Last month Olivia Rodrigo delivered her second ever concert on a huge stage, the iconic Moody Theater in Austin, Texas for a special taping of Austin City Limits Live. The taping will air on PBS in December but you can peep our photos for a taste of the huge performance.
Check out our photos from Olivia Rodrigo’s second ever live concert at the iconic Austin City Limits:
We’re pulling some never before seen photos from the vault from Olivia Rodrigo’s first live concert. Following a couple performances on award shows and Saturday Night Live, fans traveled from across the country to Sin City for the iHeartRadio Music Festival and to witness Olivia’s highly anticipated headlining set.
Check out our photos from Olivia Rodrigo’s first ever live concert:
Chicago’s WGCI brought some of the biggest names in hip-hop and R&B to the United Center this weekend for their annual Big Jam. The lineup included 2019’s biggest hitmakers from hip-hop heavyweights the Migos, the charismatic DaBaby, and “Hot Girl Summer” creator Megan Thee Stallion.
The stacked-up bill also included support from Tink, Yella Beezy, Jacquees, G Herbo, and Wale. It also included a surprise appearance from Chicago’s own Jeremih during Wale’s set. The Chicago fans came to represent the city well with the strong support for G Herbo. The hometown favorite wasted no time in his laidback robust set.
Meg The Stallion turned up the crowd into a frenzy with her Hot Girl Summer anthems. She also led two rounds of an audience volunteered twerk showcase. Da Baby’s hip-hop musical took over the Big Jam stage, which created an energy-filled performance from start to finish that performing in the show out audience. There was a missed opportunity not having Megan Thee Stallion and Da Baby perform “Cash” together, but both performances were equality highlights of the night.
Big Jam paid tribute in the packed United Center to Chicago’s own Juice Wrld. “Lucid Dreams” played as a montage of footage of past performances and studio sessions played to honor the recently passed artist.
WGCI’s Big Jam continues to bring the biggest names in music, creating a lineup of can’t miss performances. This year was no different. The always sold-out Big Jam is the best way to celebrate and enjoy the biggest names in hip-hop and R&B. Big Jam has succeeded in ending the year on a high note with its talent stacked lineup.
Maren Morris is on top of the world right now. After taking home the night’s biggest award, for Album of the Year at the Country Music Awards, Maren Morris wrapped up her huge Girl: The World Tour with a couple final dates in the Midwest, including a big performance at The Rave in Milwaukee, WI.
No stranger to Milwaukee’s historic venue, Maren Morris’ weekend performance was her biggest in Milwaukee to date. From her co-headlining show with Jon Pardi to her opening set for Keith Urban at the Bradley Center, Maren Morris has delivered a number of memorable performances in Milwaukee. The “My Church” singer added to that list of great performances on Friday night.
Kicking off her performance with her newest album’s title track, Morris performed the majority of her critically acclaimed album, Girl, as well as many stand outs from her debut album Hero, and even a couple entertaining covers as well. Maren also treated fans to a special solo performance of “Crowded Table”, one of the Grammy winning singer’s collaborations with her new country supergroup, The Highwomen.
From start to finish, the expecting mother and emerging country superstar showed us again how she is one of the best entertainers in music today. While it’s unclear when Maren Morris will make her next visit to Milwaukee, since needless to say she will be very busy in the next couple years, fans can’t wait to welcome her back.
Check out our favorite photos from Maren Morris’ Milwaukee tour stop below.
Chicago heavy metal band, Disturbed, invaded the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee on Sunday evening for a rocking night with In This Moment. Currently on their headlining Evolution Tour, Disturbed is traveling to some of the biggest arenas in the world to bring their fiery tour across the glove. Do yourself a favor and a visit to our friends at OnMilwaukee.com for more photos and a full review.
Check out our favorite photos from Disturbed’s Milwaukee tour stop below.
After fans waiting many years for their return, the Jonas Brothers made up for their Riverside Theater cancellation over half a decade ago with a huge performance at Milwaukee’s brand new Fiserv Forum.
Currently on their massive Happiness Begins Tour, titled after their 2019 album of the same name, the JoBros brought cuts from their new LP and their catalog of hits to Milwaukee for a show that the city won’t soon forget.
Check out our favorite photos from the Jonas Brothers’ Milwaukee tour stop below and visit OnMilwaukee.com for more photos and coverage.
Kanye West surprised his loyal hometown fans this weekend with a last minute announcement that he would bring his famed Sunday Services to the Windy City.
Taking place this morning at the Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island, the latest installment of Sunday Service featured thousands of local fans and even a surprise appearance from Chicago’s own, Chance The Rapper.
Check out our photos from Kanye’s Chicago Sunday Service below.
Dreams came true in Madison, WI on Sunday night as the Breese Steven Field closed out their summer concert lineup with none other than the legendary John Hall and Daryl Oates. Despite some unexpected rain, the evening was everything fans wanted and more with Hall & Oates delivering memorable performances from their extensive catalog of hits.
Opening their headlining set with two beloved records, ‘Maneater’ and ‘Out of Touch’, both classics from the ’80s that still get their share of plays in 2019, Hall & Oates continued throughout their 4-decade discography until closing their set on a high note with ‘I Can’t Go For That’. Even in their 70s, Hall & Oates didn’t miss a beat and sound as good as ever.
With fans still wanting more, Hall & Oates returned for one of the best encore performances you’ll ever see, as the pop rock duo said goodbye with performances of ‘Rich Girl’, ‘Kiss on My List’, ‘Private Eyes’ and ‘You Make My Dreams’. When one group’s encore has bigger hits than most artists’ entire body of work, it says a lot about the quality of their music. There was no better place to be than Madison last night.
Check out our photos from Daryl Hall & John Oates’ Madison performance below.