Tempe, AZ — February 24th, 2018, shortly a month after Zakk Wylde’s 50th birthday, he put on a great show at the Marquee Theatre with Black Label Society, showing that he’s definitely at a different level musically and also in showmanship. Opener EyeHateGod, a band that has been playing since 1988 showed great energy, starting what was about to be a great night of rock. Corrosion of Conformity, who I remember watching their music video “Dance of the Dead” when I lived in Chile, only raised the bar and rocked the house, closing with their most popular song, “Clean My Wounds”.
Then the show became the kind of show you’d expect to see at a full stadium, opening with pyrotechnics and a classic curtain drop, to the excitement of the fans that had filled up the venue to what seemed to be absolutely max capacity. This was my first time seeing Black Label Society live, and I could not have been more pleased, as their sound and showmanship was definitely beyond what you normally see at small venues like the Marquee Theatre.
Photographer: Rodrigo Izquierdo
Black Label Society, Corrosion Of Conformity, & EyeHateGod – Marquee Theatre 2-24-18
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2 thoughts on “PHOTOS: Black Label Society & Supporting Acts at Marquee Theatre 2-24-18”
Hi! I was at this show with a group of friends. Prior to entering the venue, there was a company taking photos of fans or groups of fans that were asked to pose. We got our picture taken and we went into the show. I’ve never been able to find the source of these pictures, not on the BLS website or anywhere. One of us from our group has passed away recently, so I really want this group photo, .ore now than ever. So you have any clue where I might find it?
Thanks for your time!
Great photos, of a fantastic show, btw!
Hi Dave! Thank you for your comment. Unfortunately, we do not have any information about the company that was taking photos of fans. 🙁
I really hope you find them, and I’m sorry for your loss.
Thank you for the compliment! I pass it along to the photographer Rodrigo!
Katherine Amy Vega
Manager – Burning Hot Events