Pentatonix arrived in Ohio on Thursday to the delight of many fans young and old, Headlining on their multi-city tour with Echosmith and Calum Scott. Performing at Blossom (Music Music Center) with just three dates left on the tour, the Ohio welcomed them with a nearly sold out crowd. Parents and children crammed into the venue one patron as young as 10 months was in attendance, to experience PTX in person.
The nearly two hour set included dazzling choreographed dance routines that included multiple outfit changes and solo performances including a spectacular cello performance by Kevin. They sung a good variety of all their albums. Many in the crowd became fans of the band from their appearance on NBC’s “The Sing Off” and their wildly popular YouTue videos, that has million of followers that has garnered the band over 3 billion views.
The acapella group thats mostly known for their covers of others artist but has recently released their own album of original songs. Thursday’s set was family friendly, a highlight was when then the band covered “Perfect” by Ed Sheeran, and the fans to brought out their cellphone to light up the venue. I always find that to be an impressive sight to see thousands of lights, lighting up the night sky and this was no different, with the mood the mood set set and Pentatonix’s beautiful harmonious voices singing it just made for a perfect moment. PTX also did a medley of Rihanna songs and a few throw backs songs that included Montell Jordan, Pharrell and Usher. Pentatonix did not leave the parents outs they did a few bars of Ginuwine’s hit “Pony” but in all fairness the guys did give a warning that the song came with a warning and that it just for the adults.
If you’re a bass, lover you’ll definitely this show because it has a lot of it! With only only two dates left on this tour in Michigan (Clarkston) on September 15th and IL (Tinley Park) and September 16th, there’s still tickets left. You don’t wanna miss the opportunity to catch PTX live!
Article and photos credit of: Tanise Werner of Music Matters Magazine