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Maybe it's to their detriment—or maybe these bands just happen to know exactly what their devoted audiences want—but Pennywise and Pepper preach to the choir.
Keep in mind this is a choir large enough to fill a venue like the Palladium.
Pennywise spreads its pep talks through mosh pits while Pepper blends a tight, mellow vibe through reggae and rock. You know what you're going to get when you listen to either band's records, and the same can be said with their live sets: Mosh pits will abound, and youthful energy will be exerted.
Thankfully, though, you can enjoy the show in the comfort of an indoor venue instead of standing in a parking lot in the middle of the summer. And fans won't have to worry if Pennywise will disappoint; as long as the band closes with "Bro Hymn," it'll be a worthwhile show.