On Wednesday, February 6th, my friend and I had tickets to see Bryce Vine. The concert took place at the Brighton Music Hall in Allston, Massachusetts. We grabbed dinner at Five Guys down the street, and chilled a little bit waiting for doors to open. When we arrived at the venue we stood in the back, drank some red bull, and danced to the openers 7715 and Kid Quill. Bryce finally came on and opened with some good throwbacks.
The crowd was hyped when he sang his popular songs like Glamorama, The Fall, Where the Wild Things Are, Drew Barrymore, and of course Sour Patch Kids. Singing along to all the songs and dancing with my friend, and others in the crowd, was a fun night. Bryce always puts on such a good show and gets everyone hyped to new or old songs he performs. The last time I saw him was back in 2016 when he opened up for Moosh & Twist, so it was nice seeing him again live on his own headliner.
He ended the night with his most popular song, Sour Patch Kids and everyone was singing along. I was sad when the show ended because I didn’t want to leave without saying goodbye. Unfortunately, we left without meeting up with him, but we headed to go get ice cream instead. The weather was a little crappy. It was down pouring, and I didn’t have a jacket, but I managed. After we got ice cream, my friend and I ubered back into the city, and we said our goodbyes. The goodbyes weren’t entirely “goodbye,” since we were seeing each other again at Mike Stud Friday.
Stay tuned to hear about how our experience with seeing Mike Stud, Friday February 8th went.