The concert was amazing, I loved every second of it. The 1975 and the others in the audience were really nice. I started crying somewhere towards the middle of the show but the mood was lightness towards the end. This doesn't have anything to do with the show but I saw a person with the most amazing eyes I've ever seen but being the awkward mess I am I was too scared to say anything. I have a three second clip of them from when I was filming around the audience so if someone knows who it is please tell me
performers are amazing and put on a great show! i became a fan of the two new opening acts. they weren't very interactive with the crowd but played a few surprise songs. the venue was horribly unorganized and lots of people arrived late then cut into the line with the people who had camped and waited all day because security was not out as early as they should have been. but overall a beautiful venue once inside although unclear lines and great songs
The music was awesome but it was my first time seeing the 1975 and I hadn't done much background research on the band, only listened to the setlist to prepare. In my opinion though Matty Healy seemed arrogant and was rude to fans who payed a lot of money and time to be there. A fan with a bouquet of roses up front tried to give them to him during a song but he took them and threw them on the stage without another thought. During a speech in between songs some people in the front were yelling and he told them to shut up. Just did not seem like he appreciated his fans at all so I will not be seeing this band again.
I'm a long time fan but it was my first time seeing them live. I waited in line for more than 12 hours to be barricade but I made it! The visuals were incredible, the entire experience felt surreal. It was like look watching a concept and not a concert, absolute art. The 1975 are great musicians, George Daniel never misses a beat on the drums. I spent the entire performance captivated.
The concert itself was satisfactory. Worth $100 for two? Nah. Last years performance was much better. I could do without the drab existential bullshit from the lead singer, as well as, their blatant disregard for the venue's rule of no smoking. It's also influencing our youth that it's cool to smoke, again, and that's not too awesome. There were a lot of young faces in the crowd this year, much more than last year, so I say take responsibility of your image and do something a little more positive. Also, the saxophone is dope, keep that up. Lastly, let's hear some made up solos!
Absolutely amazing... this was my first 1975 show & my friend had gone to a few before and was hyping it up sooo much because she's a mega fan girl and I'm just the chill type. Little did I know that she was going to be right... the music was amazing live and the visual aspect of the performance is what really captured my attention. Overall I'm very happy that I went & got to experience that show.