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Rock Allegiance Tour, Extreme Lingerie, Tailgating, and Within These Walls Over the Weekend

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Rock Allegiance Tour at Mesa Amphitheatre, 9/23/11 Buckcherry, Papa Roach, Puddle of Mudd, and P.O.D. all sharing the bill...what year is this, 2002? In spite of all four artists releasing their biggest hits about ten years ago, all continue to tour and record new music. I for one had no idea Papa Roach has released seven albums. I guess there's more to the band than those angsty songs from Infest...full story

See: the Rock Allegiance Tour in photos.

ASU Tailgate Party The ASU student body tailgated before the university's win over USC on Saturday night in classic ASU fashion. The win ended an 11-game losing streak and continued ASU's streak of drunkest and most disorderly tailgate parties...see photos.

Lingerie Extreme at Wasted Velvet Wasted Velvet welcomed women to don their littlest lingerie and let loose on Friday night. The models of BOA hopped on the pole and got their go go on as DJ Mattafact provided the beats...see photos.

Within These Walls at Nile Theater ​Both fans and bands were exhausted as this 12 hour hardcore festival winded down, but everyone managed to get on their feet and enjoy the music. Fans conserved their energy by sitting between acts and somehow managed to keep hardcore dancing all night...full story

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