Updated Concert Articles!

Updated Concert Articles!

Summer still going with tours & The Pier was in attendance for 2 separate Slightly Stoopid and Rebelution shows in Maryland and another one in Maryland. The Pier also caught the 311 and Sublime with Rome Unity tour as it came through San Diego, CA. Lets take a look…

Date: August 17th, 2011
Who: Slightly Stoopid & Rebelution
Location: Pier 6 Pavilion. Baltimore, MD
What: Seedles Summer 2011 Tour

  • Every Baltimore reggae lover knows that with an end to every summer comes one of the most anticipated shows of the season; that’s right, were talking about Slightly Stoopid once again at the Inner Harbor Pier 6 pavilion. Hailing from surf town Ocean Beach (San Diego) California, Slightly Stoopid’s unique blend of punk, reggae, hip-hop and blues captures a diverse sound that attracts a variety of music lovers to their shows. This year, accompanying the band on the 2011 Seedless Summer tour were the melodic reggae vibes of READ MORE

  • Date: August 19th, 2011
    Who: 311 & Sublime with Rome
    Location: Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre. Chula Vista, CA

  • With the sun showing its last signs of life, fans erupted to the sampled intro playing ”She was living in a single room with 3 other individuals. One of them was male & the other 2, why hell, the other 2 were female…” Sublime With Rome hit the stage close to 8pm opening the night with crowd favorite, Smoke 2 Joints, before diving into new song Lovers Rock. Rome gave a big shout out to San Diego, stating he has a lot ofREAD MORE

  • Date: August 20th, 2011
    Who: Slightly Stoopid & Rebelution
    Location:Sunset Cove Amphitheater, Boca Raton, FL
    What: Seedless Summer 2011 Tour

  • Miles got everyone on their feet as he asked, “How you feelin’ South Florida?” They started with a short instrumental and transitioned into one of my favorites: “Officer”. By now, the sun had gone down and all the blankets that were once spread nicely on the lawn were either crumpled up or being danced on. The sound at the Sunset Cove Amphitheatre was amazing and you could hear every instrument perfectly. From the horn section to the bongos, every note fit snuggly with theREAD MORE