Toxicity 33: Toxic (Festival) Gold Edition

Posted: May 9, 2014 in Toxicity
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Drummer Daren Taylor, setting up his own kit at Squamish Festival 2012. Photo by Glen.

Drummer Daren Taylor of The Airborne Toxic Event, setting up his own kit at Squamish Festival 2012. Photo by Glen.

By Glen

The last week has been bone dry in terms of Airborne Toxic Event news, other than the addition of a June 21 gig in El Paso, TX to the band’s upcoming tour schedule. But tonight the drought comes to an end, as the band returns to action at Atlanta’s Firefly Festival, followed quickly by a stop at St. Louis’ Point Fest tomorrow. With no other news to report, we’ll whet your appetite for a summer of TATE fun with an all Toxic Gold edition of Toxicity: nothing but video of some of Airborne’s most memorable festival sets from the past five years. Enjoy!

Coachella, Apr. 17, 2009

Does This Mean You’re Moving On?

Lollapalooza, Aug. 9, 2009

Wishing Well:

Innocence:

Reading Festival, Aug. 29, 2009

Papillon:

T in the Park, Jul. 8, 2011

All I Ever Wanted:

Changing:

Welcome to Your Wedding Day:

Austin City Limits, Sept. 18, 2011

Does This Mean You’re Moving On?

DeLuna Fest, Oct. 16, 2011

Does This Mean You’re Moving On?

Coachella, Apr. 14, 2013

Full Set (minus show opener “All At Once” and half of “All I Ever Wanted,” which were not broadcast due to technical difficulties)

Glen, Fan of The Airborne Toxic EventGlen is the founder and editor of This Is Nowhere. He’s grateful for an understanding wife and kids who indulge his silly compulsion to chase a band all over the Pacific Northwest (and occasionally beyond) every time the opportunity arises.

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Comments
  1. julie says:

    Trivia question: at which televised festival and during what song did Anna’s dress blow straight up, Marilyn Monroe style? (I recall seeing it, but can’t remember where). I strongly suspect this incident led to her fashion choice to wear shorts instead…

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