It’s a Monday morning and instead of being in the lecture, I am currently sitting in my bedroom making this post.
Don’t worry. I’ll explain later.
In all honesty, I have only heard of Khalid’s popular Location a few days prior to this gig. The day before I go on a music spree listening to nearly every single songs of his.
Though I did not become too much of a big fan, I really appreciated his calm vocals and young talent.
This was actually a ticket exchange between me and a friend. I gave her Mabel tickets and she gave me Khalid tickets.
As long as you have good company and good music, you’re bound to have a great time. This was certainly one of those.
Surprisingly, he was the only act on that night therefore a lot of waiting and Khalid stage time ensued. The Dome has been no doubt one of the most intimate venues I have ever been to. It was more of a small-ish square room filled with people with a bar on the side and merch table at the back. (I really need to upgrade my phone…)
After roughly four hours of waiting, two hours outside and two hours inside. I missed out on the outdoor two hour wait as I had to queue jump to my friends who were there before me as I ran from uni. Seemed like rude move but I had training that I just couldn’t miss. Fortunately, the people behind us didn’t start a fight.
He started off with his collab with Marshmello…
The chillax vibe was present throughout the whole gig with a good friend buying the squad a round of tequila.
And ended with…
Of course, he also sang his other beloved songs such as Coaster, Let’s Go, American Teen and Saved. The band also had a moment in the spotlight with one of sexiest collection of instrustment solos.
It was certainly a fun night with Khalid singing and dancing his heart out that made me love my friends even more.
Until Next Time,
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Oh, I forgot to mention…I have a picture with him