The concert for Atlas Genius was fantastic from beginning to end. The two opening bands Mainland and Dreamers were awesome and I'm sure they're both going to become more popular. They got the crowd into the music and warmed them up for Atlas Genius. When Atlas Genius took the stage the crowd was pumped up with excitement, and the band did not disappoint. Though I wish there were a few less flashing lights, the music made the loss of sight completely worth it. They walked off the stage at one point, and I thought the concert was over, however, they just took a short reprieve before they went back to the stage to perform more. The song that really stood out from the rest of the concert was “Levitate,” this was the only slow song that they played throughout the entire preformance. It was beautifully sung and you could feel the raw emotions that the singer was trying to get across. “Trojans,” one of their most popular songs was also played during their performance. You could feel the energy of everyone in the crowd change as they recognized the song’s beginning cords. Throughout the rest of the concert the audience was silent as they listened intently to Atlas Genius. For the performance of “Trojans” the crowd seemed to find a commonality within one another and sing along.