Faith No More play the Mann Center in Philadelphia on Saturday night – their first appearance in the City of Brotherly Love since September 1997.
Here is the gig poster:
Phillyist: “It’s a good thing the Mann doesn’t have doors, because if it did we have the feeling they’d be getting blown off.”
Philadelphia Inquirer: “As far as reunion shows go, this is one of the most welcome. At the very least, it’s the most bizarre.”
City Paper: “When Faith No More played the Tower back in October 1992, the show came to a memorable end when Mike Patton’s evening-long taunting finally led the audience to swarm the stage. Who could forget the image of Patton singing “The Crab Song” while crowd-surfing onstage, as the rest of the band dodged people diving from the tops of the Marshall stacks?”
City Paper competition winner
Illustration from City Paper
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