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Wednesday, Nov 21 2012

New Found Glory emerged in the early 2000s, right at the point where most of the world thought pop-punk was on the verge of permanent death, and almost singlehandedly revived the entire genre. Going on to throw elements of hardcore and emo into its irresistibly sweet mix, the Florida quintet has managed to maintain a rabid fanbase far longer than many naysayers would've predicted. As such, getting into Bottom of the Hill on Friday or Slim's on Saturday will be tough. But if you're willing to beg, borrow, or steal, we recommend Friday's smaller Bottom of the Hill show. Especially since the much buzzed-about Emily's Army — whose drummer is none other than Joey "Son of Green Day's Billie Joe" Armstrong — is supporting. It's sure to be a pop-punk night to remember.

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