As someone who has been to countless shows, it’s easy to say that Pierce The Veil never disappoints. The four guys and their crew do a tremendous job at making each show a unique and special experience every time they come to town. Last Friday I got to witness the quartet live once again at the Jacob’s Pavilion venue in Cleveland, Ohio with guests White Lung, in support of Rise Against. As expected, San Diego’s mexicore outfit was a huge success.
The band opened with “Bulls In The Bronx” and immediately the crowd came to life. One of the most impressive things about Pierce The Veil’s show is their endless amount of energy. While they jump, kick, and toss their instruments around the stage, the guys emit an incredible vibe that fuels the entire venue, all while never missing a beat. Although the band puts on an impressive performance both physically and musically, their biggest attribute is their ability to connect with the fans. With every show, all four guys make a note to constantly engage with their fans. The band performed some of their most favored songs including “Caraphernelia,” “A Match Into The Water,” and “Circles.” All while the crowd, from the front row all the way to the back of stands, sang along to every word. The band ended with their most famous song, “King For A day,” which included guitarist Tony Perry swinging his instrument around as bassist Jaime Preciado threw his bass up in the air and jumped into the crowd. As usual, Pierce The Veil left the crowd itching for more.
The band continues their journey with White Lung + Rise Against for the rest of this week, ending with a spot on the Self Help Festival in Detroit Michigan on October 7th. Tickets are still available and can be purchased by clicking here. Be sure to check out the links below to stay up to date with the band and to catch them in a city near you!