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Fidlaring The Fonda all Night Long

FEATURED IMAGE: TAYLOR WONG

Fuck it dog, life’s a risk, and hundreds of people risked going out during one of the city’s worst heat waves to catch FIDLAR in Los Angeles after a three year hiatus.

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Opening for FIDLAR’s sold out two-night run at The Fonda Theatre, Liily gave an all-star performance. With only one EP and one record under their belt, the LA natives still managed to draw in plenty of fans. Thursday’s show had concert goers starting a pit before frontman Dylan Nash sang the first words of their first song. Three songs in, the crowd surfing had begun. Liily’s live sound brought an aggressive edge to their alt-rock tracks that kept the crowd rowdy and ready for FIDLAR.

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By the time FIDLAR got on the stage at Thursday’s show, the temperatures outside were still in the 90s. Inside, things were getting even hotter. The band played heavily from their first two albums, “FIDLAR” and “Too,” but new singles like “FSU” still had the crowd moshing. 

The Fonda, however, couldn’t handle such a sweaty scene. By the middle of their set, Zac Carper even joked “Can somebody turn on the air conditioner? Turn off that eco setting, fool!” Security started throwing out water and fans could be heard blaming the insane temperatures for their departure as they trickled out before the encore started. 

Still yet, FIDLAR gave a raucous and exhilarating performance bringing their own heat. Their retirement might not have worked out, but that just might be in their best interest. Young and old punks alike are anxiously awaiting the band’s forthcoming 2023 EP after these shows.

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Words by: Hunter Hall

Photos by: Taylor Wong

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