Photo review: Incubus at 1-800-Ask-Gary Amphitheatre, Tampa

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This past Sunday, California alt rock heavyweights Incubus played a loud, bright show to the people who ended up at 1-800 ASK GARY Amphitheatre, a small enough number that the lawn was shut down and pavilion tickets passed around. Was everyone saving their money for Blink-182? Or maybe they weren't in the mood to hear Incubus push tracks off their 2011 LP, If Not Now, When?. I can understand the latter, however these guys are always on point live, regardless of what songs they're playing. With a dazzling screen of visuals behind them, Incubus performed flawlessly while transitioning into one song after another. Young The Giant played a long opening set but didn't really seem to get the crowd pumped. The people had come to see Incubus, and when Brandon Boyd hit the stage, the endless noisy wave of cheering cemented this fact home.

More photos after the jump.

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