Wednesday night Boston saw The Under The Influence Of Music Tour hit their town. This was the 7th of 11 shows headlined by Mac Miller & Wiz Khalifa. Kimmy was on hand to write our latest fan blog, see what she had to say below:
Let’s start off saying it was amazing, it seemed like alot more people were there for Mac Miller, but im a HUGE fan of Wiz so i was basically going more hard to him lol.
Chevy Woods definitely killed the stage, his performance was highlighted by a performance of the track “Two Hundred” where he brought out fellow Taylor Ganger, Tuki Carter. Kendrick Lamar was unable to make the show for unknown reasons. Chiddy Bang and Schoolboy Q did their thing before Mac took the stage.
more of this review after the jump
Mac opened up with ‘Best Day Ever’, and had footage from the video of that on the big screen in the background. The intro was great and had the crowd rocking early.
The energy continued to flow throughout Mac’s entire set, reaching its peak at the finale of “Donald Trump”. Mac’s set lasted about an hour long.
Then Wiz came out, he opened up with Cabin Fever & the crowd was going crazy. I noticed i seemed to be one of the few fans who knew his old songs he performed like ‘Be Easy’ or ‘Boarding Pass’.
This was great for the OG fan like myself but the crowd was definitely louder & more into it with more popular songs like ‘Work Hard Play Hard’, ‘Young Wild & Free’, and ‘Black & Yellow’.
The whole venue was filled with smoke, nearly everyone was smoking. Security cared at first but got over it when they realized it was too much to control. Wiz’s set was about 1 hour & 25 mins. i had a great time & can’t wait to see them again.
Chevy Woods – Yonkers:
Schoolboy Q – Hands On The Wheel:
Chiddy Bang Freestyle
Mac Miller setlist:
Loud & Thoughts From A Balcony
The Mourning After
Lucky Ass Bitch
Wiz Khalifa Setlist:
Hopes and Dreams
On My Level