Home Live Reviews SPILL LIVE REVIEW: PUP @ THE DANFORTH MUSIC HALL, TORONTO

SPILL LIVE REVIEW: PUP @ THE DANFORTH MUSIC HALL, TORONTO

by Josh Carlan
Pup

PUP

@ The Danforth Music Hall, Toronto

December 14, 2016

Toronto’s very own PUP returned home Wednesday to an eager Danforth crowd as they kicked off the first show of their three-night homecoming. A cold but hungry Wednesday crowd were treated to opening sets by Chris Cresswell (The Flatliners) and Massachusetts’ natives, The Hotelier. Fans could not keep their hands off of PUP, engulfing and immortalizing lead-singer Stefan Babcock in the mosh pit. PUP ended on a vicious cover of The Beastie Boys “Sabotage” featuring Cancer Bats’ Liam Cormier that will make local show-goers come crawling back for their final 2 dates of the year. (Chastity & The Hotelier – Thursday, PKEW PKEW PKEW & The Dirty Nil – Friday)

(Photography by Josh Carlan)


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