My son Chris wrote this review - I forgot to post it, like a douchebag.
On Tuesday the 22nd of July I went to the concert event of the summer, Ozzfest, at Blossom near Cleveland. That was the greatest day in my 16 years of life. I had many new expieriences.
My day started off by hooking up with friends at the rows of shops and games with a slightly different twist to them: like beat the heckler in the face with a saturated toy ball.
Then I ventured over to the stand called "Kick me in the f'ing head, bee-otch." The rules were simple you give the attendent a dollar, if you are a female you can flash him, then you try to kick a soccer ball at the guy's head. There was another stand where you could clock your pitching speed and practice your hitting (completely complimentary, I might add).
From there it was off to the second stage where the bands rocked, especially Endo, where I had my first moshpit and crowd surfing expierience. Endo was pumping out the beats from there latest cd Songs for the Restless. Their best song was "Ruckus" off the new album.
I was launched by my friend into the pit and was soon knocked down and two bodies smashed my head like a pancake and I recieved an elbow to the eye. I was fine and it was incredibly fun.
I then became more brave and decided to go crowd surfing. I asked a fellow rocker to heave me on top of the crowd. My surfing was successful until a group of people were not paying attention and dropped me on my head.
Another good thing was that you did not have to wait more than 3 minutes in transfer between bands on the second stage. Among the many bands playing the second stage were Memento, Grade 8, Hotwire, Twisted Method,
Shadows Fall, Killswitch Engage, Unloco, Motograter, Revolution Smile, Sworn Enemy, Voivod, Cradle of Filth, and the greatest of all, Endo.