Photo Credit: T. Cody Strubel

Hinder and Goodbye June Ignite Harrisburg

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Last Tuesday night, the Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center (HMAC) Capitol Room was ablaze with energy as Hinder and Goodbye June took the stage for a night of hard rock that left fans yearning for more. The performances were electrifying, with both bands delivering powerful sets that showcased their musical prowess and stage presence.

Goodbye June kicked off the night with a dynamic performance that set the tone for the evening. Their set included fan favorites like “See Where the Night Goes,” “Man of the Moment,” “Breathe and Attack,” “Good Side,” and “Darlin’.”

The band’s raw energy and passion were palpable as they engaged the crowd with their infectious melodies and powerful vocals. “Daisy” and “Secrets in the Sunset” were particularly memorable, showcasing the band’s ability to blend hard rock with soulful, emotive lyrics.

Hinder took the stage with a commanding presence, opening their set with the high-energy “Up All Night.” The band continued to captivate the audience with hits like “How Long,” “Intoxicated,” “What Ya Gonna Do,” and “Use Me.” Hinder’s performance of “King of the Letdown” and “Without You” demonstrated their versatility, blending powerful vocals with emotional lyrics that resonated with fans.

The audience was left buzzing with excitement, proving that Hinder and Goodbye June had delivered a night of unforgettable rock music. Overall, the HMAC was the perfect venue for this hard rock extravaganza, providing an intimate setting that allowed fans to fully immerse themselves in the music. Both Hinder and Goodbye June demonstrated their incredible talent and passion for their craft, leaving fans eagerly anticipating their next performances. This night at HMAC was a testament to the power of live music and the enduring appeal of hard rock.

Goodbye June


T. Cody Strubel is the founder of Rock Documented, a platform he established in September 2015. As the Lead Photographer, Writer, and Editor, Cody has been instrumental in shaping the site's content and visual aesthetic. His exceptional work in music photography was recognized by the Central Pennsylvania Music Hall of Fame, where he was voted "Best Photography" at their inaugural event. Cody's equipment of choice includes two Nikon D850s, a Nikon 22-70mm 2.8 VR, a Nikon 70-200mm 2.8 VR, and a Black Rapid Shoulder Strap. His passion for music and photography, combined with his commitment to promoting local talent, makes him a vital voice in the Central Pennsylvania music scene.

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