Author: Elizabeth Goran

Mayday Parade at the Fillmore

Exactly two years after I watched Mayday Parade headline The Foundry in Philadelphia, the band moved downstairs to its larger counterpart, The Fillmore, to transport the audience into Sunnyland, the backdrop of their newest record. 2018 marks Mayday Parade’s thirteenth year together as a band, and despite non-stop touring and six album releases through it […]

The Wombats at The Fillmore

On Friday, October 19th, English indie-rock band The Wombats condensed their extensive catalog of music into a jam-packed hour and a half set at The Fillmore in Philadelphia. Following an explosive opening set by Barns Courtney, lead vocalist and guitarist Murph (Matthew Murphy), drummer Dan Haggis, and bassist Tord Knudsen jumped into “Cheetah Tongue,” off […]

DREAMERS at Voltage Lounge

On a cold and rainy Tuesday evening, DREAMERS brought the heat to Philly’s Voltage Lounge. Following strong opening sets from morgxn and Weathers, the crowd eagerly anticipated DREAMERS’ set, managing to make the walls reverberate with their screams. While DREAMERS themselves are a fairly younger band, the audience ranged in age, with many of those in […]

Public Warms Up Sold-Out Belasco Crowd

Even though it was late on a Wednesday night, 1,500 people packed into a sold-out Belasco Theater for the culmination of the “Better with You” U.S. tour, excited for a headlining set from former teen heartthrob Jesse McCartney. While fans eagerly awaited a glimpse at their first crush, PUBLIC, an indie-pop band from Cincinnati, delivered […]

LA Pride Festival 2018 Recap

Last weekend, tens of thousands of people gathered in West Hollywood Park to witness the biggest LA Pride festival yet. Thanks to headliner Kehlani, the first night of the event sold out for the first time in history. Despite a few mishaps, including overselling tickets and sound problems on the main stage, the show still […]

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