Hip-hop takes peaceful tone at Rock t...

Hip-hop takes peaceful tone at Rock the Bells

There are 6 comments on the San Bernardino County Sun story from Aug 22, 2010, titled Hip-hop takes peaceful tone at Rock the Bells. In it, San Bernardino County Sun reports that:

About 25,000 fans at Saturday's Rock the Bells festival were rewarded with an all-star hip-hop lineup and a peaceful vibe.

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Mountain Man

Lake Arrowhead, CA

#2 Aug 23, 2010
"It's all love. There's been no problems," he said, adding he had seen no violence of any kind at the festival.

No problems at the festival, just a nice little back up on the freeway that snaked from the Orange Show exit on the 215 to the 10 west. Also the side streets around the Orange Show were a mess. I did not know about this so called concert and got caught in the mess on the freeway. I wish the Orange Show would pay me for my time spent on the freeway due to their so called "concert". They should also pay the City of San Bernardino for the law enforcement needed to direct the traffic at the five way intersection by the Orange Show. For once I wish the Orange Show would host family orientated concerts, not Rap, Punk or especially Rave concerts. And especailly concerts that cause traffic nightmares for those who could care less about the concerts they are sponsoring. If they can't do that then I say close the thing down.

Los Angeles, CA

#3 Aug 23, 2010
Good job not pointing out that the promoter robbed people of their money by charging a ridiculous parking fee per ticket to only not have ample parking to accommodate the amount of attendees. You also forgot to mention the lack of water stations or just plain lack of water period, the many many attendees who passed out in lines or in common areas from the heat, the amount of time people stood in lines versus the amount of times they actually got to see a performance, the lack of toilet paper and hand sanitizing stations, the lack of response to emergencies and the overall disrespect from the event staff when asked a question. Did you also forget how misinformed the attendees were because the event staff had 'no idea' what was going on or where anything was or what time anything would be happening? Unnecessary! Way to go SB Sun.. great job sugar coating what used to be the BEST Hip Hop festival to ever set foot in the IE. The artists were awesome, the promoter and venue sucked.

San Bernardino, CA

#4 Aug 23, 2010
So glad that the people could ENJOY themselves. BUT not true for my family. We had tickets to the Races they hold at speedway on the Orange Show grounds. This event was canceled because of the CONCERT???. Seem they want a bunch of DOPE SMOKING, TROUBLE MAKING and UN-INTELLIGENT NOISE MAKING events. Instead of good clean family oriented events.

Trona, CA

#6 Aug 23, 2010
alan shut up, Yucaipa! home of the dope cookers

San Diego, CA

#7 Aug 23, 2010

San Diego, CA

#8 Aug 23, 2010

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