All i can say is....WOW! I've never been blown away this much by a concert before. This is the best concert I've ever been to! Heres my review of the show. What was really cool was there are few sections to the place we where at, the pit and front seat section, then middle seat section, and the lawn section (grass). About every teenboppin trl lovin' girl was way up in the front, and all the cool people were in the back in the lawn. 7:30: A basically unknown band, called Midtown, opened up. These guys are pure punk rock, and some of their songs hand an emo kinda feel, sorta. These guys couldnt of been but in their early 20s. These guys gave it their all, and I tip my hat to them. I thought they were very awesome. They got little/no crowd appreciation from all the teenboppers and preps that were there (and surprisingly there wasnt many), but they did cause the biggest mosh pit to happen the whole night, which got so bad they had security up there. These guys sounded just as good live as their studio album, which i think is awesome. They even covered some old rock songs for the heck of it (like they opened on playing the intro to Sweet Child of Mine, later on the played Quiet Riot's "come on feel the noise" and the closed off playing the end to "god gave rock and roll." Their bass player sang lead on most of their songs. 8:40: New Found Glory takes the stage, and I was really impressed. I've only heard like 2 of their songs before I went to the concert, so this would be the first time to actually hear alot of their stuff. They were great, and their bassist (whos name slips me at the moment) was really great. He had some really nice P-basses. The vocalist from New Found Glory was making fun of all the teenboppers that were sitting down in front during their set, he was like "What is this? A Fxcking movie? Stand up damm!t, this is a rock show!" They had a well rounded set, which was very good. Then after their set, and about 25 minutes of waiting.. 10:00 (i think): Blink 182 hits the stage! When the curtains in front pulled back, in HUGE flaming letters, the word FXCK was at the top of the stage (except the X wasnt there, it was the U), easily gathering everyone's attention. They opened up with Rock Show, which I was kinda glag they did so they could get over with the song cause i was gettin kinda sick of it. What was cool was during many of their songs they had ALOT of pyrotechnics, with flames spouting everywhere. They did proceeded to play Dumpweed, and then Mark finally spoke up, "This one is for you old fans" and they played M&Ms! I totally did not expect that. Hardly anyone except for a select few even knew that song! Everyone in my area was totally getting into it, and were jumpin around and everything. Heck, I jumped around on every song except for a few. Tom and Mark still had their awesome stage presence and had alot of jokes (which i thought they were funny). Travis even talked for a few minutes, and Mark was swearing up and down that this was the first concert ever where Travis talked. Mark even spit in Tom's face, which was friggin hilarious. There is alot of stuff that happened at the concert that is probably too bad to post on here. This is what really got all the punk's attention...Tom just grabs the mic and says "Ok, this one goes out the true punks out here", and they played a Descendants song! The name of the song slips me at the moment, but it starts off with a power chord rung out for like 10 seconds, and its definatly not longer than 2 minutes. Mark only played on his pink bass, and i could of sworn he was playing a Candy Apple Red colored bass, but it could of just been the lighting on his pink bass, i dunno. Tom played on his white strat, his surf green strat, his yellow strat, and his black strat. He smashed his white strat at the very end. The crowd in the back was totally into the songs and Mark kept pointing that out during the show, like whenever they played an old song he was like "this one goes out to the punks in the back" Later on during the concert and after pits and such, Mark said "Sh!t, this is easily the best concert we've played at all tour" Yes, mark did sit down while playing the intro of carousel, and yes, they did close with dammit. What really surprised me was that there was no encore at all, they just played the entire set through. During dammit the hugest mosh pits ensued, and I jumped in for a bit, which was the only song i moshed to the whole concert. The only bad parts about the concert was: A. the only song they played off the dude ranch cd was Dammit B. I puked before and after the concert (car sick) C. I accidently grabbed the wrong shirt, and left with a small sized concert shirt. Even my friend Paul who went with me said "this easily the 2nd best concert ive ever been to" and hes seen about every band under the sun live. This was the best night of my life, well maybe not, but its still the best concert ive ever been to.