Fitz & the Tantrums brought the party to Philly with a sold-out show at Union Transfer, and our photographer Emily Cohen captured the magic.
Fitz & the Tantrums are a band you don’t want to miss on tour and Philly sure knew that Saturday night. Philly fans were excited to hear tracks across their catalog including songs from their 2022 release Let Yourself Free:
We were excited to hear their new single from the album “Moneymaker” live! Released this year with remixes from Galantis & secs on the beach, Phantogram, and Never Dull, “Moneymaker” is a track that will set the dance floor alight and it did this Saturday to a sold-out crowd in Philadelphia. Check out the Phantogram remix below:
Fitz and the Tantrums are spending this Valentine’s Day with their fans in Nashville (get your tickets here!) and complete their Let Yourself Free Tour with Sammy Rash this Thursday with a sold-out show at Culture Room in Ft Lauderdale Florida!
Keep up with Fitz and The Tantrums here and check out more photos and words from their sold-out show at Union Transfer this past Saturday by our photographer Emily Cohen:
“As someone who’s still scared of covid, I haven’t been out to many concerts in the past few years. I am so glad I decided to brave it for a night of incredible music thanks for Fitz and The Tantrums. The band came out a little past 9pm and the house didn’t stop grooving until the set finished. They played many of their hits over the last 15 years while throwing in some of their new material as well. All throughout the set, lead singers Michael Fitzpatrick and Noelle Scaggs made magic together as they vibed together all around the stage. Saxophone player James King seamlessly bounced around from brass instrument to keys to string. It was pure joy being exuded from the stage as the band jumped about and playing off of each other and the stage lighting. There were truly no bad seats in the house. This masked fan had a very great night out.”
xx Emily Cohen
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