One of our favourite videos/news stories of 2018 was the tale of the hardcore band putting on a show in an abandoned Denny's in the US, but what could make the idea better? How about putting on a hardcore punk show in a real, functioning Denny's?
That's exactly what happened in California recently, when a 17-year-old promoter named Bryson booked the punk band Wacko for his first-ever show at his local diner, and things got pretty wild. The ensuing mayhem resulted in what the company claimed to be $1,000 of damages (pinned onto the young promoter), but the band quickly raised over $1,000 with a GoFundMe campaign to save the day.
You can watch the full set below and skip to almost anywhere in the video to get an idea of what caused the damage:
hey y'all, this is Bryson (@m0x.ie) hes 17 years old and hes the true hero of the dennys grand slam show. Unfortunately hes the only one who is left to pay for all the damages done to this Denny's after we did our thang in thurr. Support this kid if you feel inclined, his future is hella bright and we all need brysons in our scene no matter where you are ? UPDATE: ? WE RAISED THE MONEY SO DAMN QUICK YALL LOVIN OUT HERR #wackodennys