3 Doors Down, Pop Evil and Red Sun Rising bring the rock back to Akron, OH Goodyear Theater

What seemed to be a disaster brewing in the atmosphere, with thunder/lightning striking down across the street from the Goodyear Theater in Akron, OH prior to the show starting and fans screaming in horror and rain falling like billions of buckets of water per square inch, this did not detour anyone who was there to see the show. Local fan favorites Red Sun Rising made their trek back home to do a show with the gladiator 3 Doors Down and Michigan’s Pop Evil.

Red Sun Rising brought the roof down in their return to town. Mike Protich definitely had total control of the stage and the had the audience feeding into his performance. The band jelled perfectly on stage and upon completion of their set were called back to do an encore. The band totally stole the show that night.

Pop Evil are always known for their explosive performances and this one was of no exception. The drummer filling in Hayley was like a fire cracker and to try and live up to Chachi’s playing would be a tough feat and she did her best and of course, mission accomplished.

 

 

3 Doors Down put on their great show with all their hits over the years including a few tracks off their latest release.  This band had the whole venue on their feet and rocking out to them. It was classic 3DD at their finest.

 

 

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