September 20, 2010

hopscotch (part deux)

As promised, here are more pics from the shows, taken from my phone, so they're not fantastic.

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They were fantastic. Finished their set with an instrumental and blew us all away.

[caption id="attachment_272" align="alignnone" width="1024" caption="a marching band opened up public enemy. It was so awesome."][/caption]

[caption id="attachment_274" align="alignnone" width="612" caption="the one and only Flavor Flav! Thanking us for our support of his "second job called TELEVISION"."][/caption]

Apparently he's coming out with some Flavor Flav spirits and a bucket of chicken as well.

[caption id="attachment_281" align="alignnone" width="612" caption="me and the hubs at the public enemy show. it rained, but it was still awesomeness."][/caption]

the hubs LOVES public enemy. Since we decided to go to Hopscotch, he's been playing many PE records and "rapping" along to them. It's been mighty funny. I was a bit unaware of PE, but I really did enjoy their show. We had a blast. They were super entertaining (I especially liked the S1Ws, these guys in military uniforms that danced around the stage). The only downside of the night was a very rude man selling PE stuff. I am a huge sucker for concert T's. And because of him, I didn't buy one. I would have loved a "FIGHT THE POWER" shirt, but, this guy's rudeness was out of control.

So, we went our merry way, and had a blast at the show, ate some wonderful food in downtown Raleigh: The Remedy Cafe, the Raleigh Times, last....but BEST was Dos Tequitos.

I was so hungry and tired that I didn't get any pictures, but this was really the best mexican/columbian food I've ever had! Cheers to them, and to you!

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