With a sold out show on St. Paddy’s day, Sylvan Esso at the Tabernacle was the place to be at. With the venue quickly filling up with eager fans, Suzi Analogue took on the stage to hype up the crowd for the night. This is the first night that Suzi joined the tour, and will be opening for several of the remaining U.S tour dates. Suzi took on the stage with her infectious beats, and had the whole venue dancing. With a setlist that consisted of crazy lights and energy, Suzi appeared to be in pure bliss when performing for the crowd.
With an excited crowd begging for more, it was all cheers the moment Sylvan Esso took the stage. Duo Amelia Meath and Nick Sanborn filled the venue with instant energy as they performed a front of the sold out crowd. As Nick played and jammed on the keyboard, Amelia sang her heart out when constantly jumping and dancing throughout the stage. Starting off the night with their song “Sound” and transitioning into “Could I Be,” the passion and emotion that was showcased on the stage was indeed wild. As the duo performed, the crowd returned the energy by singing along and constantly dancing throughout the whole night.
St. Paddy’s can indeed be a wild night, and for the ones who spent it with Sylvan Esso and Suzi Analogue, I can promise you that they indeed had a wild, memorable night. This is for sure a show that you must not miss. There are several opportunities to catch the duo seeing that they will be touring for quite some time. So make sure to grab some tickets, and get ready to experience a one of a kind event.