With the Hollywood Palladium filling up quickly, Flock of Dimes, also known as Jenn Wasner, opened the night with great enthusiasm and proved to have the raw talent and personality to entertain a room of more than 3,000 on her own.
Marian Hill opened their set with a fog and light show that made the whole room go abuzz. Canvas veils over front woman Samantha Gongol and production artist Jeremy Lloyd during their popular song “Down” gained an eerie dimension
Much of their set was dedicated to their latest album Strangers to Ourselves, but they still mixed in some of their classics for a well-rounded set. The band members were very much in sync with one another,
With the crowd still filling in the iconic outdoor theater, Colouring came on stage to great enthusiasm. Their emo indie rock sound was appealing to all those in attendance who remembered the 1975 when they were still small and had not yet released any of their more pop tracks like the ever known single Chocolate.