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MayDay Parade Rock Out at House of Blues Dallas on a Gloomy Tuesday Night

Written By | Alexandra Thomas

Photo By | Alexandra Thomas

DALLAS,TX (October 09, 2018) – The rock band originating from Florida, Mayday Parade, performed for their fans at House of Blues Dallas on a stormy Texas evening. Once doors opened, the fans who waited out in this gloomy weather rushed in; thrilled to hear the bands that would be playing that night.

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   Dallas native band, Oh, Weatherly, joined Mayday Parade for this Dallas tour stop. The energy they brought to the stage definitely made its way through the audience and had everyone jumping and singing along with them. They had a fantastic set and had the audience all pumped up for the acts to come.

Photo By | Alexandra Thomas

William Ryan Key, another artist from Florida, brought his stunning voice to House of Blues Dallas last night and had the entire audience swooning over him.

Photo By | Alexandra Thomas

The last opener of the night, This Wild Life, left the crowd wanting more. The passion this band brought to the stage made its way through the audience, preparing the fans for Mayday Parade’s set to follow.

The crowd went crazy the minute Mayday Parade hit the stage. The band started off the night with their song “Never Sure”, which is on their new album Sunnyland. After a long night playing for their fans, the band left the stage. Mayday Parade reemerged on stage for an encore and played their song “Oh Well Oh Well”.

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Mayday Parade still has many North America tour dates left for this Welcome To Sunnyland Tour. You can find tickets for the rest of this tour here: http://maydayparade.com/tour/

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