Blink 182 plays the Pepsi Center

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Blink 182 plays the Pepsi Center

Jennifer Roque, Arapahoe Pinnacle Editor

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Think back to 2002, what bands did you listen to?  Chances are pop punk bands Blink 182 and All American Rejects made the cut (unless you were 4).

Blink 182, All American Rejects and A Day To Remember played to an enthusiastic crowd on Tues. Sept 13 at the Pepsi Center.
Headliners Blink 182 played hits such as, ‘First Date’, ‘Whats my age again’ and ‘Dumpweed’ while the crowd sang along.  The All American Rejects didn’t disappoint and went so far as to hide a “Magic Banana” under the seat of one lucky fan who then got to watch the band from the stage.  A Day to Remember rocked it, and despite a PA issue during ‘2nd Sucks’ entertained their crowd with dozens of rolls of toilet paper, giant circle pits and beach balls.
It was the first Denver appearance for Matt Skiva with Blink 182, who was formerly with the Alkaline Trio.  Matt Skiva joins founding members Mark Hoppus and drummer Travis Barker, after vocalist Tom Delong left Blink last year.
If you were to close your eyes, it was just like being in high school.  It was an energetic and fun-filled night of nostalgia!



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