The Wonder Years finished off its fall headliner in Bethlehem, PA this past Halloween night. About half of the 2,000 people in attendance were in costume (many of those being bananas) for the costume contest judged by The Wonder Years' merch guy. Hey Arnold took home the top prize, and Ron Burgundy and Jesus were runner ups. Gnarwolves, a punk trio all the way from the UK, kicked off the night. The crowd really got going as Modern Baseball took the stage as bed sheet ghosts. The very close to hometown crowd was the loudest of the night up to that point as the band rolled through 10 songs. The Story So Far came out as true rockers (except guitarist Will Levy who opted for the skeleton look) and ended the set with a massive instrument swap with other bands that included a saxophone solo. The Wonder Years finished off the tour dressed as breakfast while fans (including one dressed as Hank the Pigeon) screamed and crowd surfed for the duration of the long set. Check out some photos from the fun night below.
The Story So Far
The Wonder Years
Links: Gnarwolves - Modern Baseball - The Story So Far - The Wonder Years - Dieter Unrath Photography