Some people would argue that the best part of summer is outdoor concerts. Fitz and the Tantrums joined forces with Andy Grammer for a tour perfect to accompany those warm nights. Their co-headlining ‘Wrong Party Tour’ stopped by Leader Bank Pavillion in Boston last week for an evening of music and confetti. Nashville native Breland opened the show with some original songs and country covers.
Andy Grammer took the stage and started with a performance of a poem leading seamlessly into “Damn It Feels Good To Be Me.” He sang all of his most popular songs as well as some deep cuts for his most devoted fans. The crowd went crazy when confetti rained across the pavilion. Fitz from Fitz and the Tantrum even made an appearance during his set as a hint of what would come later.
To end the night, Fitz and the Tantrums took the stage to give an electrifying performance. They played a fantastic mix of songs from all of their albums and even surprised the crowd with a new single from their upcoming release. This is a band that spans more than a decade with a discography known to most fans of both alternative and pop music. They simply know how to put on a show and the crowd loves it. This tour is just getting started and still has a few weeks left so head out to your local amphitheater for an amazing night! Find info and ticket links here.