I hope you are all having a wonderful week so far. Again I am back with a post you may have seen before but I thought it was about time I updated this. When I first wrote this I thought I would do something a little different today but kinda similar to my theatre reviews.
On the 18th of September 2019 I had the pleasure of going to watch a concert with one of my best friends. I say this I kinda dragged her to see Jake Warner on the last day of his Smile More tour after booking tickets based on the fact I saw him busking outside of The Brighton Centre a few months back whilst waiting to see The Vamps.
When writing this it was a few days after I had seen the concert and I decided I had to tell you all about it because WOW!!! Now almost 2 and a half years later I think it is still one of the most memorable concerts I have ever been to. It was relatively intimate but you would not know this by the atmosphere it was genuinely a little surreal to me.
Jake Warner is a singer-songwriter from Leicester who I was first introduced to when he was busking outside of The Vamps show in Brighton. I then found out that this is something he did regularly and toured with other artists and busked outside of their shows. He then put together his own tour which he called the Smile More Tour and I loved the name of the tour because realistically we all should smile more!! Obviously, it was a must that I got tickets to his show but I never expected it to be as amazing as it was!
He had two opening acts who deserve their own mention because they were amazing and so talented. They were also so lovely to meet.
First up was Chloe Diana who is just the nicest girl and so super talented before the show I had the opportunity to meet her and I can not stress how lovely she was. (She told me she liked how my hair was styled.) She definitely made me feel so comfortable when taking photos with her. Chloe definitely had an amazing stage presence and the most amazing voice.
I do not really know where to start with Ben other than literally everyone was obsessed with him. Not only did it make my friend and I laugh because it reminded us of when we became obsessed with our first favourite musicians but also because the vibes during his performance were unreal. Even to this day and for a solid time amount after this performance did his songs become a staple at our Uni Pre’s. An incredible voice and the stage presence was just unmatched.
Well were to even begin. One of my favourite things about this experience was the utter joy you could see on everyone’s faces. Not only does he have an amazing voice, he made everyone at the concert certainly smile more. As I stated previously this tour is one that I still speak about till this day. Hence why I felt the post needed a little update.
What is a tour that you still speak about to this day?