Last month, Briston Maroney closed out his Sunflower World Tour in Nashville, Tennessee with two back-to-back sold-out shows at The Basement East. Since the beginning of September, Briston has been traveling across the world to showcase his newest album titled, Sunflower. With Nashville being home to Briston as well as a majority of his top fans, the show was not one to miss.
Briston began his set with his hit single, “Small Talk,” then followed up with many fan favorites from Sunflower like “It’s Still Cool If You Don’t” and “Deep Sea Diver.” With only fourteen songs on his setlist, you might think that the show was short and sweet. Instead, Briston and his rockin’ band had everyone jumping with excitement for just over an hour and a half. Tracks like “Freakin’ Out On The Interstate” and “Caroline” had the crowd going crazy.
Briston holds an energy that a very select few artists hold; the second he walks on stage, all eyes are locked on him as he has the ability to grasp everyone’s attention with a single guitar strum. His stage presence is some of the best in the industry. Not only does Briston make sure that everyone is having a great time, but his energy also allows everyone to feel as though they are in the front row. Throughout the entire night, Brison had the crowd jumping, moshing, and crowd surfing.
Check out photos of the show below!
Though Nashville’s two sold-out shows concluded the first part of Briston Maroney’s tour, he begins the second part of his tour on May 23rd in Texas. To purchase tickets to the remainder of his tour, check out his website here.
Photos and words by Jackson Campbell (@jack.t.camp)