As if your Friday couldn’t get any better, the weekend in Pomona kicked off with a highly anticipated performance by Los Angeles rockers, Dead Sara. It was a packed hour at the Glass House, as fans lined up for the best spots to see Dead Sara rock the stage.
The evening unraveled with LA’s own, Dekades. Front woman Arden Fisher began the night with nothing short of their creepy rock n roll vibe tunes. Exploding with visceral energy, Dekades owned the stage with ultimate rock ‘n’ roll swagger.
New Jersey’s Lost in Society followed with some classic punk rock music. These musicians surprised the Glass House crowd with what seemed to be the energy of a headliner. They were most defiantly a pleasant surprise.
Building throughout the course of those two hours, the excitement led up to Dead Sara. There isn’t much else to say aside from “killer”! Dead Sara never disappoint. Powerful front woman, Emily Armstrong has an exceptional stage presence and unmatched energy. Every time we see her live, she gives it her all and is always drenched in sweat by the end of her set, hair frazzled and all. Rock n roll is most definitely not dead once you witness the talent of Dead Sara. Let’s just say that The Glass House was the place to be on this past Friday Night.
Photography & Words: Danielle Gornbein
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