This past weekend at Mission Ballroom was an absolute party. With Yung Gravy and Dillon Francis at the lead, a rather large crowd of fans quickly filled the venue in anticipation of what was to come. As a result, the energy in the room was palpable as the opener for the evening, J|Adore, took the stage to kick things off. The crowd wasted no time getting rowdy to the hard-hitting bass music being amplified throughout the building. Once DJ Tiiiiiiiiiip took the stage, things took an unexpected but very well-received turn. The crowd began to sing in unison as DJ Tiiiiiiiiiip played one sing-along track after the next. Songs like, “Country Roads” by John Denver, “Africa“ by Toto, “Stacy’s Mom“ by Fountains Of Wayne, and even “Let it Go“, the theme song from Disney’s animated film Frozen.
This sudden shift in energy set up a big entrance for Yung Gravy. By the time he took the stage the room was basically a madhouse. Dozens of bras were thrown on stage throughout the performance though he preferred to call them “Banana Peels”. This type of fun interaction showed how comfortable Yung Gravy was on stage. He was talking to the crowd in between performances of his popular tracks like “oops!“ and “The Boys are back in town“. Afterwards, Dillon Francis put a solid cap on the evening with his widely popular dance tracks. Lots of newer songs were played out and seemed to be well received.In addition to a slew of throwbacks for any long time fans in the crowd. Songs like “Candy” and “Get Low“ really got the dance floor moving.
Photos By Kyle Brim
At the time of writing this article the tour has already passed its halfway point but the duo show no signs of slowing down yet. The Sugar Spice and Everything Ice tour is something that true fans of Dillon Francis and Yung Gravy don’t want to miss.
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