it’s no secret that they like to party too. Papa Roach brought out both Charlie and Funny Man from Hollywood Undead to perform “Swerve”, a song from their new album Ego Trip. Papa Roach put on a killer show.

They lit up the crowd with lighters across the field and even had a wall of death, while vocalist Jacoby Shaddix came into the crowd to show his love and appreciation for their fans. Carl Roach even joined them with his saxophone! Papa Roach played so many great classic songs and made so many cherished memories for so many fans that night in Green Bay, WI. Unfortunately all good things have to come to an end, so Papa Roach closed out their set with their biggest hit, “Last Resort”. The crowd sang their hearts out one last time that night. The Rockzilla summer tour is proving to be one of the best tours this summer – and you can tell by the crowds.

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