January 15, 2015

12 bands that have been banned from Disney

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Most recently, just this month, Letlive got dropped from Taking Back Sunday's show at House of Blues Orlando because ... well, the band says they weren't told why, just no. Letlive has since rescheduled to perform instead at Melbourne's The Boondocks Venue on April 3, and tickets go on sale Friday, Jan. 16.
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Most recently, just this month, Letlive got dropped from Taking Back Sunday's show at House of Blues Orlando because ... well, the band says they weren't told why, just no. Letlive has since rescheduled to perform instead at Melbourne's The Boondocks Venue on April 3, and tickets go on sale Friday, Jan. 16.
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In 2010, Screeching Weasel was banned by House of Blues venues on Disney properties in Orlando and Anaheim.
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In 2010, Screeching Weasel was banned by House of Blues venues on Disney properties in Orlando and Anaheim.
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In 2013, Coheed and Cambria performed at House of Blues Orlando but were not allowed to sell this shirt because it had a "bad word."
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In 2013, Coheed and Cambria performed at House of Blues Orlando but were not allowed to sell this shirt because it had a "bad word."
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In 2013, Exodus was banned from House of Blues Orlando for (in their words) "being too metal," but in Disney's words, they didn't agree with the band's "message."
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In 2013, Exodus was banned from House of Blues Orlando for (in their words) "being too metal," but in Disney's words, they didn't agree with the band's "message."
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In 2008, Gallows received the same treatment/faced the same rejection because Disney found their lyrics too offensive.
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In 2008, Gallows received the same treatment/faced the same rejection because Disney found their lyrics too offensive.
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In 2007, Machine Head had to move their show from House of Blues Orlando to Club Firestone because Disney felt the band was a liability and people thought they might get fired if they let the band perform.
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In 2007, Machine Head had to move their show from House of Blues Orlando to Club Firestone because Disney felt the band was a liability and people thought they might get fired if they let the band perform.
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Last year, Skeletonwitch was supposed to open for Amon Amarth at House of Blues Orlando, but Disney put a stop to that because they'd "been deemed unfit to associate with Disney."
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Last year, Skeletonwitch was supposed to open for Amon Amarth at House of Blues Orlando, but Disney put a stop to that because they'd "been deemed unfit to associate with Disney."
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In 2013, Cattle Decapitation says they were deemed too brutal for Disney to let them keep their date at House of Blues Orlando.
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In 2013, Cattle Decapitation says they were deemed too brutal for Disney to let them keep their date at House of Blues Orlando.
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In 2009, the Faceless were on tour with Meshuggah when Disney's House of Blues in Anaheim shut down their date and never said why.
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In 2009, the Faceless were on tour with Meshuggah when Disney's House of Blues in Anaheim shut down their date and never said why.
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Throwdown was the intended opener on Machine Head's  2007 House of Blues Orlando show and got caught up in the crossfire, also banned due to being a liability.
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Throwdown was the intended opener on Machine Head's 2007 House of Blues Orlando show and got caught up in the crossfire, also banned due to being a liability.
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