I was 16 and attended the show.
There Was indeed some mayhem on the freeway.
The off ramp backed up and caught people off guard. My friends and I rear ended a car. There were three similar collisions already pulled off to the shoulder with officers attending when ours happened.
We were smoking a joint on the way down and had just finished when we collided. I don't know what the other people's excuse was.
The police smelled the weed, arrested my friend driving and took our IDs to do who knows what, when a motorcycle rear ended a car, sending the already stressed officer into a frenzy. He called for backup, handed our IDs to the tow truck driver and told him to take us into town. He ran to the aid of the next victim and we hopped in the truck without a second look.
We made it to the show and it was awesome.
There was one incident during the performance where Zach stopped the show and gave a speech about respecting women and chastised a group of lads who I guess were groping girls near the mosh pits up front. What a cool guy to notice and take action! Not the monster Spanish Fork expected. My friends and I however, played right into the stereotype, I'm sad to admit.
Life Elevated? Ski City? There is NO skiing in Salt Lake. The snow has sucked hard for 3 years. And the smog is out if control. Try again.
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