This is the second set of photos. This set covers Fans, Beware of Darkness and Gemini Syndrome. I hope you find a few that you like, and if you look really hard, you might even find yourself in one of the crowd shots. Picts after the jump.
With lines forming before 10 am, the day was beginning to give us a hint of just what the day would bring. It's just a guess, but the crowd must have reached 6,000. It's probably the largest crowd that I have ever seen at the Lonestar Amphitheater. This was the smoothest run, most fun, day long concert that I have ever attended. There was plenty of food, drink, and an overload of rock and roll, from 12:30 pm to 1 am.. Picts after the jump.
For the winners of the Sitdown with Shinedown contest (meet-n-greet), the evening of kick butt rock and roll music could not have started out any better; and, as for the Grand Prize Winners ($120 and a private meet-n-greet with song writer Brent Smith )... after returning to the group, they could not stop whispering to each other and laughing. I don't kno
Hours before the gates opened, a small band of FMX winners gathered at the Lone Star Amphitheater in Lubbock, Texas. (3-11-13) After a quick stop at the merchandise booth to buy signable items, the small band of Volbeat fans soon found themselves on their way back stage to meet the band. No one was disappointed. These are some of the photos from the event. (Photos follow the jump.)
The 32nd Birthday Bash started out hours before the concert with decorating, meeting the bands and and greeting our many fans and guests (many that were from New Mexico). We try to always show ya our best side, but sometimes it's just our bellies or Ethan's boobies
Here are a few of the meet-n-greet photos from Saturday's FMX Birthday Bash with Stone Sour. Did ya notice the purple hat that we brought? It was used later during the show. More bash photos are still being loaded to come out later
Tonight is the final night to experience the Terror that is Nightmare On 19th Street. Here are a few reminders why ya want to go tonight. Don't miss out, you will regret it for the next year if ya miss out! For the complete set of 400 photos see any of our facebook pages... FMX, Nightmare On 19th Street or Woodson Rowan, they will soon be posted. (Pics after the jump)
One thing that makes Nightmare so much fun, is not just the actors, but it is watching the people run from the actors! Here is a sample of the photos taken Oct. 13, 2012. There are many more photos if you do not see yerself here, and they will be uploaded to Facebook and linked to both the FMX page and The Nightmare on 19th Street page. Come on out tonight, and maybe you will be captured running for yer life!
Lubbock Texas is extremely lucky to have the State's Largest Haunted Theme Park right in it's backyard. Nightmare On 19th Street offers hours of screams and entertainment each night that it is open. Each year it grows larger and better. As you can imagine, the park does not run itself, but instead requires 100 to 150 people a night to keep things running smoothly. (More following the jump.)
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