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Hardcore band Fever 333 bring politics and positivity to The Varsity Theatre in Minneapolis

Last year at Northern Invasion, I was introduced to a band that has stuck with me not only because of the power behind their music but of their performance. The band, Fever 333, made their second stop this year in Minneapolis, this time at The Varsity Theatre, and it was a performance that I couldn’t wait for.

When I walked up to the venue, I noticed there was a sign posted on the door that said Fever 333 would be the only band playing on tonight’s bill, and that made me even more excited for the performance, knowing that the stage was set just for them. 

Fever 333 took the stage just around 8:15, coming out onstage after their signature inclusive and political opening video. There wasn’t a quiet moment in the entire venue for the duration of their set; from fans singing along to each song with as much passion as the band, to the drum circle solo where fans cheered on all three members of Fever 333, the band had the audience captivated for every single moment. The band’s 14 song set highlighted for me just what makes this band so special: they spread positivity through political awareness and inclusiveness, demonstrating their deep rooted passion for truly bettering the world through the message in their music and their insane stage performance.

This will have marked the third time I’ve seen Fever 333 live and the band continues to prove to me with each performance why I will keep coming back to see them live when they make a stop in the Twin Cities.

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

Hardcore band Fever 333 bring politics and positivity to The Varsity Theatre in Minneapolis

Last year at Northern Invasion, I was introduced to a band that has stuck with me not only because of the power behind their music but of their performance. The band, Fever 333, made their second stop this year in Minneapolis, this time at The Varsity Theatre, and it was a performance that I couldn’t wait for.

When I walked up to the venue, I noticed there was a sign posted on the door that said Fever 333 would be the only band playing on tonight’s bill, and that made me even more excited for the performance, knowing that the stage was set just for them. 

Fever 333 took the stage just around 8:15, coming out onstage after their signature inclusive and political opening video. There wasn’t a quiet moment in the entire venue for the duration of their set; from fans singing along to each song with as much passion as the band, to the drum circle solo where fans cheered on all three members of Fever 333, the band had the audience captivated for every single moment. The band’s 14 song set highlighted for me just what makes this band so special: they spread positivity through political awareness and inclusiveness, demonstrating their deep rooted passion for truly bettering the world through the message in their music and their insane stage performance.

This will have marked the third time I’ve seen Fever 333 live and the band continues to prove to me with each performance why I will keep coming back to see them live when they make a stop in the Twin Cities.

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