Toothy moose fiasco

Toothy moose forces Diemonds to start early/finish by 2am

Diamonds rock Sunday at The Seahorse

Diamonds rock Sunday at The Seahorse
  • Diamonds rock Sunday at The Seahorse

So i thought I'd check in on Japanroids before heading to see the highly anticipated Diemonds, when I run into a little birdie who informs me Diemonds were being forced on stage early. Why? Well at this point it remains to be confirmed but judging by the restless line of bros and hos lined up outside the toothy moose perhaps management were worried about keeping the regulars in the rain too much longer. Funny though, you'd think hpx would have some agreement with the venue ensuring the band go onstage at a scheduled time. I wonder if the venue thought to pay a number of thousands of dollars to keep things quiet? It was also odd how after leaving said venue a couple hours earlier and confirming that with a stamp I'd be allowed back in regardless of capacity, I returned to be told to wait in line! But after arguing with an obviously worn bouncer he did concede and let me in to the show. Oh geez thanks! Diemonds did kill but those Kiss and Beatles covers were bitter sweet knowing so many people were left in the rain while the venue seemed to be keeping capacity light (once the show was open more than 100 clubbers instantly flooded in, odd given that they were at capacity minutes earlier?) Stay tuned for more info to come soon (including an interview with CC after the Toothy Moose show), and I hope to see you tomorrow at the Seahorse when Diemonds will blow your mind!

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