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article imageReview: Walk The Moon gets the party started at Madison Square Garden Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jun 21, 2018 in Music
New York - On June 20, Walk The Moon was able to get the party started at Madison Square Garden in New York City, where they opened for Thirty Seconds to Mars.
They shared the stage with fellow openers Joywave and MisterWives. They began their set with "One Foot" and immediately broke into "Lisa Baby" and "Portugal."
Walk The Moon segued into such songs as "Different Colors," "Avalanche," "Surrender" and "Tightrope." After they introduced their song "Kamikaze" to the Madison Square Garden crowd, they told their audience that it would "an honor to give them this dance," and they delivered their smash hit "Shut Up and Dance," which was well-received by all, as the fans captured that moment by lighting their phones up, and recording the song on there.
They performed "Headphones," by incorporating a medley of "Kashmir" by Led Zeppelin, which pleased classic rock fans. "Thank you. This is a beautiful memory for us," they said, and they subsequently gave a shout-out to Thirty Second to Mars for having them out on their "Monolith" tour with them.
Walk The Moon closed with "Anna Sun," where yellow and orange lights alternated from the stage. "If you know, sing it with us," they said, and the song featured a killer electric guitar solo towards the end.
The Verdict
Overall, Walk The Moon was able to rock out Madison Square Garden, thanks to their versatile 55 minute set. They ought to be commended for their tremendous energy level. Walk The Moon garnered two thumbs up at Madison Square Garden.
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