Last time Alt-J was in the Twin Cities they played two sold out shows at First Avenue. Although First Ave is a phenomenal venue it seemed fair for them to play at a bigger venue in 2015. The Roy Wilkins Auditorium was packed with fans on the night of Thursday, September 17th. And it was a spectacular show.

 

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Their production was on point. Visually this concert was astonishing.

 

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The sound was great as well. Alt-J is a band that I personally love watching live, but love hearing live even more.

 

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Photo credit: Tanner Morris

 

 

 

Let’s also not forget about the opening band. San Fermin, a Brooklyn-based eight-piece touring enterprise, got the crowd pumped up for the headliner. I think it’s safe to say they scored some new fans during their opening performance.

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Make sure to check out the latest album release from Alt-J, ‘This Is All Yours’.¬†


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And if you haven’t heard their previous album yet, you’re seriously missing out.

An Awesome Wave

There it is, folks! If you missed Alt-J this time around, you may want to keep your eyes on their tour calendar. Because this is not a band you want to sleep on.

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