PVRIS packs the Skyway Theatre in Minneapolis for a loud and charming set, along with Lights and Flint Eastwood

Finishing up the end of their 2017 North American Fall Tour supporting their sophomore album “All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need of Hell” in the Midwest, Boston alternative rock band PVRIS packed the Skyway Theatre in Minneapolis this past weekend. Upon arriving a couple hours early for the Meet & Greet opportunity with the band, there was already a line a few blocks down from the entrance of the venue, something I was expecting, even with the light rain before doors opened.

Flint Eastwood opened the evening with a tactfully erratic and eccentric performance, truly bringing the energy in the room from zero to one hundred in a matter of seconds. Led by fiery front woman Jax Anderson, the Detroit based alternative pop band put on one of the most energetic performances I have ever seen. Anderson seemed to never stop moving from one side of the stage to the next, seizing every opportunity to interact with the crowd, even calling out the crowd for not being as into the music as her photographer.

Next up was Toronto based alternative artist Lights. After their tour bus broke down over ten hours away from the venue in downtown Minneapolis, there was a looming uncertainty if Lights would be able to make it to the show. However, Lights came through with an outstanding acoustic performance, captivating the audience, making this a very special performance to witness and experience.

Finally, the headliners of the evening took the stage amidst the outpouring of cheers from every member of the audience, whom proved to be as loud if not louder than the band itself. PVIRS, composed of Lyndsey Gunnuflson, Alex Babinski, Brian MacDonald, and touring drummer Justin Nace, played an incredible set that was enhanced by their stage lighting and production. From the beginning all the way to the end of their set, PVRIS was able to charm the audience with an emotive ambiance, highlighted by stellar mix of songs from their discography.

Flint Eastwood

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PVRIS

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PVRIS

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PVRIS

PVRIS

PVRIS

PVRIS

PVRIS

PVRIS

Lights

Lights

Lights

Lights

Lights

Flint Eastwood

Flint Eastwood

Flint Eastwood

Flint Eastwood

While the North American run is over, you can catch PVRIS touring across Europe and the U.K. this November:
Nov 02: Munich Backstage Halle, Germany
Nov 03: Zurich Dynamo, Switzerland
Nov 04: Milan Magazzini Generali, Italy
Nov 06: Vienna Flex, Austria
Nov 07: Prague Lucerna Music Bar, Czech Republic
Nov 08: Berlin Huxley’s, Germany
Nov 09: Hamburg Docks, Germany
Nov 11: Copenhagen Pumpehuset, Denmark
Nov 12: Stockholm Fryhuset, Sweden
Nov 13: Oslo Rockefeller, Norway
Nov 15: Cologne Live Music Hall, Germany
Nov 16: Luxembourg Den Atelier, Luxembourg
Nov 17: Utrecht Tivoli Ronda, Netherlands
Nov 18: Paris Elysee Montmartre, France
Nov 19: Antwerp Trix, Belgium
Nov 22: Bristol O2 Academy, UK
Nov 23: Birmingham O2 Academy, UK
Nov 24: Dublin The Academy, Ireland
Nov 25: Belfast Mandela Hall, UK
Nov 27: Glasgow O2 Academy, UK
Nov 28: Manchester Apollo, UK
Nov 30: London O2 Brixton Academy, UK

Alexa Chihos

Alexa Chihos is a music photographer based in Boston. See her work at alexachihosphotography.com.

PVRIS packs the Skyway Theatre in Minneapolis for a loud and charming set, along with Lights and Flint Eastwood

Finishing up the end of their 2017 North American Fall Tour supporting their sophomore album “All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need of Hell” in the Midwest, Boston alternative rock band PVRIS packed the Skyway Theatre in Minneapolis this past weekend. Upon arriving a couple hours early for the Meet & Greet opportunity with the band, there was already a line a few blocks down from the entrance of the venue, something I was expecting, even with the light rain before doors opened.

Flint Eastwood opened the evening with a tactfully erratic and eccentric performance, truly bringing the energy in the room from zero to one hundred in a matter of seconds. Led by fiery front woman Jax Anderson, the Detroit based alternative pop band put on one of the most energetic performances I have ever seen. Anderson seemed to never stop moving from one side of the stage to the next, seizing every opportunity to interact with the crowd, even calling out the crowd for not being as into the music as her photographer.

Next up was Toronto based alternative artist Lights. After their tour bus broke down over ten hours away from the venue in downtown Minneapolis, there was a looming uncertainty if Lights would be able to make it to the show. However, Lights came through with an outstanding acoustic performance, captivating the audience, making this a very special performance to witness and experience.

Finally, the headliners of the evening took the stage amidst the outpouring of cheers from every member of the audience, whom proved to be as loud if not louder than the band itself. PVIRS, composed of Lyndsey Gunnuflson, Alex Babinski, Brian MacDonald, and touring drummer Justin Nace, played an incredible set that was enhanced by their stage lighting and production. From the beginning all the way to the end of their set, PVRIS was able to charm the audience with an emotive ambiance, highlighted by stellar mix of songs from their discography.

Flint Eastwood

PVRIS

PVRIS

PVRIS

PVRIS

PVRIS

PVRIS

PVRIS

PVRIS

PVRIS

PVRIS

PVRIS

Lights

Lights

Lights

Lights

Lights

Flint Eastwood

Flint Eastwood

Flint Eastwood

Flint Eastwood

While the North American run is over, you can catch PVRIS touring across Europe and the U.K. this November:
Nov 02: Munich Backstage Halle, Germany
Nov 03: Zurich Dynamo, Switzerland
Nov 04: Milan Magazzini Generali, Italy
Nov 06: Vienna Flex, Austria
Nov 07: Prague Lucerna Music Bar, Czech Republic
Nov 08: Berlin Huxley’s, Germany
Nov 09: Hamburg Docks, Germany
Nov 11: Copenhagen Pumpehuset, Denmark
Nov 12: Stockholm Fryhuset, Sweden
Nov 13: Oslo Rockefeller, Norway
Nov 15: Cologne Live Music Hall, Germany
Nov 16: Luxembourg Den Atelier, Luxembourg
Nov 17: Utrecht Tivoli Ronda, Netherlands
Nov 18: Paris Elysee Montmartre, France
Nov 19: Antwerp Trix, Belgium
Nov 22: Bristol O2 Academy, UK
Nov 23: Birmingham O2 Academy, UK
Nov 24: Dublin The Academy, Ireland
Nov 25: Belfast Mandela Hall, UK
Nov 27: Glasgow O2 Academy, UK
Nov 28: Manchester Apollo, UK
Nov 30: London O2 Brixton Academy, UK

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