Red Fang Brooklyn NY Tickets, Music Hall Of Williamsburg, Sep 19, 2018, Concert
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Red Fang Brooklyn Concert Tickets in Sep 19, 2018 at Music Hall Of Williamsburg in 08:00 PM available for sale as part of the announced Red Fang North American Live Tour 2018. All latest concert dates, tour schedule, setlist, video, reviews and etc you can find at Red Fang Tour Page.


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Music Hall Of Williamsburg
66 North Sixth Street
11211
Brooklyn, NY, US

Biography

Red Fang is an American stoner metal band from Portland, Oregon, formed in 2005. It is composed of guitarist and vocalist Bryan Giles, bassist and vocalist Aaron Beam, guitarist David Sullivan and drummer John Sherman. The band has released four studio albums: Red Fang in 2009, Murder the Mountains in 2011, Whales and Leeches in 2013 and Only Ghosts in 2016. More...

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6 Responses to “Red Fang Brooklyn NY Tickets, Music Hall Of Williamsburg, Sep 19, 2018, Concert”

  1. Dusty Willinger

    Red Fang puts out some awesome music… Red Fang live takes it to another level of awesome! I highly recommend checking them out when they come to a town near you.

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  2. Ernestina Pevez

    Red Fang kicked ass!!!! The only thing that could have been better was if the vocals were turned up a bit. Both microphones were turned down. Other than that the show was Great!!!

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  3. Santos Machel

    The original opening act (Indian Handcrafts) dropped the ball on getting their Visas proper to visit our lovely country… Boy, did they drop the ball on that one!!! Their replacement was a band called “Lord Dying” from Portland, ORE. And boy, they DID NOT disappoint!
    Black Tusk stole the show with the performance of the night! They destroyed from first to last note, no interruptions, and NO bullshit!
    Red Fang was awesome! They played like you hear them on the record, tight as a tiger! Definitely worth the price of the tickets!! Ha-Ha, jabbing ya’ll at service provider!

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  4. Danny Daughetee

    Living in metro-Atlanta has blessed me with the availability to see concerts frequently (even if my job prevents me from going to all the shows I would like). Maybe I have gotten spoiled in my old age. Maybe I am truly becoming the creepy old guy at the heavy metal show my friend Jay ribs me about becoming. Anyway I try to rationalize it, last night was not the best show.

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  5. Abby Samantha

    Opening with Hank Is Dead makes the rest of the show a tough act to follow. Red Fang were easily able to follow up with sufficient power. While there were a few lulls in the power that they were emitting (hence the reason for 4 and not 5 stars) they put together a fantastic energetic performance that left the crowd wanting more. So they gave it to the crowd with an encore. Great show.

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  6. Ned Cosgriff

    Both opening bands were amazing, and Red Fang was everything that I hoped.

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