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4.7

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Always a great show

The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas - Las Vegas

If your a Blue October fan than you need to see them live. One of best bands I’ve seen live.

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GREAT

The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas - Las Vegas

The staff was just wonderful to my daughter She is critically ill and her all time favorite band is Blue October she has been in a wheelchair her whole life and the staff made sure that she had what she needed. So THANKS for helping a very sick girl have a good time

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Blue October - awesome

The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas - Las Vegas

As always, Blue October was wonderful They always put on a great show with so much emotion and drive. Every alternative music lover should check them out.

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Great show!

The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas - Las Vegas

Blue October is a band with a lot of talent and they definitely know how to keep the crowd entertained!

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Too short of a show

The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas - Las Vegas

Blue October sounded amazing but their set was extremely short. Very disappointed in mix 94.1 and the bands that opened

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Blue October was amazing!!!

Aztec Theatre presented by Cricket Wireless - San Antonio

Once again, Blue October, performed amazing. Their organization and timely presentation, great set and planned list of songs keeps bringing us back.

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Blue October was amazing!!

Aztec Theatre presented by Cricket Wireless - San Antonio

Not only are they’re songs incredible but they are awesome performers!

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Better Last Year

Aztec Theatre presented by Cricket Wireless - San Antonio

I know that when making music, you have to be out there and original. There is alot of music Blue October makes that is original with great intensity. However, the line up of songs for Sunday nights venue was a huge mistake whoever put it together. This is my girlfriends favorite band and she has seen them 11 times in four years. I know that is some dedication to be a follower. I seen Blue October last year for the first time and they blew me away. Very intense and I could tell Justin is singing from the heart. Also, I'm proud of him cleaning up his life not only for himself, but for his family. His past history of music is dark and singing about that actually helps peolpe and relates to peolpe. But this thing he writes about being so happy all the time is not Blue October. I've seen hundreds of bands that the new stuff sounds the same. Sorry!!!. The song line up felt like the the new stuff was shoved down our throats because the last seven songs was all about that. Like most fans, I go see them play there old music. The stuff that got them in there place today. Also, intertwining with the new music throughout the set. But not at the end and not as an encore set. Please change it up and give the fans time to have the new music resonate a little. When Justin asked if anyone heard the new album, he stated i thought there would be more then 12 people

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Blue October

The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory - Irving

This was my first time at this venue and my first concert with my 12 year old daughter! We had a blast and there is literally not a bad seat in the house. We did have an extra tall person in front of us which was a bummer but the screens were great!

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The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory - Irving

Blue October put on a great show. I would see them again,and again!

Biography

Blue October’s angst-drenched rock has continued to evolve and sell tickets ever since the band’s 1995 start in Houston, TX. Over the course of nearly two decades and seven studio albums, frontman Justin Furstenfeld has channeled his own emotional battles and life lessons into anthemic hit songs like “Hate Me” and “Into The Ocean."  The band’s discography reflects the arc brought on by age, with ends of the spectrum being the 1998 debut “The Answers,” clouded by 20-something depression and suicidal thoughts, and the 2013 release “Sway,” a more confident, empowering real-life concept album written after his bipolar diagnosis and an unsettling divorce.   The Texas outfit, which earned the honor of opening for the Rolling Stones in the height of their 2006 platinum-selling “Foiled” push, have since managed everything from sold-out theater concerts to an intimate acoustic tour. Alt-rock fans are devoted to the group's smart combination of indie rock and orchestral melancholy.