And I’ll Be Holding On To You: A Review of Twenty-One Pilots in Concert

Hey music lovers,

Sorry it’s been a while. But I am back and ready get back in action. So what better way to start than with concert talk?

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A few days ago, I saw Twenty-One Pilots in Rochester, New York. This was easily THE BEST concert I Β have ever been to. The opening act Vinyl Theatre matched perfectly with the sound Twenty-One Pilots bring to the stage. For those of you who don’t know who Twenty-One Pilots are, they are an alternative, somewhat electronic sounding band made up of two men, lead man Tyler Joseph and drummer Josh Dun. What is the best about them is these guys brought the house down, and it is just the two of them. They both have so much talent and connect easily with the crowd with their songs and talking with the crowd.

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The best part about this concert was a collection of three events. In the middle of the show, a wooden board with Β drum set attached to it was held by the crowd, while Dun sat on there and drummed in the crowd for everyone to see. Next, Joseph stood on the crowd’s hands and began singing like crazy, and at the end a different wooden board came out and Joseph banged on the drums as confetti fell from the ceiling. All of these showed that the men were not separated from the crowd, but they were one with the crowd. There is no better feeling than having a band you enjoy listening to you care about you the same way you care about them, and Twenty-One Pilots proved that in concert.

Below are some of the pictures from that night, the night where we all became one. They tell the story better than I could in a million words, so I’ll let them do the talking. If ever you have the chance to see them in concert, go for it! It is well worth it and you will not be disappointed.

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So until next time, dance, live, and love music.

AK

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About alyssakate13

Travel addict. Always up for an adventure whether its near or far. Motto to live by: "Ride the wave".
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