Dickey Hands played a mixed set of Hardcore punk and a more experimental grungier sound. After about 30 minutes of hardcore noise and some bloodcurdling screaming from their excitingly convulsive frontman they threw their respective instruments down and walked off stage.
Fuska added a set of Ska to the mixed stylings of the night. They played tight, fast, and relentlessly through their sometimes choppy, sometimes more punk performance. The band had an excitingly energetic stage show with a highly mobile guitarist, vocalist, and even keyboard player, there's always something to capture the viewer's attention.
American Heist put on an especially energetic performance with their classic Folk Punk influenced Melodic Hardcore sound. They handled the stage, and audience notably well, and got the club into a much more excited state. After blazing through a half hour set of anthemic songs like: "Breakdown", and "22"(which was dedicated as is custom, to the men and women in armed forces), they joined the crowd in awaiting the headliner...
Agent Orange quickly took their stage, and after greeting the crowd began the classic Surf instrumental "Misirlou", followed by their own hit "Everything Turns Grey". The band played without a set list that night, and broke into whatever song they decided on, or was cried out feverishly enough from the crowd. Somewhat ironically they played as fast and tightly as ever. Highlight songs include: "America", "No Such Thing", "Voices In The Night", a cover of "Police Truck" by the Dead Kennedys, which featured a few fans onstage to join in on vocal duty, among other songs. The night overall showed the band running through a wide range of songs from their first album all the way up to their newest release, a Halloween cover single(which was performed in its entirety).
After about an hour of nonstop Surf Punk, the band began their final songs which included the classic hit "Bloodstains", which of course had the crowd in a frenzy, and fittingly "The Last Goodbye" as their last song. Upon, ending their set the band greeted the audience, as is ritualistic for the band, and signed a couple stashes of posters and other items for the fans.