Filling the void left by the cancellation of British Columbia’s two popular festivals Squamish and Pemberton, i Heart Radio’s Beach Ball sought to bring the music fest mojo back to Vancouver in the first-ever iteration of their live music concert events on the west coast of Canada featuring today’s hottest pop stars. Both old fans and new fans alike will await Alessia Cara’s next album cycle with great anticipation. There was a collective and resounding response of distress from the crowd as the singer exited the stage after performing his short set of two songs, with his fans begging for him to come back.
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#lorde #royals #perfectplaces #pureheroine #melodrama #iheartradio #virginradio #pne #playland #thefair #vancouver #vancity #yvr #concerts A post shared by " style=" color:#c9c8cd; font-family: Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; font-style:normal; font-weight:normal; line-height:17px;" target="_blank" Fully recovered from the flu that prompted her to deliver an interpretive dance during last week’s VMA Awards, Lorde returned to the festival circuit in full form with a magical performance at the Beach Ball. Rounding out her 13-song setlist were her collaboration with Zedd “Stay,” “How Far I’ll Go” from Disney’s , and her cover of Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” (which was dedicated to the parents in the audience).
The rising star performed songs from her debut album, including “I’m Yours,” “Four Pink Walls,” “Overdose,” “Outlaws,” “River of Tears,” “Seventeen,” “My Song,” and her singles, the upbeat “Wild Things,” the self-love empowerment anthem “Scars to Your Beautiful,” and the smash hit “Here.” In addition to her big and remarkable voice, she showcased her multitalented musical abilities by playing the guitar and the drums.