We gave the opening act a chance but decided to just go out and explore this side of Charlotte until it was time for Ghostland Observatory to start. When we returned, there finally was a crowd of people but we still managed to get our spot right upfront. Everyone kept piling in and when the first spurt of smoke from the smoke machine blasted right into my face I knew that this show was going to be fun.
The amazing light show and energy from the band made it incredibly easy to dance like there was no tomorrow. As Aaron Kyle Behrens danced, crooned and strutted across the stage EVERYONE was into what was happening. Thomas Ross Turner provided sick beats and the keyboard synths and accompanied the band's in your face dance/rock/electronic atmosphere.
I had no idea what to expect and quite frankly I was not expecting to like the show as much as I did. It is easy to see how Ghostland Observatory gains its fans. Their incredible stage presence and personality was worth the steep ticket price of $24. If you are just learning about Ghostland Observatory, I am sorry to say that the show I caught was the last of this current tour. You will have to watch their website if you want to find out the next time they are around in your area, I know I will.
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Thanks to jason.s for the concert photo's.