Marianas Trench “Suspended Gravity Tour” in Philadelphia at Theatre of Living Arts

Written By | Kahleel Frazier

It seemed like the “The Suspended Gravity Tour“ gravitated all the pumped-up pop band fans in the city to one location in Philadelphia May 1st, 2019. With 850+ tickets sold and excited fans that wrapped around the corner, from ages what that seemed like fans of all ages starting from teenagers an hour before the show even started! 

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From Canadian born DJ George Thoms starting the show off on the right beat, having the crowd jamming to some of the great sings along song from the mid-2000s to today music, such as “I Write Sins Not Tragedies“ by Panic! at the Disco, to “Old town road“ by Lil Nas X. 

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Driven Straight from LA  to Philly ” New Dialogue ” takes the stage at full throttle, being excited about two things, 1 Being it’s the first show of the tour and meeting Marianas Trench for the first time ever, and the 2nd being that their Ep “Teach me how to love” Comes out that that Friday (You should check it out)   

Just before Marianas Trench could come on stage, the Concert hall lights cut off as if there was a power outage, then voices from the stage came about, but there wasn’t anyone on the stage, it was an audio skit that leads into Eleonora, the opening track of their Most recent album, Phantoms.

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From that point on the crowd was in sync with every song that was performed in till lead singer Josh Ramsay, disappeared from the stage as the rest of the band kept performing, for like a minute or two, only to reappear back in the crowd. the fans went nuts! “Because what is better than seeing one of your favorite artists up close and personal,” said one lucky fan from the crowd. Slowly as the show was coming to an end, you could hear the crowd giving it they’re singing along to the last songs Feeling satisfied from a great show  


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