I was looking forward to this concert the entire semester. Every time I felt like giving up I reminded myself that I would be seeing Frank Iero live in concert and it got me through whatever was going on. It was more than worth the wait! I had such a great time, and I have major post concert depression right now because I love Frank with all of my heart. It made me want to see him live again, he’s extremely talented and so is his band. Lots of love to Frank Iero andthe Patience for being talented beyond belief and a form of stress relief. 🖤🖤🖤
Frank and his bandmates always put on an amazing show. It was super hot in the venue so Frank kept asking how we were doing/feeling and his crew kept handing out bottles of water to share in the crowd. Lovely guy who makes great music and puts on an incredible show. This was my second time seeing them and I can't wait to have the opportunity again.
Frank and the entire band are amazing. You can tell how much they love what they're doing and how much emotion is truly in their music. Union Transfer was a perfect place to see them and honestly the energy inside that cozy venue was something I might not experience again. Frank has always been such an inspiration to me and going to this concert just made him an even more important role in my life. I don't think it could have been any better.
This was my first time seeing him, and it was amazing! Love the small venue, love the energy of the crowd, love the fact he played it like it was a big arena show. His introing between songs was funny and poked fun at the fact he lives pretty close to the area, which is always rad. And he retweeted my photo from the show so I'm extra hype.
fucking amazing! never been to a punk show with that many different kinds of people there, young and old. the band was so kind to everyone. i personally didn't get to meet Frank but i talked to Evan for a bit and he was extremely nice. definitely going to go to more of their shows in the future.
I enjoyed the opener, Dave Hause and the Mermaid, quite a bit. I felt that Frank Iero and the Patience were okay, but the crowd was horrible. There seemed to be a lot of self-important, rude, younger audience members who had no sense of personal space or concert etiquette.