Note: This special review of the Outlaw Jam was written by our very own Metalboy! I literally laughed out loud during most of this... and this post may well be the longest in site history!
Motley Crue and Poison with special guests, The New York Dolls (the latter not reviewed for reasons explained in the first line of Poison's, "Look What The Cat Dragged In")
Attendance: 14,000+ (The crowd swelled for the headliner performance)
8:23 p.m., Saturday, July 30th, 2011
"Hooligan's Holiday Mass"
Security was tight during intermission between the good-timey Glam Metal Lite vibe of Poison's performance and what would prove to be the Glam Heavy Metal onslaught of Motley Crue. By tight, I mean (no offense ladies), literally, as in tight bright yellow halter tops and even tighter black ultra-short spandex hot pants on the Teenage Supervixen Security Force Outlaw Jam had posted at the Entry/Exit gates to the VIP/Platinum Seating area. Each article of clothing, if you could call them that, had the words, "Security Team," strategically emblazoned on them just where you would expect them to be (I'll say no more). All of which, made great eye candy, granted, but it also slowed to a crawl the masses who chose to exit in between shows to either get and/or get rid of liquids before the main event. That's because every Beavis and Butthead buffoon, including my ex-lead guitarist and myself, had to stop to either thank Fox Force Five for doing such a great job "securing" us, or to propose to them, whichever came to our pee brains first.