Sarah Douglas

New Years Day, The Warning, and Halestorm at the Fillmore

13:00 October 03, 2022
By: Sarah Douglas

Thursday night was a night filled with girl rock power at the Fillmore in New Orleans. The night opened with New Year's Day, a rock band from Anaheim California. Lead by frontwoman Ash Costello with her signature red and black split dye hair, New Year's Day brought the house down with their set. They played their hits "Shut Up" and "Come for Me" along with their newest single "Hurts Like Hell." If you're a fan of bad ass girl singers and a band captivating stage presence, then New Year's Day is a band definitely worth checking out.


The Warning was the second act of the evening. The band, consisting of 3 sisters ages 20, 18 and 15, was a very exciting surprise. They played songs like "Choke," "Money," and a cover of Metallica's "Enter Sandman." The sisters pushed through their set with headbanging, dark and moody lighting and a youthful and fun energy. Your teenage daughters will love this band!


Headlining the show was the rock group, Halestorm. Halestorm erupted onto the stage, rocking out to "Love Bites (So Do I)," and enchanting the crowd. They went on to play hits like "Freak Like Me," "I Miss the Misery," and "The Steeple." With frontwoman Lzzy Hale's heartfelt screams and hard rock guitar riffs, Halestorm really knows how to put on a hell of a show!

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