Kip Moore At London Music Hall

On Saturday evening, my boyfriend and I, along with two others friends, ventured to London Music Hall to see Kip Moore perform live in concert. This was the first time both myself and my boyfriend had ever seen him live, and further was the first concert we have attended together in four years of dating, so it was an exciting occasion in various contexts.

Kip Moore is an incredible performer, and he sounds absolutely phenomenal live. He has tremendous energy onstage, and he failed to take a single break throughout the duration of his show. He played a variety of old and newer songs, including several from his newest album, Slow Heart, and I couldn’t have been happier with his song choices.

River Town Saints and Drake White opened for Kip, and both were also great. Their current tour together is called Plead the Fifth, named after one of the tracks on Moore’s newest album.

I really enjoyed the concert location. London Music Hall is quite small, and its intimacy allowed for Kip’s performance to seem even more surreal. There are two floors of the building, and my boyfriends and I along with our friends decided to watch from the second-floor balcony because it was less crowded. We had a great view of Kip for a majority of the show, and the acoustics within the facility were clear and audible.

Personally, I am not a huge fan of concerts, and I never have been. I made an exception for Kip, and I am extremely glad I did. I would certainly pay to see him live again, and this concert was incredibly affordable; all tickets were $50, and VIP tickets which included the option to meet with Kip after the show were $150. The only downside of London Music Hall is that it does not have seating, therefore if standing for long period of time is a concern, it is arguable that attending a concert there would not be ideal.

If you are a fan of country music, surreal performances, lively crowds, and phenomenal acoustics, do yourself a favour and see Kip Moore perform. I highly doubt you will regret it.

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