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Simple Plan - Concert Review

Simple Plan - Concert Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

What's better than a free concert? A free concert with Simple Plan! These guys kick some serious butt. Check out Kidzworld's concert review!

Where: Vancouver, Canada
August 29, 2002

What's better than a free concert? A free concert with Simple Plan! These guys kicked some serious butt! It's high-flying adrenaline from the first second the band jumps (yes, jumps) out on stage to the last pounding guitar riff of the night.

If you're not prepared to jump around, then I suggest you sit this one out. The guys of Simple Plan (Pierre Bouvier, Sebastian Lefebvre, Chuck Comeau, David Desrosiers and Jeff Stinco) gave 110 percent on stage pumping out their hits, I'm Just a Kid and I'd Do Anything. It's obvious they have a ton of fun up there and it's contagious. Sebastian often threw guitar picks into the audience for adoring fans. Pierre climbed anything on the stage that he could reach and he even crowd surfed (almost losing his pants in the process!) Chuck tossed his drum sticks into the crowd at the end and Dave and Jeff made sure that no fan overheated (with the help of a Super Soaker) during the sun-filled, outdoor show. So if you ever get the chance to see Simple Plan live (even if it's not free) then check 'em out!

Rating:5

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