3 Doors Down performed in Boston at the Orpheum Theater on September 14th with Pop Evil and Red Sun Rising. Anyone who goes to see this tour, will be mesmerized by a show full of spontaneous energy. The Theater was massive, and unique, which set the mood for a most magical night. Cities never sleep, and neither do these bands.
Red Sun Rising was the first band to perform. Their setlist included: "Push", "The Otherside," "My Muse," "Amnesia," "Imitation" and "Emotionless." They set the mood for Pop Evil and 3 Doors Down, their music energizing the atmosphere within the old theater. Some people sang along, while others swayed to the mesmerizing music. Both the theater and audience came to life as they continued to play.
Pop Evil was the second opening act, and after much excitement from the band, sure enough, the audience came to life. Their setlist is as followed: "Ways to Get High", "Deal with the Devil," their most recent single, "If Only for Now," as well as classics like 1"00 In A 55," "Trenches," "Torn to Pieces," The lead singer of Pop Evil, Leigh Kakaty came into the audience weaving his way through the theater, interacting with the crowd.
Finally, 3 Doors down came out and subsequently captivated the audience, touching the hearts of the Boston crowd. With the competition in town including Bruce Springsteen and Adele, 3 Doors Down showed their gratitude for those in attendance choosing their show. 3 Doors Down now are at a point in their career where they have become a veteran rock band with a strong, and loyal following They opened with "Still Alive" from their recently released album "Us and the Night." their set list also included classics such as "It's Not My Time," "Duck and Run," and the long time rock radio staple "Kryptonite."
While their encore included a tribute to the US Military during the song When I'm Gone which was accompanied by a touching video about military families. Throughout the show, Brad would talk about his most entertaining moments of conversations that he had with his wife. The Boston crowd continued to sing a long to nearly every word as the night went on, a true testament to the connections fans have with this band.