Thirty Seconds To Mars: Monolith Tour– July 14, 2018
USANA Amphitheater …. Salt Lake City, UT
The Monolith Tour…I have been waiting for that day for months. Being a fan of Thirty Seconds To Mars for so many years I have fell in love with them when I was maybe in 4th or 5th grade. Their music has kept me going for so many years and now that I had the chance of being able to see them, thank them for everything it fills my heart with so much joy!
Although Tomo wasn’t there I just hope to be able to meet him eventually.
Left to right: Welshly Arms, K. Flay, Walk The Moon (Nicholas Petricca), Thirty Seconds To Mars, Nicholas and Jared Leto
Welshly Arms…I will be honest I don’t think I have ever heard their songs before I saw them live at Salt Lake, but when they played the song “Legendary” and “Sanctuary” I was sold. I fell in love. They way they performed was phenomenal I loved the energy they gave off! And man, Sam Getz has such an amazing voice I couldn’t contain myself when I heard them play for the first time.
K. Flay is such an amazing performer I loved the energy she gave off it sure made the crowd go wild. I would surely as hell be willing to watch her perform live once again if I had the chance.
Walk the Moon blew me away from the moment they came onto the stage up to when the last song played. Nicholas and the band are beyond talented! One of my current favorite songs of them has to be “Surrender” and you bet I sang my heart out! I still can’t believe how close to the stage I was but man! I need to see them live again.
I just have to!
Dan & Phil’s Interactive Introverts– Aug. 9, 2018
Microsoft Theater … Los Angeles, CA
Ah, yes. About a week ago (maybe two now) I got to see these iconic lads Daniel Howell and Phil Lester at the Microsoft Theater in DTLA. What an amazing experience it was to be able to see these guys for the first time. I realized while waiting in line to get inside the theater that there is a lot of young teens here with their parents along with some people my age. I never realized how two guys from the internet can cause such an impact on so many people’s lives.
Trying to entertain millions of people all over the world is something quite fascinating. I have been watching these lads for over a few years I guess you can say I’m sort of new to the community. Though seeing how much Dan & Phil have grown makes my heart fill with excitement because even though I haven’t been there since the moment they created their YouTube channels I have seen them online several times and watching them and the community grow into such a strong and loving family is so beautiful.
I flew over to California the day of the show I landed at the LAX pretty early in the morning since I wanted to spend some time with my family before the show. While I was waiting for the doors to open my sister and I binge watched some YouTube videos (well…let’s just say it was mainly of JackSepticEye).
But here is something that blew me away.
While the employees were scanning my e-ticket they were having some trouble so they sent me to the box office to get a printed version of my e-ticket. One of the people then handed me the ticket-you see, originally my seat was in somewhere near the middle of the orchestra seats it was a good spot in fact, but when I looked at the ticket the man gave me it was for the front row!
I was shocked. I couldn’t believe my mind I was fan girling so hard I couldn’t contain myself! I honestly was so thankful to have been able to sit so close to the stage I enjoyed every second of the show. Though when my eyes saw the set up of the stage I was beyond impressed. The entire thing literally became my aesthetic.
I won’t go into detail of what happened during the show, but I will say that it has been one of the greatest shows I have gone to in so long. Filled with so much humor, references, and good times this is something I am going to cherish for as long as I live.