September 30, 2022

Halestorm, The Warning and NYD – Tech Port Center

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Thursday night had an event led by powerful women of rock! 

We are talking about Halestorm, The Warning, and New Year’s Day (NYD) that rocked the Tech Port Arena in San Antonio, TX 

New Year's Day (NYD)

The night started with Anaheim’s New Year’s Day. A hard rock sound with heavy melodic guitars that shook the arena for the very first 40 minutes of the night. Their set did a pretty good job at warming up the crowd and getting the audience ready for the night. Songs such as “Come To Me”, “Skeletons”, “Hurts Like Hell”, “I Survived”, and “Defame Me” were part of their repertoire. 

New Year’s Day will continue to support Halestorm through the last couple of concerts in their fall tour.

The Warning - From Monterrey, MX

After NYD’s amazing performance,  it was the turn for The Warning to take the stage. Three sisters from Monterrey, Nuevo Leon who were included in Metallica’s Blacklist Album and have opened for a lot of great bands. The band demonstrated their talent and their passion for music with their set. They played a few songs from their newest album such as “Z”, “CHOKE” and “EVOLVE” as well as songs from their second album and their “Enter Sandman” cover. The energetic trio got the crowd going with their powerful songs, a great segue for the last band of the night, Halestorm.

Halestorm

Halestorm, a band that has blown people’s minds since 1998, made a stop in San Antonio. A few minutes after The Warning left the stage, lights went off and the Halestorm logo on the back of the stage turned on. Red lights, the band grabbed their instruments, and a black silhouette dressed in leather came walking into the stage. One guitar strum and Lzzy Hale’s scream to “Back from the Dead” was enough to make the crowd go crazy.

Their set consisted mainly of songs from their newest album “Back from the Dead” as well as some other songs from their previous albums. A hard rock set that had people head banging for about an hour and 30 minutes. Halfway through the night, Lzzy played a small intimate set on her piano, which served as a cool down from a powerful first half of the show.

Second half of the show continued as powerful as the first one with a few songs from their 2015 album “Into the wild life”, a drum solo by Arejay Hale and “I get off” from their debut self-titled album. The night finished with “Here’s to Us” and “The Steeple” where Lzzy sang the last few lines of the song with a powerful scream and said goodbye to the San Antonio audience.

Overall, it was a great Thursday night with these three female-led bands.

The crowd didn’t stop head banging and singing the songs for a second.  We are so grateful that we had the chance to see these amazing bands during their San Antonio stop.

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