Check out these photos! Twenty One Pilots, Echosmith and Finish Ticket played a SOLD OUT show to a very energetic crowd last night (10/29/2015) at The Myth in Maplewood, MN.


The duo from Columbus, Ohio is on tour celebrating the recent release of their second album since their signing to Fueled By Ramen, titled Blurryface. 

As you may be able to imagine, i’ve been to a LOT of concerts. I can without hesitation say that Twenty One Pilots put on one of the best live performances that I have ever had the pleasure to see.  Not only did they sound as good – or better – than their recordings, but they showcase their artistry and creativity with a very intricate live show. It was definitely one for the books, and I can’t wait to see them again.


Here, some jams to jam while you look at the pics:



Fans line up to for what seems like a mile to get into the venue.
Some fans (like Tom and Jayme pictured here) were even seeing the show for the second night in a row.

Finish Ticket, a fun alternative rock/ indie band from California, warmed the crowd up with their opening set.

They had a fun vibe and a great sound on stage. Pair that with their great energy and you’ve got yourself a happy crowd.


The next band up was Echosmith. You may know them for their song “Cool Kids”, which reached number 13 on the Billboard Top 100. But it doesn’t stop there. The band, which is made up of four siblings, had many more tricks up their sleeve. Their entire set was enjoyable and entertaining. Lead singer Sydney Sierota revealed a really cool umbrella during their second song that brought a whole new vibe to their set. Echosmith is rad. Nuff’ said.

After Echosmith’s set was what felt like an eternity of anticipation. Chatter, followed by cheering, more chatter, and even a moment where the whole crowd broke into a sing along.

Fans getting stoked before Twenty One Pilots hit the stage.



Security offered a little refreshment by spraying the folks in the front row with water.
Security offered a little refreshment by spraying the folks in the front row with water.

And then the lights dimmed, the waiting music faded out, and the crowd went insane.


Twenty One Pilots:

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You have to see these guys live. You just gotta. Check their tour schedule here and see if they’re coming to a city near you.

& pick up their new album Blurryface below!



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