Articles tagged: Concert Review
LoveLoud has hosted LGBTQ+ charity fundraiser festivals since 2017, but this year, they're taking the show on the road.
Very few performers leave you with the impression that they belong on stage; but Del Water Gap is clearly an exception.
Frankie and the Witch Fingers provided an unexpected genre blend, and the crowd was with it.
With every song, Sorbara was able to embody and exude a vibrant, youthful energy.
Aptly named, these 19 shows are an ode to Day’s fans, with a setlist showcasing her artistic evolution as she’s steadily grown in popularity.
As the lights went out and the onstage screen lit up, it became clear that this was more than just an exhibition of music—it was an immersive drag experience.
Lovato’s Holy Fvck tour is one of healing, catharsis, and rebirth, all delivered through her natural stage presence and breathtaking vocals.
Malone provided an exciting concert that gave D.C. the opportunity to let loose and sing along on a Tuesday night in October.
Rina Sawayama is an artist who belongs in stadiums. While the pandemic put a damper on her rise to stardom, Sawayama’s return to the stage comes at an exciting time... Read more
Conan Gray’s 2022 tour has been long-awaited, and it certainly did not disappoint. In fact, it was a true testament to his stellar artistry.
Felly’s “Rush of the Road” tour demonstrates that the most integral part of a performance is the audience
Christian Felner, whose stage name is Felly, found a love for music in the same town that I did.
To much of the world, she’s Lyn Lapid—an up-and-coming songwriter-musician with characteristically melodic vocals and captivating song premises. But to me, she’s Katelyn—a high school friend I endlessly bombard with... Read more
Eight months ago, when BTS kicked off promotions for their new album Map of the Soul: 7 (2020) with a monumental performance of “ON” in an empty Grand Central Terminal,... Read more
Picture a guy that looks like a young Bob Dylan (after going electric) crossed with Timothée Chalamet sporting a Peaky Blinders haircut. Now picture that same guy, covered in sweat,... Read more
On October 25 Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds performed at The Anthem to a full audience. The band, whose first iteration was formed in 1983 and now has a... Read more