The Vamps played one final show for the year at Webster Hall in NYC, in celebration of the release of their sophomore album, “Wake Up.” The show was one big party from start to finish, as Brad, James, Connor and Tristan played tracks from the new album along with their hit singles. The energetic crowd knew every word and shouted and danced along with the band all night.
Near the middle of the set, the band announced they were going to do something “they’d never done before” as Brad moved from the stage to a box in the middle of the crowd. He then played a solo, acoustic, unplugged rendition of “Shout It Out.” It turned into a nice, intimate singalong for everyone.
It’s hard to believe The Vamps first headlining show (ever!) was in NYC nearly 2 years ago. They’ve come a long way since then as a band – they’ve sold out the O2 Arena in London, gone on full arena tours around the world all while still remaining their silly selves and good friends.
The Vamps are fun to watch live because of the incredible energy they bring to every show. They added in new instrumental parts to songs that displayed their musicianship and ability to keep their show fresh every night. The guys even rearranged their hit song “Last Night” into a rousing and fun filled ska song that had the entire audience on their feet.
Near the end of their set, the band took time to do a Q&A with the audience answering all their fans’ burning questions from what’s their favorite pizza topping (Con likes chicken) to what song means the most to them (Brad said “Coming Home”).
Rest Your Love
Somebody To You
Shout About It
Be With You
Sorry (Justin Bieber cover)
I Found A Girl
Can We Dance