Cavetown’s Atlanta Show Was Anything But Sour



Saturday night, Cavetown brought their tour to the Tabernacle in Atlanta. The show was opened by Addison Grace and Tessa Violet, who both got the crowd excited for the rest of the show. The historic Atlanta venue was packed on all three floors with fans who were ready to sing their hearts out for all three acts. When Cavetown’s band came out the crowd buzzed with excitement and anticipation.  They opened with “Fool”, a song off of the 2018 album Lemon Boy, which gained a lot of harmonizing from the crowd. The stage was filled with flowers and clouds along with gorgeous lighting that really brought the fans into the world of Cavetown. Overall, it was an amazing show for old and new fans alike that really felt intimate. If you have the chance, go catch Cavetown on the rest of his US tour. Check out our photos from the show below:

Addison Grace

Tessa Violet



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