Studded Boots and ready to Riot!
Dropkick Murphy's @ the Paramount
370 New York Ave,
Huntington, NY 11743
Can't say it enough: I LOVE THIS PLACE. It is a fantastic venue and pretty much my favorite. Its not
the biggest, but its pure quality. They have 3 bars and a great tiered, horseshoe shaped layout around the
stage. Similar to Terminal 5 in the city, but cleaner, nicer and newer.
This was my second time seeing Dropkick here and it was fantastic as usual. High energy, high fun and a
fantastic evening, which is to be expected when going to see the Dropkick's around St. Paddy's day at Long
Island's best venue. Of course one of the coolest features of the Paramount is the Founder's Room, a member's only bar that is reminiscent of an old speakeasy, fully loaded with pocket rooms, vintage decor and staff that dresses the part. It's amazing! I'm sort of obsessed with the place.
Now what to wear to a celtic punk rock show. Decisions, decisions. Well, I decided I needed something that was layered because it usually gets insanely hot, something with green, shoes I could jump around in, no necklaces or bracelets (I always break them at shows) and I wanted to go a little punky grunge with a fem twist to it. So here we have it:
| XHILARATION sugar skull tank | CONVERSE sweatshirt blazer |
| F21 shorts | LOVE CULTURE stockings | PRADA sunglasses |
| TARGET earrings | CANDIES boots |
Then to a pocket room in the Founder's Room,
beneath the Paramount.
So I'm working at one of my four jobs and a customer at the bar starts talking to me about the Dropkick Murphy's -so I tell him I'm going to see them again at the Paramount. He tells me he went last June, I say I was there too. He tells me he took a video of the girls dancing to "Kiss me, I'm Sh*tfaced," I realize I'm in the video. So here is me at the show last June, to see more from this post click here.