Skeleton Dick had a ranging sound with influences from Pop Punk, Metal, Thrash, Comedic Punk among a few other genres. Song topics include epic battles between Robots and Dinosaurs, using Oscar Meyer hot dogs as tampons, among others.
Hell City Kings tore through an intense Proto-Punk inspired set. They played a cover of Iggy and the Stooges "Search And Destroy" that fit like a glove with their trademark raucous guitar and visually powerful vocalist. They scored most entertaining moment of the night thanks to a couple of ladies in front who thought the frontman's exposed butt crack was worthy of a few dollar bills.
Sloppy Seconds took the stage, and immediately when the first lines of "Black Roses" rang out, a steady stream of fans(and beer) began spilling over the floor onto the stage. Each song was intensified by a chorus of at least 50 drunk punks, which worked beautifully for a short vocal only performance of "If I Had A Woman". Despite their name they played tight and performed in top notch form. Stand out songs include: "Kill The Trendy", "Blackmail" "I Want 'em Dead", a cover of Anti Nowhere Leagues's "Can't Stand Rock 'n' Roll"(which disappointingly nobody seemed to recognize), "Joey Ramone Will Never Die", and "The Horror of Party Beach". They went out on a blazing trio of "I Don't Want To Be A Homosexual", "Janie Was A Nazi", and "So F*cked Up", which had the contained highest point of the entire show. During the last half, B.A. snuck into the crowd, and joined everyone in singing the final verse. Of course the hyper crowd had stull not enough yet, and began chanting "B.A.!, B.A.!". After making the audience sweat for a moment, they came out to oblige them with 3 more songs, the last of which being "Come Back Traci", that put the crowd into a slam dance frenzy. As the night ended many high fived, and hugged B.A. to show their appreciation for an amazing night that had spent many years in the making.