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Life In Color X World Tour 2017 Philadelphia Stop Recap

The Life In Color X World Tour made it's stop in Philadelphia with a line up of heavy hitters and something for everyone. From the tropical house beats of David Solano to Jauz having everyone “Feel The Volume”, there was no lack of dancing. Solano even announced that he created a song just for event, generating more excitement. Jauz is very well known for his deep bass vibe, but who didn't appreciate him dropping ‘Sweet Dreams' by Eurythmics? Sweet nostalgia.

Jauz at Life in Color Philadelphia

Herobust brought the heavy bass leaving head bangers question the possible need for neck braces. Philadelphia was just one stop of his Vertebreaker Tour, and it ended up pairing wonderfully with the giant paint party. He hyped up slogan “I go hard in the paint” right before he started his set. On the topic of nostaglia, “Seven Nation Army” (The White Stripes) was sprinkled in before a filthy drop. He maintained that high energy til his last song.

Herobust at Life in Color Philadelphia

Finally, Seven Lions took everyone on a roller coaster of emotion through several genres. With songs ranging from Oceanlab's ‘Another Chance' into Porter Robinson's ‘Language', down to his own music that's still in development, jaws were on the ground. The visual show was nothing less than what you'd expect from the Seven Lions Team. Imagery ranging from the familiar Eye of Sauron to his Worlds Apart video clips.

Seven Lions at Life in Color Philadelphia

Did we mention the paint blasts? Most of the crowd was clad in white, waiting expectantly for the announced paint to fall from the sky. There was the occasional spray during sets, showering everyone close enough to the stage.

Life in Color Philadelphia 2017

Congratulations to Life in Color for going strong for ten years. We're all looking forward to many more chances to go hard in the paint!


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