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Ever since LANY announced their North American tour and coming to Fort. Lauderdale, I have been so stoked to see them live!
Last Tuesday, the day finally arrived!
LANY performed at Revolution Live in downtown Fort.Lauderdale! If you have never been to a concert at Revolution Live, I highly recommend going. The venue is small but there are many different areas to view the concert. Upstairs, you can watch the concert from the side of the stage and even behind the stage. There is a bar and dance floor in behind the stage on the second floor, which is so much fun! People would go to the back of the stage, just to have a dance party to their favorite songs! Check out the view:
LANY opened the concert with one of my favorite songs “Dumb Stuff!” The crowd went crazy when Jake, Paul, and Les came out! In my opinion, the best part of the show was the crowd singing every song with the band!
Check out a short clip of "Dumb Stuff:"
Two of my favorite moments from the show were during the songs: “The Breakup” and “ILYSB.”
During “The Breakup,” Paul was literally laying down on the floor while singing and playing guitar! We were watching the show from the second floor, which made for a pretty cool view of Paul on the floor! Take a peek at the performance:
My other favorite moment from the show was the last song “I Love You So Bad.” This song is what most people at the show were waiting for! It was the last song, which had the whole crowd going insane! All we wanted to do during the performance was dance! We ran around the whole second level finding new places and people to dance with! Check out a bit from “ILYSB.”
Overall, the concert was amazing! The band is still growing its fan base, so it’s pretty exciting to watch the upcoming band grow! From playing in a small venue in downtown Fort. Lauderdale to the biggest stages in the world, this band has the potential to reach billions of people!
LANY still has a few stops left on the North American portion of the tour. Go to ThisIsLANY.com to find out more!
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While the world was obsessing over the eclipse and wearing their solar glasses, the only shades I could think about were these:
Lady Gaga’s Joanne World Tour had been on my mind since I first heard the album and fell in love with this new, more vulnerable side of Gaga. Although, I had always been a fan of Gaga and the way she inspires everyone to embrace their inner self, I appreciated this softer album and the strong ballads she included such as Joanne and Angel Down.
Gaga’s concert at the Xcel Energy Center on Monday night was packed with a wide variety of age groups. I was surrounded by fans of all ages, from 9-79. When Gaga made her entrance onto the stage, she talked about how important this night was to her. She spoke about a time where she was told that a World Tour would not work for her since her music was for such a niche group, and there was no way it would succeed in certain parts of the United States. Minnesota must have been one of these controversial locations, because she emphasized that this concert was sold out.
Her performance was filled with an array costume changes and insane stage changes. Throughout the concert, pieces of the stage would ascend from the ceiling to form a bridge for Gaga to walk across. These bridges brought her from the main stage to the smaller front stage with her grand piano, and circular middle stage that fans surrounded.
Her performance was filled with an array of costume changes and insane stage changes. Throughout the concert, pieces of the stage would ascend from the ceiling to form a bridge for Gaga to walk across. These bridges brought her from the main stage to the smaller front stage with her grand piano, and circular middle stage that fans surrounded.
The concert was a jam packed 2 ½ hour Gaga experience, she sang all of her hit songs from Poker Face and Love Game to Born this Way and Telephone. The energy of these performances was electric and the entire crowd screamed along with the lyrics. However, it was her stripped performance of Edge of Glory that pulled at my heart strings and brought the crowd to tears.
Gaga dedicated this song to a native Minnesotan named Emma who Gaga looked to for inspiration in times of struggle.
Throughout the concert, Gaga communicated her love for her audience and the true message of acceptance that her music brings across. Her passion was eminent in each of her performances. However, her love was truly overflowing in her ode to her late aunt Joanne, her namesake and the album’s namesake. The lyrics of this song are so heartfelt and watching her share this piece of herself with an entire audience was indescribable.
“Before when I thought about Lady Gaga, I thought about her meat dress and crazy outfits, but now I see that she truly has a passion for music and for her fans.”
Gaga gives fans an even deeper look into her life in the Netflix documentary entitled: Five Foot Two. Gaga dropped the docu-series last week and gives a glimpse at her recent album and the process of making it!