BY TER STAFF
After decades of making music, through their first studio albums, through success of singles like ‘Ocean Avenue’ and ‘Only One’, through it all… Yellowcard is saying farewell to its fans across the globe. And last night, Yellowcard made one last stop at The Rave in Milwaukee, WI on their huge final tour.
Supported by bands Dryjacket and Like Torches, Yellowcard just released their last and self-titled album, but last night was all about the fans. Sprinkling in a few tracks from the new album, but paying tribute to their entire discography of hit singles and fan favorites, Yellowcard gave fans two hours of great live music, and a night that Milwaukee will not soon forget. While a few fans were listening to the music in the background, while watching Game 7 of the World Series at the bar, the true fans that came ready to rock were raging with Yellowcard, matching the band’s energy throughout the night.
Yellowcard frontman, Ryan Key, stopped the show to warn fans that if they came to work the next morning and told people they had the best night of their lives, they would be lying. Not because they didn’t have the night of the lives, but because if they are physically able to talk the next morning, then they didn’t rock out like they were supposed to. So throughout the night, Key and company made sure that their biggest Wisconsin fans would lose their voice by the night’s end. There was no better way to say goodbye and thanks, than last night.
Check out our photos below and make sure you get your tickets for one of the remaining dates on Yellowcard’s final tour!
Photos by Dan Garcia/The Early Registration