Festapalooza proved without a doubt that Shreveport rocks. Fans turned out from Shreveport-Bossier, east Texas and even Arkansas to see Sevendust, Filter, Pop Evil and the rest of the lineup tear up the stage at Festival Plaza.
Check out photos and videos of you, our listeners, rocking out and having fun at Festapalooza.
Festapalooza headliner Sevendust closed out a day full of the most kick-ass rock Shreveport's seen in a long time. Once the inimitable Lajon Withersoon took the stage by storm, the crowd instantly forgot they were on their feet all day and came alive for a searing performance that had every single person dancing and screaming along.
Before Filter took the stage at Shreveport's Festival Plaza, there was a noticeable buzz among the Festapalooza concertgoers. And once the band walked out, the crowd knew they were bringing with them the intense energy and powerful songs that fans have grown to expect.
Check out photos of Filter playing live in Shreveport, La.
Michigan's Pop Evil may have been a long way from home, but they were given a warm Louisiana welcome by the Festapalooza crowd. Not only did they perform their current hit "Trenches," but frontman Leigh Kakaty earned the crowd's respect with some heartfelt dialogue.
Check out our photos from Pop Evil's blistering performance.
Pop Evil was anything but shy at Festapalooza. Need proof? Singer Leigh Kakaty must have gotten a little bored of the Festival Plaza stage, because during the band's blazing set he decided he'd rather stand on the audience. And we caught the great moment on video. Check it out.
Texas Hippie Coalition turned it up at Shreveport's Festival Plaza for Festapalooza. Singer Big Daddy Rich had the audience cheering and laughing between songs with his...let's call it colorful sense of humor. Check out out photos of Texas Hippie Coalition rocking live.
Michael Childs, the man who purportedly left a hilarious voice mail message of him providing a play-by-play description of a car accident and describing how a group of four old women beat up a man who hit their car, has Shreveport roots.
Everybody is talking about -- and buying -- a product called Poo-Pourri after its funny commercial, starring Bethany R. Woodruff, went viral this week. But who exactly is the stunning redhead who sells the oddball product while sitting on a porcelain throne?
This fall, Five Finger Death Punch is bringing heaven and hell (and metal) to Louisiana when it plays the CenturyLink Center in Bossier City on Thursday, October 17 in support of their upcoming album "The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righetous Side of Hell, Part 1."
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