The volume of this crowd cheered on what looked to be the largest of the summer if not the musical events history. It was an emotional evening and for a band that played every single year since Larkin began the routine events. It will be hard not to see it ever again.
Dive House Union certainly went out with a bang and not only went on a high but left with a lot more fans looking for more. Let’s hope that this group finds a way to get back together in the future because it couldn’t be any brighter.