Videos: Edgefest 17 Round-Up Featuring Fair to Midland, My Chemical Romance

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OK, we had photos on Monday to let you see what Edgefest 17 was like without going. Now, those who were at the show have had time to upload their videos from the middle of the crowd. Watch the following videos of live performances by Fair to Midland, My Chemical Romance, 10 Years, Blue October, Story of the Year and 3 Doors Down to pretend you spent the day out in the sun in Frisco.

"Wall of Jericho" by Fair to Midland

"Welcome to the Black Parade" by My Chemical Romance

"Wasteland" by 10 Years

"Into the Ocean" and "Hate Me" by Blue October

Story of the Year

"Train" by 3 Doors Down

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