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The Wrong Party Tour

Fitz and the Tantrums and Andy Grammer

August 3, 2022

Andy Grammer with Acoustic Guitar (Shannon Flack)

The Wrong Party Tour was the right place to be on that night in early August. The Fitz and the Tantrums along with Andy Grammer put on a memorable show featuring some of their most well known hits.

BRELAND, a promising new artist, opened the show with several high energy songs that were the perfect way to set the scene. He was an enthusiastic performer who made it clear the stage is exactly where he should be.

BRELAND opening for The Wrong Party Tour (Shannon Flack)

Next, Andy Grammer performed. He opened his set with a spoken word poem that was close to ten minutes long. It was a confusing way to start a set but had a great sentiment behind it. Once the spoken word performance about self love was through, he proceeded to sing the song "Damn It Feels Good to Be Me." This was a great segue into the singing portion of his act. The performance featured colorful lights, great vocals, and smiles on the audience member's faces.

Andy Grammer performing (Shannon Flack)

The closing group of the night was Fitz and the Tantrums. A group that has been playing on our radios for over a decade. Their high energy performance had the audience on their feet and participating in songs such as "HandClap." They had a strong stage presence and interacted with the audience with delight. Noelle Scaggs, one of the lead singers of the group, captures the gaze of the crowd and had all eyes on her. The Fitz and the Tantrums gave a great performance and made it clear why they are still a popular group 14 years after their creation.

Noelle Scaggs with Fitz and the Tantrums (Shannon Flack)

Set Lists

Andy Grammer

Fitz and the Tantrums

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