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Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival

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LoveOnStilts
Location:Indiana, PA
Gender:Female
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Great variety of bands and interesting crowd!

Date:July 28, 2014
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Suicide Silence, the best of the small stages!!
Each year Mayhem is a blast. The crowd that shows up is so diverse. From regular clothes to clown or jester suits, girls in petticoats and heels to blue hair and dudes in yellow tutus! There were a few kids there as well.
Doors open at 1pm and from then on it is non-stop metal, terrible food, expensive drinks, and a great finish to the night with a few popular headliners. The food and drinks are more a venue problem though, so Mayhem still gets 5 stars! Some of the tents for the smaller stages give away free stuff....I came out of there with a free cd from the victory records stage this year. A friend of mine also got a beer bandana and a won a t-shirt. I love that each band has a tent to buy merch from as well. I missed Metal Mulisha this year, their freestyle motocross is always awesome.
Cannibal Corpse, Suicide Silence, Body Count Featuring ICE T, Miss May I, Emmure, Mushroomhead, Texas Hippie Coalition, Veil Of Maya, Upon A Burning Body, Darkest Hour, Ill Nino, Wretched, Islander, King 810, and Erimha were on the smaller stages this year. Trivium, Asking Alexandria, Korn, and Avenged Sevenfold were the main acts.
Suicide Silence was definitely my favorite smaller stage show, followed by Texas Hippie Coalition, and Miss May I. King 810 and Islander were also pretty good. Trivium was ok but I was not too into them. Asking Alexandria got thunderstormed out...the show was cut short but they put on a good show too. I was personally only interested in seeing Korn....but Avenged Sevenfold put on a very good show. I did wish Korn has picked more songs I actually knew and there was nothing really spectacular for stage effects or anything. I am into old school Korn and it can't be all old school. A.D.I.D.A.S. would have been awesome.
Highlights
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Suicide Silence
Texas Hippie Coalition
Miss May I
Korn
(the public)
-My friends and I were on CoGos lawn for the main shows...and we still managed to have a "mosh pit" beside us....lol.
-There was a man in a yellow tutu (that was it) in a mosh pit , that cracked me up
-Guy with gash on his head from the pit asking us to take a picture with his phone
-drunk guy next to my car during the rain intermission threw his beer, it exploded on the truck behind him, then he was upset he wasted alcohol. lol.
(the weather)
It started raining again by the end of the Avenged Sevenfold set...so we started heading back to the car during the last song. My weather app said it was supposed to rain the whole time during the last few shows, but I guess it was saving up for the end.....because all the sudden 1/4 of the way of the long walk to the car, it downpoured like it was a hurricane. Lightning, thunder, wind, I couldn't see anything as we were running to the car. None of us had a dry inch on us and my car was soaked. Then off to the traffic nightmare that is Burgettstown.
A Mayhem to remember. And a horrible sunburn to confirm.
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