Rockin’ performances took the stage at Saturday night’s Rock the Park event

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London was rocking Saturday night as popular bands took the stage at Rock the Park.

The Offspring, Sublime with Rome, July Talk and Bleeker attracted a large crowd of many different ages to the event and got people swaying and jumping along to each song.

The grunge look was definitely consistent amongst concert-goers as individuals sporting plaid, piercings and ripped jeans made their way into the audience.

While a mosh pit formed in the centre of the audience, crowd surfers did not shy away from coasting along to the stage as the headliners—Sublime with Rome and The Offspring—performed some of their most popular tunes.

A cloud of smoke hovered over the general admission area of the park as people waited in between sets for the next band to come on stage.

Rome Ramirez of Sublime with Rome walked on stage holding a red solo cup in the air and got the audience cheering for them as the band started their show. Their laid-back beats had people dancing and bobbing their heads throughout the entire set.

In anticipation of The Offspring’s performance, the anxious crowd chanted the group’s name a few times in the hopes that they would appear soon. When they finally did, Dexter Holland, the lead singer, had people revved up with his energetic performance.

While the show didn’t sell out like the previous night’s ‘90s concert, the park was truly rocked with the performances on Saturday.

shmehta@postmedia.com

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