Max Frost brought his Gold Rush headlining tour to New York City this week. His ambitious high energy set helped his loyal fans kick the Monday blues. Bowery Ballroom typically hosts an older crowd of concertgoers, but this show brought back a sense of carefree enjoyment that came with attending shows as a teenager. The crowd ranged in age, but they all had one thing in common and that’s that they were having the time of their lives. They were singing along, dancing, and some were jumping up on eachother’s shoulders to cheer Max on. Though some of his set could be deemed as cheesy or unnecessary (i.e. – applying hairspray on stage) his fans loved every minute of hit.
The set even featured a Beyonce cover collaboration with the opening band, UPSAHL. The one man show featured everything you could think as Frost bounced around from instrument to instrument demonstrating his versatility. He is clearly a very talented vocalist and songwriter, especially considering that last time he played NYC it was a show at Madison Square Garden with Twenty One Pilots. His hit song Good Morning closed out the show on a high note.
Learn more about Max Frost and check out the rest of his tour dates here.