I’ve seen Young the Giant four times in my life, and every time I have, it’s been at the pinnacle moments of my collegiate life. And it’s appropriate…
Young the Giant puts on the best show every time that I see them. Between the technicolor lights, the inviting atmosphere, and the band’s irresistibly vivacious soundtrack, Young the Giant shows are extremely hard to beat. Heavily saturated with genuine passion, the guys put on a legendary night.
Last Friday, Young the Giant hit the Pearl at the Palms in Las Vegas with a bang, as they stopped by for their 2017 Home of the Strange tour. The guys hit the stage with vigor and excitement as they churned out both new and old hits that fans devotedly sang along to.
All the stops were pulled as they relentlessly rocked out for a few hours.
Young the Giant even brought out a surprise “In the Open” acoustic performance for the audience to pour over. Inspiring the crowd through sound and energy, the guys jammed out for as long as they could. Dancing and grooving, frontman Sameer Gadhia worked along side his bandmates, Payam Doostzadeh, François Comtois, Jacob Tilley, Eric Cannata, in leading the crowd into an unforgettable night of song.