Motopsycho Mania: Death-Defying Tricks and Live Music at Comcast Arena
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The last date listed for Motopsycho Mania was Friday January 27, 2012 / 7:30pm.
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Featured review from Matthew
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It was not at all what I was expecting. It was a very unorganized group of amateurs riding around on their motorcycles. Suited for a preteen audience. Some of the tricks/jumps where amazing, however after haven seen them two or three times by the 5th and 6th time they where boring. The show was only about 90 min and came to a very abrupt end when an announcement came over head inviting everyone to "come down and watch the filming of a rock video" Over all LAME!!! and I would not go see this show again.
Grindco’s _Motopsycho Mania _motorcycles & music tour is revving into Comcast Arena featuring three insane motorcycle stunt show attractions — Superstar Freestyle Motocross jumpers tricking and flipping a huge ramp-to-ramp set up; The Globe of Death steel cage act with multiple motorcyclists inside the ball at one time; Extreme street motorcyclists showcasing their version of two-wheeled insanity with what they can do on everyday street bikes The night is topped off with an energy-charged live concert performance by Tony Grinder & Means to an End, a Los Angeles based Industrial/Electronic/ Rock band that mixes heavy hard-hitting riffs, crushing industrial beats, and incendiary vocals to deliver an audio and visual spectacle not seen since early Nine Inch Nails or White Zombie. This event is being brought in by Grindco Entertainment, a full-service live event production company, _Motopsycho Mania _is a unique combination of talented acts brought together for a truly unique patron experience and the trademark of Grindco shows.
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