Photo Credit: T. Cody Strubel

Rubikon Dominates Wind Creek: A Powerhouse Performance Reviewed

There’s an undeniable electricity that courses through a venue when Rubikon takes the stage. With their legacy rooted deeply in rock since the early 2000s, they’re a testament to the undying spirit of the genre. Their unique blend of vintage rock with a modern flair has positioned them as one of the stalwarts of the music scene.

Last night, at The Wind Creek Event Center, every strum, beat, and lyric resounded with the kind of passion and energy that only Rubikon can deliver.

Setlist Standouts:

  • “Live That Lie”: Early in the set, this track struck a chord with the audience. Its compelling lyrics, combined with the raw energy emanating from the stage, set the tone for the evening. The crowd, both familiar fans and first-time listeners, were captivated, swaying and singing along to every word.
  • “Lose It All”: Chosen as their closing anthem, this song encapsulated the essence of Rubikon’s musical journey. A crescendo of emotions, it served as a poignant reminder of the band’s depth and range. The powerful refrains, combined with the echoing cheers from the crowd, made for an unforgettable finale.

Another of the night’s unforgettable moments was witnessing fans standing up out of their seats and dancing in the photo pit alongside us photographers. It wasn’t just a gig; it was a shared experience that blurred the lines between the stage, the pit, and the crowd, intensified by the palpable magnetism of vocalist Jae Sims.

Commanding the stage, he channeled the spirit of rock legends, ensuring every attendee felt a personal connection. Yet, it wasn’t just about one member. The collective prowess of Rubikon, their seamless interactions, and evident camaraderie turned their performance into a mesmerizing spectacle.

For those fortunate enough to be at The Wind Creek Events Center, it wasn’t just another concert – it was an immersion into the soul of rock, guided by Rubikon. If you weren’t there, take note: Rubikon’s live performances are not to be missed.

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About T. Strubel

Founder of Rock Documented in September of 2015. Serves as Lead Photographer, Writer and Editor. Voted "Best Photography" by the Central Pennsylvania Music Hall of Fame. Currently shoots with 2 Nikon D850s, Nikon 22-70mm 2.8 VR, Nikon 70-200mm 2.8 VR, and Black Rapid Shoulder Strap.

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