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Exclusive Photos: Bryce Vine starts a Tuesday night party in NYC

Bryce Vine‘s winter headlining tour kicked off in NYC this past week. The Drew Barrymore mastermind started his tour with a sold out hometown show. Gramercy Theater as packed from the moment doors opened. His opening acts 7715 and Kid Quill set the vibe for the night with exciting sets that put everyone in a dancing mood. Surprisingly enough, this show was 7715 first show ever. They captivated the crowd with their chill pop/hip-hop influenced tracks and introduced the crowd to the crew. Kid Quill loaded up his set with throwbacks that matched the vibe of a chill kickback with great music and great drinks. He is currently working on an album that is guaranteed to display the passion and creativity that he demonstrates on stage.

Bryce Vine stepped on stage and instantly captivated the crowd. The venue has less than spectacular in house lights, but his production set up added an extra hint of energy and lit up the room to make it feel like a full blown arena show. Fans were singing along and letting loose on a weeknight. For the past year he has been repeatedly labeled as a breakout artist and the upward trajectory of his career only continues. His R&B infused single Drew Barrymore is certified gold and just a taste of his repertoire of catchy tunes. His artistry shines through on stage through effortless dance moves and vocals that display true talent. View the full gallery below and check out the rest of the tour dates to see when the party will be hitting your city. Approximately half the tour is sold out so don’t miss out on your chance for tickets. Purchase tickets here.

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