The show began rather unusually for a concert, as Phoenix enlisted a presenter dressed in a suit to introduce the band in English, Spanish and Italian.
The tour was named after the group’s “Love Yourself” album series. The trilogy follows a singular story arc in which the boys finally reach an epiphany about the importance of self-love.
Under his Anvar alias, cognitive science student Daneyal Anwar makes electronic music for the thinking man.
Minimalist-themed merchandise with memorable lines from his latest album littered the front, but the age-diverse crowd quickly shuffled past into the front, where the opening act took to the stage at around 8:15 p.m.
The Korean American artist showcased his many talents at Monday’s pop-up show.
The dynamic duo provided nostalgic renditions of the songs that defined their legendary careers in entertainment.
For her fourth studio album, Ariana Grande experiments with her vocal style.
Perhaps fans can join in and pray for a new outlook on a future album: one that’s more inspired, and possibly more original.
Everything “Ye” failed to achieve, “Kids See Ghosts” accomplishes with flying colors.
With an audience that already spans across the pond, Jorja Smith is only getting ready for a long-lasting career as one of the most soulful songstresses of this generation.