Jeff's hair was Bob Dylan-esque, there was a douchebag kid in the crowd, but overall, definitely a good show. Played a good amount from Scrambles, Get Warmer, Adults!!! and To Leave or Die in Long Island. And they ended the show with Future 86, at the end of which, the majority of the crowd rushed the stage. It was awesome.
From what I remember it the setlist was something like this, but out of order: $2,400,000(opener), 493 Ruth, Bike Test 123(craziest pit of the show), Never trust a man..., You Still Believe in Me?, Slumlord, First Time I Met Sanawon, I'm a Panic Bomb Baby!, Congratulations, John, on Joining Every Time I Die, Showerbeers!, Stand There Till You're Sober, It Shits!!!, Fresh Attitude Young Body, 25!, Sort of Like Being Pumped, Syke! Life is Awesome!(closer), Future 86(encore).
They finally printed up two different shirts for $10, one making fun of the fact that they're making shirts when for five years they said that they wouldn't:
The bottom text reads: "July 2010: After five years of only spraypainting shirts, Bomb the Music Industry! makes this t-shirt, going back on their word and proving all naysayers right. Kinda shitty, huh?"
*Note* They still spraypaint shirts after the show. Think of it as another way to donate.
And speaking of which, I contributed some stencils to their painting endeavor as well as neon pink and neon orange spraypaint, for which I got a hug from Matt the keyboard/trombone/vocalist. Hopefully they'll post pictures of the shirts they make in the coming shows.