CONCERT REVIEW: Twenty One Pilots @ Atlanta, GA


By Savana Ogburn. This spring, the indie pop duo, Twenty One Pilots, embarked on their second tripforconcerts_ North American tour. After witnessing my first Twenty One Pilots headliner last fall, it was evident why fans were so eager to see the band- from their catchy music to their energetic leaps across the stage, Twenty One Pilots knows how to engage an audience and put on an amazing show.

The spring tour was no different.

As the house lights dimmed, fans’ excited shouts could be heard around the venue and continued all the way through the opening song, “Guns For Hands”. The band brought back many of their past crowd-pleasers such as drummer Josh Dun‘s backflip off of an upright piano and drum solos played on top of the crowd.

During Twenty One Pilots‘ last song, “Trees”, tons of show-goers around the venue illustrated the loyalty of the fan base by holding up hand-made signs that read “Thank You” to show their appreciation for the band and their music. The band’s dedication to their fans paired with their catchy music and meaningful lyrics will surely continue leading them on a path to success.

Don’t miss Twenty One Pilots on the remaining dates of the tripforconcerts_spring2014 tour!

Guns for Hands
Ode to Sleep
Isle of Flightless Birds
Mad World (Tears For Fears cover)
Holding on to You
House of Gold
The Run and Go
Fake You Out
Car Radio


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