Dawson Creek Faces The Music

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The crowd was raring to go from the beginning, with Vancouver group Anami Vice kicking off the night, followed by east coast rock rap band Down With Webster. DWW were obviously already fan favourites, and the energy in the building was electric.

By the time the headliners came out, hundreds of bodies were pressing towards the stage, screaming and waving their hands for their idols. Frontman Josh Ramsey emerged from a jack-in-the-box to fly over the crowd, while heavy smoke poured over the stage. The rest of their show, part of the the Face The Music tour, followed with similar theatrics, including the four members emerging later in the show in dress shirts, underwear and sunglasses, a la Tom Cruise in Risky Business.

The crowd was clearly not disappointed, as evidenced by the permanent smiles plastered on their faces.

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