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Dead Sara Performs At Pershing Square For Downtown LA Concert Series

 

Dead SaraDead Sara lite up the sky at the Pershing Square Downtown Stage Concert Series this past Saturday, July 19. The concert series provides everyone with free entertainment, amazing views of the LA skyline, and food vendors. An outdoor venue in the middle of the city is a perfect for the summer and family friendly. 

At the concert Dead Sara fans were treated to new music by the band, which of course was greeted with delightful large crowd. At some point lead singer, Emily Armstrong, got off the stage to sing to fans at a closer proximity. 

Armstrong’s vocals did not disappoint, she connected with the audience through every song. The production was incredible. The lighting effects definitely made for a dramatic feel. It is not often that lighting and the music play such an intricate role in the performance, but in this case it did. 

The band’s electrifying energy was evident as it transcended into the crowd. Mosh pits formed during most of the songs and at some point one male fan was crowd surfing. 

During their performance, crowds were enthusiastic and danced along to every song. The band’s edgy feel and relatable lyrics made for an incredible performance.

Although the band faced a minor technical malfunction, they were able to recover quickly and maintain the enthusiasm of the audience. It almost went unnoticed, until Armstrong stopped the show to fix the problem.

After their performance, the members of the band took the time to meet and greet some of their fans. Dead Sara merchandise was sold, while selfies with band members were free of cost. 

Though there was a large crowd, the event was peaceful and enjoyable. Dead Sara, was alive and well.

Anyone who did not know of the band, definitely came out of Pershing Square with a new band to follow.  

The Pershing Square Concert Series will continue every Saturday, until August 16 featuring performances by When in Rome, Survivor, Stan Ridgway, The Original Wailers and The English Beat among others. 

 

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