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DESPITE THE NASTY WEATHER, HOOBASTANK REIGNED

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By Chaz Dykes

Hoobastank performed at Busch Garden’s Food and Wine Festival in Tampa Florida, on Saturday 4/29/2023. It was a remarkable demonstration of perseverance and passion for both the band and their fans. Despite the relentless rainstorm that lasted throughout the entire evening, Hoobastank put on an amazing show that left the audience thoroughly entertained.

The band members showcased their incredible musicianship, as they effortlessly delivered hit after hit with flawless precision. The crowd roared with approval, singing along to every song and dancing in the rain without any care in the world. The energy in the air was like lightning, and it was clear that Hoobastank forged a deep connection with their fans.

The rainstorm could have easily ruined the night, but instead, it seemed to have brought everyone closer together. The fans huddled under their umbrellas and ponchos, cheering on with unbridled enthusiasm. The band, in turn, gave it their all on stage, clearly feeding off the energy of their devoted fans.

Despite the challenging weather conditions, Hoobastank delivered an outstanding performance. Their unwavering commitment to their craft and their fans’ unwavering support made for a truly magical evening.

The rain also made it difficult to capture photos, but we do the best we can to bring you coverage of what’s going on in the Tampa Bay Area.

For more about Hoobastank and where to see them visit their website:

https://hoobastank.com

Now go out and see some live music!!

 

Chaz Dykes

Chaz is a unique combination photographer and musician. He is the set photographer for HGTV’s , 100 Day Dream Home. He’s a bass player whose local credits include The Hunks of Funk, The Untouchables Gary Schutt and his original band was BLAK (Voted best of the Bay). Chaz National Credits include, Jeff Scott Soto, Jewel, Mike Lynche and many others