CONCERT REVIEW: The “Welcome To Elsewhere Tour” Braves 10 Inches of Michigan Snow, Providing One of the Year Most Memorable Concerts

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Not even ten inches of snow can stop the Welcome To Elsewhere Tour. Fans braved the snowy conditions and waited outside the venue several hours before doors opened, every fan reminiscing about the last time they saw Set It Off. The Welcome To Elsewhere tour is Set It Off‘s first headlining tour, they have been amazing openers for years but now it is their time to shine.

First up was No Love For The Middle Child, they are a two piece band that create songs that fans can relate to, especially their songs about mental issues, like the track named “No Sleep”. Fans screamed the lyrics back to them as everyone connected in certain degree to a struggle with mental health. No Love For The Middle Child ended their set by having the lights completely turned off and asked fans to turn their flashlights on, Andrew (the vocalist) hopped off stage and stood on the barricade holding fans hands as he sang “Simple Things.”


As It Is took the stage next full of energy! From the time they stepped on stage they captivated the crowd’s attention. Singing new songs as well as older ones, fans were screaming lyrics and crowd surfing throughout the whole set. Patty (the vocalist) has an amazing amount of energy, jumping around on stage as his vocals take over the venue. When they performed their song “In THREES” Cody (from Set It Off) came on stage and sang with Patty. The crowd went absolutely crazy.

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Coming all the way from Australia, Stand Atlantic took the stage third. They are an absolutely amazing direct support, knowing how to interact with the audience and keep them entertained. Fans soared through the air as they played “Pity Party,” having the time of their lives


Last but certainly not least is our first time headliner Set It Off! They came out color coordinated like they did in their newer music video “Skeleton.” During their medley song, Patty from As It Is came back on stage to return the favor and help Cody sing. Both Cody and Patty were jumping around and engaging with the crowd as they sang the medley together.

Halfway through their set they decided to switch it up by having Cody play drums and have Max play ukulele and sing “Bad Guy.” Now there is one mystery to the whole band’s performance, “Who Is their bassist and why is he wearing a bunny mask?” The band has kept their bassist a secret all of their tour; no name just a man, his bass and a bunny mask. Regardless of who their bassist is, they still did an amazing job on their first headlining tour. As they walked off stage fans started screaming for one more song, which they happily did by coming back on stage and performing “Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing.” It was amazing to see these guys perform after being unable to for two years!



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