Iron Age unfortunately wasn't able to play that night.
No Talk played powerfully. Their singer spent most of his time right at the edge of the stage singing with every ounce of energy he could. Their Guitarists played passionately, yet furiously. Bottom line you could tell they really enjoyed what they were doing, and the crowd did too.
Roots Of Exile a high-energy set featuring most the songs off their album "For Our Own". They played very tight and even faster than their performance at Meridian last August. At one point Greg jumped off the stage and ran around trying to start a pit! He's wasn't afraid to share the mic either. He bent down to let the audience shout in to the microphone with him, for anyone that was willing.
Youth Brigade played a variety of Old and New songs (or as Shawn put it "New-er songs" and "song written before most of you were born") Including: "Where Are All The Old Man Bars?", "Violence", "You Don't Know Shit", "Punk Rock Mom", "Modest Proposal", "Did You Want To Die?", "Fight To Unite", and of course "Sink With California". That's where the set list ends, but after a bit of prodding from the audience they came back and played "Men In Blue(Part 1)"(which the crowd had been chanting since the show started) and "Somebody's Gonna Get Their Head Kicked In". They played everything nearly twice as fast and twice as tight as on their records. It was a great performance and everyone in the audience seemed to be thoroughly stoked.