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Hozier at Columbia, MD in Merriweather Post Pavilion 2024
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Fan Reviews

ward
May 20th 2024
The Hozier concert was just OK, I was very upset that there was no screen image of Allyson Russell. I didn’t realize that at this venue if you had lawn seats they could not fview any of the concert-and when the opening act who I adore, was not visible on the screen, which wasn’t that large from my seat anyway was nonexistent. Finally when Hozier came on the screen was visible, but it really wasn’t a very personal environment to see Hozier in either I might be complaining too much because it wasn’t the artist That was the problem, it was the venue.
Saratoga Springs, NY@
Broadview Stage at SPAC
Kyle
May 20th 2024
i went in with high expectations, and those expectations were well exceeded. hozier is one of those artists that sounds even better live than in his recordings, and he was incredibly humble and gracious the entire evening. at one point during cherry wine, he pulled out his earpiece and asked the crowd to sing the chorus again, then proceeded to get choked up on stage listening to everyone. he’s also the only artist i’ve ever seen that took the time to not only name and thank every member of his band, but his stage crew and tour manager as well. my only complaint is about the venue itself, as the speakers on the far back of the lawn weren’t working for the first three and a half songs of his set. once the tech issues were solved, the rest of the evening was incredible!
Saratoga Springs, NY@
Broadview Stage at SPAC
Kate
May 20th 2024
Hozier himself was great, very amazing concert; however, there were some members of the crowd that were very drunk and obnoxious screaming “f**k everyone that’s not us. Sorry that you are all perfect people.” Etc. and dumping their beer on other people that were standing in front of us because said people looked at the obnoxious ones when they were screaming. Overall amazing concert, some people just need to learn concert etiquette.
Saratoga Springs, NY@
Broadview Stage at SPAC
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About Hozier

Irish singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Hozier rose to global attention in 2013 when his moody and soulful rock single "Take Me to Church" became a viral success. The song catapulted him into a major-label contract for his eponymous debut, platinum certifications in 11 countries, and a Grammy nomination for Song of the Year in 2015. After several years of touring and promotion, he returned with the 2018 EP Nina Cried Power and his second full-length, Wasteland, Baby!, which hit number one in the U.S. and Ireland upon its release in 2019. Hozier's first original track of the next decade was the poignant 2022 protest song "Swan Upon Leda."

was born on March 17, 1990 in Bray, County Wicklow, Ireland. The son of a local blues musician, he joined his first band when he was 15, gravitating toward R&B, soul, gospel, and, of course, blues. Citing 's Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man, , , and community choral singing among his influences, Hozier started studying for a degree in music at Trinity College Dublin, where he was involved with the Trinity Orchestra, but dropped out in his first year to record demos for . From 2009 to 2012, he sang with , an Irish choral group, and toured internationally. He released a solo EP, Take Me to Church, in 2013 using Hozier as his stage name, and when a video for the powerful title track, which directly addresses gay discrimination in the Catholic Church, went viral on YouTube and Reddit, he found himself with an international audience. A second EP, From Eden, appeared in the spring of 2014 and in September of that year, released his eponymous debut album.

Thanks to the runaway success of "Take Me to Church" (which was included on the album), Hozier reached the Top Ten of the charts in no less than 11 countries, and was quickly certified gold in Canada and Great Britain. Hozier spent the next several years promoting the release, appearing at the 2015 Grammy Awards, and offering up the concert album Live in America, that same year. In 2016, he contributed the song "Better Love" to the soundtrack for the Legend of Tarzan film. In September 2018, Hozier released the four-song Nina Cried Power EP, which featured a collaboration with soul legend on the title cut. The song was also featured on his sophomore full-length Wasteland, Baby!, which was released in March 2019.

Rife with apocalyptic and socio-political themes, Wasteland, Baby! debuted at number one in the U.S. upon its release; it also topped the charts in Ireland and debuted at six in the U.K. In early 2020, following months of touring, Hozier issued his version of the traditional song "The Parting Glass" as a charity single. A year later he guested on 's track "Tell It to My Heart" which hit number 13 on the Irish charts. He returned in October 2022 with his own new single, the haunting "Swan Upon Leda," which served as the first taste of his third album.
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Genres:
Rnb-soul, Blues, Other, R&b/soul, Alternative, Indie, R&b, Soul
Band Members:
Andrew Hozier-Byrne
Hometown:
Ballystanly, Ireland

concerts and tour dates

Upcoming
Past

Live Photos of Hozier

Hozier at Columbia, MD in Merriweather Post Pavilion 2024
View All Photos

Hozier merch
amazonview store

Wasteland, Baby!
$28.98
Hozier
$20.06
View All
Hozier's tour

Fan Reviews

ward
May 20th 2024
The Hozier concert was just OK, I was very upset that there was no screen image of Allyson Russell. I didn’t realize that at this venue if you had lawn seats they could not fview any of the concert-and when the opening act who I adore, was not visible on the screen, which wasn’t that large from my seat anyway was nonexistent. Finally when Hozier came on the screen was visible, but it really wasn’t a very personal environment to see Hozier in either I might be complaining too much because it wasn’t the artist That was the problem, it was the venue.
Saratoga Springs, NY@
Broadview Stage at SPAC
Kyle
May 20th 2024
i went in with high expectations, and those expectations were well exceeded. hozier is one of those artists that sounds even better live than in his recordings, and he was incredibly humble and gracious the entire evening. at one point during cherry wine, he pulled out his earpiece and asked the crowd to sing the chorus again, then proceeded to get choked up on stage listening to everyone. he’s also the only artist i’ve ever seen that took the time to not only name and thank every member of his band, but his stage crew and tour manager as well. my only complaint is about the venue itself, as the speakers on the far back of the lawn weren’t working for the first three and a half songs of his set. once the tech issues were solved, the rest of the evening was incredible!
Saratoga Springs, NY@
Broadview Stage at SPAC
Kate
May 20th 2024
Hozier himself was great, very amazing concert; however, there were some members of the crowd that were very drunk and obnoxious screaming “f**k everyone that’s not us. Sorry that you are all perfect people.” Etc. and dumping their beer on other people that were standing in front of us because said people looked at the obnoxious ones when they were screaming. Overall amazing concert, some people just need to learn concert etiquette.
Saratoga Springs, NY@
Broadview Stage at SPAC
View More Fan Reviews

About Hozier

Irish singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Hozier rose to global attention in 2013 when his moody and soulful rock single "Take Me to Church" became a viral success. The song catapulted him into a major-label contract for his eponymous debut, platinum certifications in 11 countries, and a Grammy nomination for Song of the Year in 2015. After several years of touring and promotion, he returned with the 2018 EP Nina Cried Power and his second full-length, Wasteland, Baby!, which hit number one in the U.S. and Ireland upon its release in 2019. Hozier's first original track of the next decade was the poignant 2022 protest song "Swan Upon Leda."

was born on March 17, 1990 in Bray, County Wicklow, Ireland. The son of a local blues musician, he joined his first band when he was 15, gravitating toward R&B, soul, gospel, and, of course, blues. Citing 's Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man, , , and community choral singing among his influences, Hozier started studying for a degree in music at Trinity College Dublin, where he was involved with the Trinity Orchestra, but dropped out in his first year to record demos for . From 2009 to 2012, he sang with , an Irish choral group, and toured internationally. He released a solo EP, Take Me to Church, in 2013 using Hozier as his stage name, and when a video for the powerful title track, which directly addresses gay discrimination in the Catholic Church, went viral on YouTube and Reddit, he found himself with an international audience. A second EP, From Eden, appeared in the spring of 2014 and in September of that year, released his eponymous debut album.

Thanks to the runaway success of "Take Me to Church" (which was included on the album), Hozier reached the Top Ten of the charts in no less than 11 countries, and was quickly certified gold in Canada and Great Britain. Hozier spent the next several years promoting the release, appearing at the 2015 Grammy Awards, and offering up the concert album Live in America, that same year. In 2016, he contributed the song "Better Love" to the soundtrack for the Legend of Tarzan film. In September 2018, Hozier released the four-song Nina Cried Power EP, which featured a collaboration with soul legend on the title cut. The song was also featured on his sophomore full-length Wasteland, Baby!, which was released in March 2019.

Rife with apocalyptic and socio-political themes, Wasteland, Baby! debuted at number one in the U.S. upon its release; it also topped the charts in Ireland and debuted at six in the U.K. In early 2020, following months of touring, Hozier issued his version of the traditional song "The Parting Glass" as a charity single. A year later he guested on 's track "Tell It to My Heart" which hit number 13 on the Irish charts. He returned in October 2022 with his own new single, the haunting "Swan Upon Leda," which served as the first taste of his third album.
Show More
Genres:
Rnb-soul, Blues, Other, R&b/soul, Alternative, Indie, R&b, Soul
Band Members:
Andrew Hozier-Byrne
Hometown:
Ballystanly, Ireland

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