The ska rocking people from Spokane enjoyed a night full of amazing ska music from legends Reel Big Fish and Streetlight Manifesto last Wednesday night.
Opening bands Rodeo Ruby Love and Lionize opened up the night before hour long sets from both Reel Big Fish and Streetlight Manifesto. Rodeo Ruby Love brought an indie vibe with their upbeat tunes while the second act Lionize played a more soulful guitar lead music.
After the two short opening acts the night really began with the first of the co-headliners, Reel Big Fish. Old, Experience and timeless Reel Big Fish came out on stage and rocked the Kitting Factory with their humorous stage presence and personalities. Jumping in unison and spinning around Reel Big Fish had the crowd jumping so much that between sets most fans sat down during the stage set up for the next band.
Up next was the final act of the night Streetlight Manifesto. Bring a more punk rock with ska influenced music. Fronted by their horn section and then Tomas Kalnoky. Streetlight Manifesto played many of their hits including Would You Be Impressed, A Better Place, A Better Time and, We Will Fall Together. With two amazing ska bands with two different distinct sounds this show was a show no ska fan would have wanted to miss. Be sure to catch both of these bands before the end of their tour. Enjoy the photos below from the Spokane show at the Knitting Factory.
Photos below: Streetlight Manifesto (1-10), Reel Big Fish (11-16), Lionize (17), Rodeo Ruby Love (18-19).