An underrated takeaway from a Pitbull show is how a Generation X performer can bring together all age demographics. At any given sight you may see a senior citizen clapping along and standing besides tik-toking Millennials and Generation Z-ers, while middle-aged fans dance to the tunes along the background. It truly is a come one, come all experience.
The main show does last a wimpy 50+ minutes from start to end; however, the motto goes “quality over quantity,” and it seems that is the Dance Gavin Dance game plan on this tour. Sheer quality, indeed.
The Papi Juancho Tour was a colorful celebration. A real South American-like atmosphere. If you know, you know. If you don’t know, now you know. It’s simply Maluma, baby, ya’know.
It takes a special kind of talent and some serious self-promotion to find yourself as the evening’s icebreaker to an amphitheater-based concert for Glass Animals on your first ever U.S. tour. Yes, binki accomplished that.
Ultimately, if you ask us if the Marc Anthony show one to catch, we will simply say: “Valio La Pena.”
Assisted by a sick strobe display and some mesmerizing background graphics, Zoé walked the walk and talked the talk for the infectious sing-along-to-every-song couple of thousand or so on hand.
Prior to the whole Covid mess we would ask, “Is Rock Music dead?” – silly question if you think about it. The answer is NO, HELL NO, NOT AT ALL. Rock music is definitely not dead. It is very much alive, kicking, screaming, bringing joy and packing stadiums with the likes of Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer.
It is now 2021 and Japanese Breakfast is no longer a band to watch; they are now a band any sane audiophile simply cannot miss.
Big Night Out was secure, fun, nostalgic, dance-inducing, buzzing, thrilling and, more importantly, normal — which in 2020 is not a given sensation.
Navigating the fine lines between an intimate tranquil performance and an all out dance party, Blood Orange and his band strive for a symphonic balanced attack to the senses.