Adelaide fans battled through the rain Wednesday night waiting to see duo Twenty One Pilots perform at The Entertainment Centre for their Emotional Road Show Tour. Although they were drenched, nothing could stop their excitement.
Twenty One Pilots last performed in South Australia for Groovin' The Moo 2016, also supporting for Paramore in 2014. However this was their first time playing a solo show in Adelaide, and it was a killer of a night! From the moment they arrived on stage to when the gave their final bow, the duo gave it their all.
Members Tyler Joseph and Joshua Dun gave a performance of a lifetime, interacting with the crowd throughout -from running around the pit in a inflatable ball, to playing the drums on top of the crowd, and on a second stage in the middle of the crowd. Frontman Tyler even showed us his 'magic skills' by popping up around the crowd from time to time during songs. We haven't seen anything like it before, and it really brought a whole new dynamic to the concert scene. With shows nowadays being cut short to an hour or so, Wednesday night saw a smashing two hour long performance, leaving not one second that punters weren't entertained. Josh's heart pumping drumming blew everyone away, leaving jaws dropping to the floor as he battled it out with himself... it was completely out of this world and left everyone in awe.
The fellas seemed very down to earth as they talked to the crowd about how thrilled they were to be here in Adelaide, performing to such a big crowd.
"I know it might seem like it, but we aren't used to this type of thing. Like, performing in big places like this, so when we come here and you've all bought tickets to see our show we are just blown away. We can't tell you how much this means to us." - Tyler Joseph
We hope to see you again soon boys! If you didn't manage to catch the them this time around, make sure to keep an eye out for when they tour Australia again, because it's definitely a show you don't want to miss!
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