On May 12, 2015 Thrice played a concert at the House of Blues in Anaheim, California. That evening the band was super tight and extremely energetic.
The packed house was treated to an amazing Thrice concert. The only discernible blemish was Dustin Kensrue messing up a lyric.
What’s so amazing about that May 12 show is it was Thrice’s first concert in three years! Kensrue told the throng of enthusiastic fans that it was a “warm up” show and that they “need it.”
Just imagine how good Thrice is when they feel like they don’t need any “warm up” shows.
What Else Should I Know About Thrice In Concert?
If you have Thrice tickets there’s something else you’re going notice about the band. They don’t rush. They don’t hurry through their songs and they don’t hurry through their setlist.
Thrice lets their songs breath; they play with a lot feel. They get into a groove and stay there. You’ll appreciate their precision when they play your favorite song.
Will Thrice Play “Deadbolt” In Concert?
Of course Thrice will play “Deadbolt” in concert. How can they not? The band sells a t-shirt that says “Play Deadbolt.”
It’s not their closer though. That’s usually “Beggars.”
Other Thrice songs you’re likely to hear live are “Anthology,” “The Earth Will Shake,” “Paper Tigers,” “Artist in the Ambulance,” and “Firebreather.”
Are Professional Wrestling Chants Really Heard At Thrice Concerts?
The answer to that question is no and yes. You won’t hear anyone cheering for Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, or John Cena at a Thrice concert.
You might hear the crowd chant something like “This is Awesome,” “Welcome Back,” and “You Still Got It.” Those chants are frequently heard at professional events promoted by WWE, Ring of Honor, and the like.
Another thing you’re going to hear at a Thrice show, besides pro wrestling chants and requests to play “Deadbolt,” is “thank you.”
The band likes to thank their fans. These “thanks” are not only frequent but they’re sincere and earnest. Thrice really means it when they tell their fans “thank you.”