Sleep Train Amphitheatre: Year in Photos

Who got on the Sleep Train in 2015? A handful of festivals, big names -- Modest Mouse, Slayer or Van Halen, anyone? -- and a whole lot of massively loud music makers.

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Our 2015 photo coverage at Sleep Train Amphitheatre started with an appropriate show: Channel 93.3's Summer Kick-Off Concert on May 8, where Fifth Harmony performed.
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The venue saw plenty of big-act super-shows this year, including 91x's annual X-Fest, where Yelawolf and others filled out a heavy bill.
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Headlining the event on June 7, Modest Mouse helped pack the venue with thousands of concert goers.
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But back to Channel 93.3's Summer Kick-Off and David Guetta, who closed out the show on May 8.
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Meghan Trainor performed as well, showing that she's "all about that bass" and more.
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And then there was Jason Derulo, the R&B powerhouse who made the crowd "wiggle" with his every move.
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The young family band Echosmith called it out to the "cool kids."
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And Pitbull was...well, Pitbull.
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Prince Royce brought it down to the crowd and got intimate at the Summer Kick-Off.
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About a month later, Modest Mouse heavy-weighted a bill of more than a dozen rock monsters at 91x's X-Fest on June 7.
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The band made fans wait nearly 10 years for the new record, which they'd dropped just a few months prior to the show.
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Classic British rock band the Cult, formed in 1983, showed the kids that they still know how to rip.
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The Cult already had a solid following in the UK before the band broke here in the late '80s.
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Iconic thrash metal outfit Slayer blew up the Mayhem Festival at Sleep Train Amphitheatre on June 26.
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Mayhem brought in acts from all over, including Denmark's King Diamond.
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Hellyeah, featuring former members of Pantera and Mudvayne, also played the Rockstar-sponsored festival that included 13 bands on three stages.
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Australian metalcore Feed Her to the Sharks got into the twinning spirit.
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So-called gore-metal group Kissing Candice from Long Island brought the creep show and brought it hard.
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More metal, more metal: Ohio's the Devil Wears Prada were a scream.
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And then were was deathcore a la Nashville's White Chapel.
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Jungle Rot
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Ah, those lazy Boys of Zummer -- the Fall Out Boy tour, that is, which got on the Sleep Train train on Aug. 8.
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Wiz Khalifa hit the Train with Fall Out Boy and together they painted it "black and yellow."
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Alt-metal outfit the Deftones lit up Sleep Train on Aug. 30.
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Incubus co-headlined the night.
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Oh yeah, did you hear that the Foo Fighters played Sleep Train Amphitheatre? Totally, they were here Sept. 24.
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Last but not least, we were "runnin' with the devil" alongside Van Halen (David Lee Roth, left; Eddie Van Halen, right) on Sept. 30.
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