warped tour st. louis

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The Warped Tour at St. Louis, MO was my second time meeting Motionless in White. Even though I couldn’t hug or take pictures with them, they still managed to make my day. Last time I met them was at the 2012 Warped Tour and they’re just as nice as they’ve always been. That’s probably one of the best things about this band other than their talent, and ability to put on an amazing show. They really appreciate their fans and they aren’t cocky rock stars that are too good for others, which is rare for bands these days. It’s crazy to see how far they’ve gone since I saw them 2 years ago. And even though I wasn’t able to talk to them as long as I wanted, Balz said hello, Ryan asked me how I was doing, Ricky joked about me wearing black on a hot summer day and Chris told me thank you for coming to see them. Just being able to go from watching their music videos on YouTube to seeing them right in front of me is so surreal to any fan and it means a lot me. They are by far my favorite band. <3

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I got to meet Garret Rapp and the rest of The Color Morale at Warped Tour in St. Louis. I got them all to sign my drawing, and they told me it was “Sick!” which made me so happy. Their set was later that night, and it was one of the greatest shows I’ve ever been to. Also, side-note, they’re all really tall. Oh, and I told Devin that I liked his beard and he gave me a high-five.

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I was at the St. Louis Warped Tour, when my friend and I were walking by the Warheads tent. I stopped and said to my friend; “Oh my god. That’s Johnnie Guilbert.” Johnnie and Jason were jumping in the foam pit that was set up in the tent. After a few minutes of my friend persuading me to go up and talk to him, I finally got in the small line that accumulated as my friend talked to me. When I finally got to talk to him, I awkwardly asked him for a picture. We took the picture, then, as I was about to walk out of the tent, Johnnie hugged me and thanked me. I swear, that was the best moment of my life, and honestly, I almost had a heart attack. Thank you Johnnie!