A glimpse of KROCKATHON ’17 through our eyes
When KROCK first announced to everyone that KROCKATHON was back music lovers of all ages were stoked. But, there were some fans that didn’t like that it was being held during the week and thought the location wasn’t KROCKATHON worthy. Well, we are here to say that it was and the Lakeview Amphitheater was the perfect vessel for a show of this magnitude. Rockers packed the parking lots and partied like rock stars, mingled with the next car over, drank some cold brews, played games and pretty much just primed themselves for one hell of a party. People even lined up early to make sure they got the spot and catch all the action.
Before the night heated up we were able to catch up with Joe Cotela and David Ludlow from Ded and dish about the road, their travels in Syracuse – they hit up the Bull & Bear, inspirations, life and music. After the interview they went back to get ready for their set and they did not disappoint. From the minute they got on stage they stole your heart with their grit, passion and kick ass music.
Local band, Glen Street kicked off the day with an impressive set and they killed it. If you haven’t checked them out – we suggest you do – you won’t be disappointed. The night didn’t stop there – the music kept flowing with some pretty heavy hitters in the music world: Stone Sour, Ded, Red Sun Rising, Yelawolf and Skillet. But, the crowd really came alive when Korn hit the stage. Korn never disappoints and is worth the wait. Fans were treated to an electric performance and were able to listen and bang away to all their favorites.
We loved KROCKATHON and always will. Nothing compares to the experience you encounter from the music, to the fans, cold drinks and one hell of a party atmosphere. We can’t wait to see what the next KROCKATHON has in store!
We were there to capture the magic through our lens. We hope you enjoy!
Eric Hall / Photography (Crowd & Ded) / The Fuze Magazine
Marc Richardson / Marcus Jay Photography / The Fuze Magazine
Shannon Lobello / Video Interviewer / The Fuze Magazine
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