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    Trouble at the HoB?

    I have had drinks and food at the Downtown Disney House of Blues but have never seen a show. I have looked at the show line up and it has an interesting mix of alternative, rock, Hip Hop, and 80s (oddly enough, not a lot of Blues). Some band I would think would draw a questionable crowd to a Disney property (however are not unusual for the other HoBs line up). I am curious if anybody knows if there has every been any trouble or big fights at the House of Blues at Disneyland's Downtown Disney?

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    Re: Trouble at the HoB?

    hahaha I wouldnt douht it with some of the bands that have played there
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    Cool Re: Trouble at the HoB?

    I'm not sure I understand the question. I think what you are trying to ask, is does hip-hop and other 'non-blues' act draw violent, thugish people.

    If it helps any, I enjoy hip-hop a great deal, I have never been arrested, I hold a bachelors and masters degree, and I work as a professional crisis therapist. Just to give you an idea of a 'hip-hop' person. So I guess I am saying if a group I liked was at HoB, like Kanye West, Mos Def, etc. I would be there. I think the biggest crime I would commit would be to use a fastpass that is expired......

    So, I guess my point is, it's not a good idea to paint with a broad brush and generalize people based on one aspect.

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    Re: Trouble at the HoB?

    Yes, but not NEARLY as many as at HOB Sunset. They've been shut down a few times in the past.

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    Re: Trouble at the HoB?

    ^^ I'm not sure if it was just a "Hip-Hop" statement. Bad Religion has played there, along with ALOT of other Metal and Punk bands. I'm not sure accusing somebody of making blanket statements about people who go to Hip-Hop concerts is the right thing to do.

    I have gone to ALL KINDS of concerts from Hip Hop, Punk, Classic Rock, even stuff like Elton John. You get bad elements at all of them. Period.

    Back to the question, I'm sure there have been problems. But overall most people who go to any kind of concert are pretty well behaved.


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    Re: Trouble at the HoB?

    My step dad went there to see Flogging Molly and said that there wasn't even any moshing. It was a well natured crowd.

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    Re: Trouble at the HoB?

    It's fun to walk by and guess who's playing based on what the people attending the show are wearing. I've never seen fights there but I don't go to shows that seem to attract a crazy crowd either. (Well, not crazy as in violent )
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    Re: Trouble at the HoB?

    Wow, I would have thought there would have been a mob the night JC Chasez was there. I would have tried to rush the stage for sure. Ok no, I wouldn't have, but with all the girlies there surely a cat fight would have broken out!!!
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    Re: Trouble at the HoB?

    Quote Originally Posted by Disneykat
    Wow, I would have thought there would have been a mob the night JC Chasez was there. I would have tried to rush the stage for sure. Ok no, I wouldn't have, but with all the girlies there surely a cat fight would have broken out!!!
    There was some pushing, shoving and dirty looks inside but no big fights! The big scary looking bodyguards might change your mind about rushing the stage!
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    Re: Trouble at the HoB?

    Quote Originally Posted by Max Fischer
    So, I guess my point is, it's not a good idea to paint with a broad brush and generalize people based on one aspect.
    I am sure that a fight is more apt to happen at Snoop Dogg than it is at Kenny G.
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    Re: Trouble at the HoB?

    Quote Originally Posted by SpaceMTJunkie
    I am sure that a fight is more apt to happen at Snoop Dogg than it is at Kenny G.


    Hmm, that is a tough one... Kenny G with the long hair, or Kenny G with the short hair? It makes a huge difference.

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    Re: Trouble at the HoB?

    The main difference, no matter who or what the act is or which venue it is, more often than not is how well the bar is doing.

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    Re: Trouble at the HoB?

    Hmm, that is a tough one... Kenny G with the long hair, or Kenny G with the short hair? It makes a huge difference.
    i prefer the long haired Kenny G.








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    Re: Trouble at the HoB?

    HoB's prices usually keep the scum out, however where ever you find alcohol, you can find a-holes.
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    Re: Trouble at the HoB?

    Quote Originally Posted by sir clinksalot

    Back to the question, I'm sure there have been problems. But overall most people who go to any kind of concert are pretty well behaved.
    You'd be surprised at what people do at concerts. I used to work concert security and people were acting up no matter what kind of artist was performing. From Aaron Carter to Widespread Panic to Jaguares, all have their rowdy fans that will do anything to get cloe to their favorite artists. And as someone said alsok add alcohol in the mix, or other drugs for that matter and things can get pretty hairy.
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