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The Band Camino Stops in Chicago for a Sold-Out Show at The Riviera Theatre

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Written By | Eduardo Perez

In celebration of their new 2021 Self-Titled album, The Band Camino came to Chicago for their third stop of their North American Tour. The show consisted of special guests Flor and Hastings. The show was completely sold out and the venue was jam-packed from the floor to the balcony seats in the Riviera Theatre.

Hastings was first to come on with a fairly quick set that lasted around 20 minutes or so. The crowd seemed pretty into it although a lot of people were still coming in and getting drinks or merch. Shortly after, it was Flor’s turn to take the stage.

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Flor really got the crowd hyped up with an electrifying set. Everyone was dancing and some even singing along to their songs. The people up on the balcony even seemed to be having a good time. Flor seemed to have a lot of fans in the crowd which can sometimes be unusual for an opening act but either way, you can tell that they made new fans that night. Their set was a bit longer around 45 minutes or so. Before they got off stage, they asked if everyone was excited for The Band Camino and the now mostly full crowd let out a huge roar.

It was finally time for The Band Camino to take the stage. The crowd screamed as they went on stage to open with their song “Know It All”. Everyone was singing and dancing and having a good time. Even though the Balcony had seats, not a single person was sitting down. You can really feel the energy in the room flying all over the place. Even frontman Jeffery Jordan gave a small speech about how happy he was that live music is back and how excited he is for the rest of the tour considering this was only the third stop. The rest of the show was very high energy and the audience was engaged the whole time. The band closed out with their popular song “Daphne Blue”.

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The show overall was fantastic, and the performances were top-notch. The Band Camino’s self-titled tour wraps up on April 30th in Philadelphia.

Photos By | Eduardo Perez