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Blue October

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About Blue October
Genres:
Alternative
Band Members:
________________________, Jeremy Furstenfeld - drums, Justin Furstenfeld - vocals guitar, Matt Noveskey - bass, Ryan Delahoussaye - violin
Hometown:
Houston, Texas

“These songs should make you want to fall in love with somebody, or miss somebody, or want to do something outrageous with your life,” says Justin Furstenfeld, vocalist a...
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Blue October merch Flash Sale. Bandanas on sale for $15 through Friday. Great to fly your Blue October colors as you cover your face when you have to leave the house.

While supplies last in the official store: https://shop.bandwear.com/blueoctober
Posted by Blue October
7 hours ago
Blue October merch Flash Sale. Bandanas on sale for $15 through Friday. Great to fly your Blue October colors as you cover your face when you have to leave the house.

While supplies last in the official store: https://shop.bandwear.com/blueoctober
Posted by Blue October
7 hours ago
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Fan Live Reviews
The band was great as always. I did miss Justin's inspirational speech. He had done it in all of the other shows we've seen. The stage set was also very plain compared to previous sets. The biggest issues weren't really their fault. The venue is mediocre at best. Read my review in google maps. I'd see them again, but possibly not at SI.
October 19th 2019
We did the meet and greet and then experienced the always amazing performance by Blue October. The venue was packed, but we found our spot and had another life changing moment, that is Blue October; the energy; the connection to their fans; the stories that are a chronicle of the struggles and triumphs we all face each day. If you have never seen Blue October or even heard their music, do yourself a favor and make it a priority, they will speak to you directly and you will be changed for the better.
October 10th 2019
Me and my wife had been separated for 3 months before the show and we decided to take a date and watch you Justin and it opened my eyes to my actions. Since then we have been back together and doing great I can only thank you for being an inspiration to us. This was best show I've ever been to and we will be seeing you all again.
October 5th 2019
The show was incredible. I was able to get meet & greet tickets and everyone was so humble and cool to be around. The concert truly felt like it was about us as an audience and not them as a band. And if that wasn’t enough, the performance was perfection. It was something special and something I will never forget. I cannot recommend them enough. If you ever get the chance to go, you won’t regret it, I know I don’t.
June 22nd 2019
I have never heard of MONA u til the show! They are pretty awesome! After their performance they was out talking with the fans and hanging out watching Blue October 💙 I think BO is getting better and better each year I mean they did have a sold out show last night! I can’t wait for them to come again! I will definitely give MONA some more listening to also ❤️
The band was awesome and they get a five star rating from me. But the venue on the other hand was awful. I brought my special needs son to his first ever concert for his Birthday (yes it had to be Blue October no other band would do). While we got situated in our spots a drunk group came over and and was spreading their arms and legs out so nobody could pass or move and wouldn't let my son see even though I explained that it was his first show. So after the opening band we chose to go upstairs to see if there was a spot for him up there and there wasn't so we made our way back down stairs and we moved to the right of the the stage and besides the speaker being in the way he had an alright view and we were going to stay there but then 4 extremely drunk ladies made their way over and the one that was the drunkest kept elbowing and shoving my son and when he stepped forward as much as he could she started going off on him like it was his fault she was an as*. So I tried to explain my sons situation to her and she started yelling at me about him being rude (Michael doesn't speak to strangers because he's extremely shy and slow minded). So we left the area and went to the back next to the entrance and couldn't see anything so he tried to see/watch on the little TV that was hanging there. Then our luck a group of tall guys just stepped in front of Michael so they'll could see. I was so frustrated that I texted my brother to let him know how miserable Michael and I were (yes I was crying by this point). No I didn't take my sons wheelchair (which he uses if there is going to be alot of walking or standing) because I was told that there wouldn't be room at the venue for it. Even though I spent a lot of money for this show I was ready to go when my brother told me my sister-in-law was on the phone with someone at The House of Blues Orlando and they told me to find someone in a blue shirt and everything would be taken care of. The guy in the blue shirt took me to a guy in a purple shirt and he was awesome!!!! He took my son and I and put him in a seat on the balcony!!!! My sons face went from miserable to beaming and he smiled for the first time since the concert started, he actually started trying to sing along!!!! Even though I appreciated the HOB fixing the problem I will definitely not be returning there.
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About Blue October
Genres:
Alternative
Band Members:
________________________, Jeremy Furstenfeld - drums, Justin Furstenfeld - vocals guitar, Matt Noveskey - bass, Ryan Delahoussaye - violin
Hometown:
Houston, Texas

“These songs should make you want to fall in love with somebody, or miss somebody, or want to do something outrageous with your life,” says Justin Furstenfeld, vocalist a...
Read More