Singer Conan Gray is currently in the middle of the biggest tour of his career, and on Wednesday night he performed for his biggest crowd yet at the Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island in Chicago.
Despite the relatively cold temperatures at Chicago’s lakefront outdoor venue, thousands of fans filled the venue for Gray’s return to the Windy City. Less than a year removed from Conan’s performance at the Aragon Ballroom, Wednesday night was evidence of the “Maniac” singers exponential growth in the past couple years.
Dubbed the “Superache” Tour, titled after his 2022 sophomore album, Gray kicked things off with the LP’s upbeat track “Disaster”, a word that certainly wouldn’t describe Wednesday nights performance as things went off without a hitch. Fans sang along from start to finish, whether they were supplying backup vocals for a B-side or if it was one of his biggest Top 40 singles like “Heather” or “Maniac”.
Throughout the evening Gray’s personality was on display as much as his impressive vocals and addictive songs. The Texas native, who is a couple weeks away from a huge festival performance at Austin City Limits, joked with his fans between tracks and expressed his gratitude for the packed crowd.
Gray delivered several performances from his 2020 and 2022 studio albums, closing out the night with his hits “Heather” and “Maniac” before a memorable encore performance of his Superache single “Memories”, a fitting song to close out a night that his fans won’t soon forget.
Check out our photos from Conan Gray’s Wednesday night performance below.
Following an epic night of music at Las Vegas’ T-Mobile for night one of the annual iHeartRadio Festival, fans set their alarms to make it to Area 15 for the festival’s Daytime Stage. Boasting performances from veterans like Avril Lavigne, Big Time Rush and 5 Seconds of Summer, as well as some of music best emerging names across all genres like Chloe, Gayle and Girl In Red, the Daytime Stage had something for everyone.
With such an amazing lineup of musicians all in one afternoon, we had to check out the action first hand and capture some of our favorite moments from the outdoor festival. From Avril Lavigne’s performance of “Sk8er Boi” to 5SoS rocking out to their new single “Complete Mess”, the highlights from Saturday were endless.
Check out our photos from the iHeartRadio Festival’s Daytime Stage below!
27-year-old Denzel Curry gave his Milwaukee fans everything they wanted and more as the Florida rapper brought his headlining “Melt My Eyez” Tour to The Rave. With support from AG Club, redveil and PlayThatBoiZay, Curry performed cuts from his newly release studio album, Melt My Eyez See Your Future.
Looking into the future before Thursday nights performance, you knew that Denzel wouldn’t mail in his Milwaukee performance. The “Ultimate” rapper brought his unique sound, unmatched energy and infectious stage precedence, giving fans a night that they won’t soon forget.
Curry opened last night’s performance with his new LP’s opening track, before kicking off his headlining set with a little less than half of the album’s best tracks. For the second act of his performance Curry delivered hits from the first half decade of his career including tracks like “Wish”, “Threatz” and of course “Ultimate”, perhaps his biggest song to date.
Last but certainly not least, Curry closed his set with performances of “X-Wing” and “CLOUT COBAIN | CLOUT CO13A1N”. The former, being one of the best non-single tracks from Denzel Curry’s latest album and the latter being a standout from his third studio album.
Denzel Curry showed Milwaukee love and his Wisconsin fans showed love back. We aren’t sure when he will return to the Cream City, but fans already can’t wait for his return.
Check out our photos from Denzel Curry’s Milwaukee below.
Jack Black and Kyle Glass blew fans away at Milwaukee’s lakefront on Sunday night, giving their Wisconsin fans no regrets in skipping the Packers Bears game for a night with the D. Tenacious D gave it all on stage from start to finish and we were there to capture some of the most memorable moments from the evening.
Check out our photos from the D’s epic Milwaukee performance below.
Post Malone returned to the Windy City on Wednesday night, as his headlining arena tour, dubbed The Twelve Carat Tour, paid a visit to the United Center. With support from rapper Roddy Ricch, Posty delivered as always, just a few months removed from his big performance at Summer Smash, just a few miles away.
Check out our photos from Post Malone’s Twelve Carat Tour below and stay tuned tomorrow for our full review of the performance.
Columbian singer-songwriter Karol G kicked off her massive headlining arena tour last night at Chicago’s Allstate Arena on Tuesday night. Dubbed the “$trip Love Tour”, Karol G delivered for her Windy City fans with a 20-song setlist, including hits like “Provenza”, “Mamiii” and more.
From announcing that her next album is coming soon, to blowing fans away with a complete production full of dancers, pyro and a massive heart-shaped stage, last night was one that Karol G fans won’t soon forget.
Check out our photos from opening night of the $trip Love Tour below:
Country superstar Thomas Rhett performed for a packed crowd on Saturday night to bring Milwaukee’s Summerfest to a close.
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Summerfest 2022 is officially over and while fans are already counting down the days until next year’s festivities, we can definitely reminisce with some great photos. So what better performance to look back on than Thomas Rhett’s headlining performance on the closing night of the lakefront festival?
Check out our best photos from Thomas Rhett’s Summerfest performance below.
The “YMCA” and “Macho Man” disco stars brought their entertaining performance to Milwaukee’s lakefront on Saturday night.
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With mega hits from the ’70s and ’80s, like “Macho Man”, “In The Navy” and “YMCA”, it’s no surprise that fans came out to enjoy The Village People’s Summerfest performance this past weekend.
Led by founding member and lead singer, Victor Willis, the Village People got off to a late start but partied all night long with their Wisconsin fans at the BMO Harris Pavilion. If you weren’t in attendance, than you definitely missed out!
Check out our best photos from the Village People’s Milwaukee performance below.
With support from Avril Lavigne and Iann Dior, MGK brought his huge headlining tour to the American Family Insurance Amphitheater.
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Machine Gun Kelly is on an entirely different level since his last performance at Summerfest. Going from a crowd of 4,000 to 20,000 in just a couple years, fans came out in huge numbers to catch the “Mainstreet Sellout Tour” at the American Family Insurance Amphitheater.
MGK was joined by opening act Iann Dior and the pop punk icon, Avril Lavigne, for his huge Milwaukee performance, which was also the largest selling show of Summerfest. If you weren’t in attendance last night, you definitely missed out!
Check out our favorite photos from last night’s performance below.
Rockers Disturbed and Lamb of God brought a dose of metal to Summerfest for their headlining sets at Summerfest on June 30th.
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Things got hot at Summerfest last night as a number of the biggest names in metal, Disturbed and Lamb of God, performed at the lakefront festival’s American Family Insurance Amphitheater. We were in the pit to capture the best moments from the whole night.
Check out our favorite photos from Disturbed and Lamb of God’s Summerfest performances below.
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