They did, but half of the billed line up was missing for some reason. And we showed up just to see the last 30 minutes of the show. And hitting up the sold out party afterwards. Because the show, it was not filled. It was filled like the first performance on the last day of the festival when everybody is still hung over. Yeah, the killabeez are not the most famous of artists any more.
Besides all that, it was a decent show. Maybe because I know some songs and was already getting drunk. I was even kind enough to buy myself a Black Knights album from Rugged Monk, who wasn’t billed but did show up. They could’ve had the decency to at least adjust the billing at the counter. So I own a copy of that Every Knight Is A Black Knight album.
Like I said, that party that was planned afterwards, 90s Now, was sold out. So slowly the venue did fill up and we had a great night drinking and partying to classic 90s songs. Who would have guessed. We almost did not even go inside if it wasn’t for that party.
The next time the Killabeez are coming here, I think most will think twice, trice before even thinking about going. Because I was so excited to see Buddha Monk for the first time. Sadly he was not there, but neither was Mark The Mayoya.