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Set It Off

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About Set It Off
Genres:
Orchestral Pop Rock
Band Members:
Cody Carson, Vocals Dan Clermont, Guitar Zach DeWall, Guitar Maxx Danziger, Drums
Hometown:
Tampa, FL

Every day that you wake up, you have a choice. A choice of who you are, how you present yourself, and how you want to be remembered. And in the face of those daily choice...
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Fan Live Reviews
Makayla
Atlanta, GA@
Masquerade Hell
March 15th 2019
It was great! The openers were fantastic. I'll definitely be listening to more of their stuff. The amount of energy that Set It Off has is only rivaled by the engery that they're able to pull from the crowd. They were also really nice when I got to meet them. I can't wait to see them again! I still not sure how maxx managed to convince the rest of the band to add baby shark to the set list, though XD
sOpH
Chicago, IL@
Metro
February 28th 2019
Oh my gosh the concert was so amazing and exciting! I would go back in a second if I could! The only thing I would have done differently was get there a little earlier so I could be closer to the front, and I kinda wish they stayed out to meet a few fans, but I understand that they were tired. Even if I didn't do that I would 1000000% want to go back, it was the most amazing experience ever! I have to say that it was even better than the Panic! at the Disco concert I went to, because it felt more intamite. All in all I LOVED IT!
Isabel
Chicago, IL@
Metro
February 28th 2019
They definitely deserve to score bigger venues, But honestly aside the venue having a few downfalls(small bathrooms and small merch location), the show was amazing! Not my first or last time seeing them. Great openers, amazing crowd energy. I also like that you can decide to stay on the third floor(balcony) or actually open area. Thanks for coming to Chicago!
Emery
Denver, CO@
Summit
February 25th 2019
i had an amazing time. i’m so proud to be able to rate this 5 stars out of total honesty. last time i saw Set It Off was 2016 Warped Tour and i was so pleased to see them again. they were so nice and sweet and i loved the energy they gave off. thank you for the incredible show!!
Suzi
Salt Lake City, UT@
In the Venue
February 25th 2019
The sound equipment was a bit screwy but it didn't matter because everyone performing was so talented and amazing! It was my 3rd time seeing Set It Off and 1st time for the rest so it was awesome getting to see emerging artists and be re-blown away by Set It Off♡
jenna
Chicago, IL@
Subterranean
November 9th 2018
i honestly don’t think this show could’ve been any better. the amount of crowd interaction was unbelievable. cody stagedove and crowdsurfed like crazy. he took fans who were taking videos of the shows phones and filmed either the crowd or himself. he would get up in people’s cameras, and he even waved to my friend who i was facetiming during the show. he would put his arm in the crowd and essentially hold at least fifteen hands at once, but he’d also just hold one person’s hand at some points. he held my hand countless times and it was magical. he would talk to the crowd and actually reply to things he heard. even the other boys got in on the crowd interaction when all of them threw their set lists into the crowd, when dan and zach threw guitar picks, and when maxx threw his drum sticks. dan got even more in on it when he heard me shout “play heart breaker 101.” he had replied with something like “heart breaker 101? that’s an old one!” the boys also had fun interactions with each other such as maxx and cody drumming together, and zach lifting up cody’s guitar string that broke in the middle of bad guy. of course as usual the boys came out to meet fans after the show even though the venue’s staff were telling them to move away from the venue and to leave. the boys just moved farther from the entrance. zach and dan came out first and we so lovely. i had already gotten to meet them both during vip so i facetimed my best friend and let her talk to the boys. i told zach to say hi to her and he goes “hi friend!” he seemed really excited to talk to her but their interaction was short seeing as he probably wasn’t ready for it. after that i met dan again, i got another hug from him and then asked him to say hi to my friend. they had an actual conversation that went on for about 3-5 minutes. my friend had told him about how she was supposed to see them and have vip for their houston show with simple plan but due to hurricane harvey it was cancelled. dan seemed genuinely sorry and apologized multiple times saying that they would try to get there next tour. after this we had to wait about fifteen more minutes until maxx and cody came out. i went over to maxx first because there were less people over by him. i facetimed my friend and asked maxx if he could talk to her. she told him about her situation and he also felt sorry. he knew just how to lighten the mood though. he noticed my friend doing the “egg thing” with her camera, so he decided to do it to. i genuinely found it hilarious. last we went over to cody. he was genuinely so cool and what happened when i was over there shows how much of a genuinely good person he is. a man came over asking all of us for money for crack(as this man explicitly said). cody immediately said something like “no one has any money” and the man went away. cody then proceeded to talk about how angry this man made him because he was trying to take his fans’ money to use on drugs and cody didn’t like that his fans were being taken advantage of. after all that went down cody got to talk to my friend. he was just like dan when talking to her but he apologized so many more times. he felt so genuinely sorry. hands down best show i’ve been to
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About Set It Off
Genres:
Orchestral Pop Rock
Band Members:
Cody Carson, Vocals Dan Clermont, Guitar Zach DeWall, Guitar Maxx Danziger, Drums
Hometown:
Tampa, FL

Every day that you wake up, you have a choice. A choice of who you are, how you present yourself, and how you want to be remembered. And in the face of those daily choice...
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