By: Angela Smith
On May 3, 2019 LÉON headlined Summit Music Hall in Denver. The night opened up with a set from the local group LVDY (pronounced lady). Their music conveyed a lot of chill, feel good vibes and nicely accompanied the simple set-up on stage. With just two members singing, a guitar, and sample pad, they were able to fill the room quite nicely and definitely impressed the crowd. After LVDY was Morgan Saint who got the crowd hyped up. Her energy on stage was incredible, she moved and jumped all over and interacted with the crowd throughout. The songs themselves were quite chill backed by guitar, keys, and drums but it represented her album. Both openers did a great job of making sure that the crowd was ready by the time LÉON came on.
When LÉON took the stage the crowd got a new wave of energy immediately, as much as they seemed to like the openers it was obvious who they were really there for. LÉON immediately gave the crowd what they wanted. Lots of energy and interaction with the crowd caused them to yell and sing all the words louder and louder. LÉON herself said that Denver was the loudest show on the tour, which only caused the crowd to get even louder. Part way through her set LÉON decided to go into the crowd because the stage was “too far away.” Overall, LÉON at the Summit was a great show, full of positive vibes and great energy.
For more info on LÉON’s upcoming tour dates, you can check out her website here. You can also stay up-to-date with the artist on Instagram.