I am back again, with yet another concert review! I have a lot of concerts coming up that I will feature on this blog and I am super excited!
So, today I bring you a review of the No Pads, No Helmets, Just Balls tour with Simple Plan, Set It Off, and Seaway.
Seaway was the first band on stage and I had not heard their music before but I was aware of who they were. These guys blew me away! Their punk edge was enough to make you want to jump around for hours and I was thoroughly impressed! I will definitely devote more time to listening to these guys in the future and I think you all should too!
The next band was Set It Off. I have been a HUGE Set It Off fan for years now and it was so great to see them again! They never disappoint with their performance or their interaction with fans. I have met these guys four times and have seen them three and I will continue to see them for years to come! These guys are some of the most genuine artists and people you will ever meet and if you ever have the chance to see these guys live, do it!
The headlining band was of course, the one, the only, Simple Plan. The minute these guys hit the stage the feeling in the room changed dramatically. They took over everyone’s attention and kept it their entire performance. I was at the back of the crowd by the time they started their set but that didn’t change a single thing about how much I loved their set. They were all so together in every aspect of their performance, and you could tell they were there to have a good time and really do what they loved. I think my favorite part of their set was when Pierre disappeared from the stage and then re-appeared in the sound booth, it was a shock, but a very pleasant one at that! I was honored to be able to see these guys live and I am trying my hardest to make it to a show on their second leg of the tour! Simple Plan put on one of the best shows I have ever seen, and I can not wait to see them again!
Overall, this tour is definitely one of the greatest set-ups I have seen in a while. You start out with Seaway, who has more of a punk vibe, then fall into Set It Off, who have more of a Pop vibe, and then to Simple Plan who mixes both, and completely blows you away. I strongly urge you to make it to a show on this tour, it is truly something you will not forget, or regret.