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Arcade Fire Life is Beautiful Festival See all past concerts As you may or may not know, Arcade Fire has built a strong reputation for being one of the best live bands out there today. Since their release of "Funeral" in they have been building an arsenal of captivating, energizing, and flat-out intense music that in my opinion was made complete at least for now with "Reflektor" in On their "Reflektor Tour" they epitomize all set lists with their perfect mix of past and present Arcade Fire.

At the concert I attended in DC they opened with "Afterlife" perfectly setting the mood for the rest of the show; it was energetic but not over the top we needed to save our energy for songs like "Normal Person" "Month of May" and "Ready to Start" and all the fans were able to sing along to the chorus, connecting us to the band right from the start.

Needless to say, we were all giddy with excitement after the opener. While there were a fair share of intense songs you can't help but loose control during, there were also some beautiful moments, specifically during "It's Never Over Hey Orpheus. Then we heard her voice from a different stage in the center of the GA area.

Through all of the intense and beautiful moments, Arcade Fire, after two hours of practically non-stop music, arrived at the finale. Let me tell you, this is something so majestic, so empowering yet humbling, so down to earth, it doesn't deserve to be written about. You need to experience it. All that was left for me to say after the show was that Arcade Fire truly deserve their reputation for being perhaps the best performers out there today.

Such was the reaction of the gentleman behind me after my first Arcade Fire gig, at Manchester Academy in , and I certainly wouldn't disagree.

Back then, the most successful alumni of the mid-Noughties golden age of Canadian music really were stereotypical art-school types, all embroidered blazers and harps and stilted, awkward banter. The cacophonous, punky "Laika", with Richard Reed Parry using every hittable object on stage as an impromptu drum kit.

And "In The Backseat", a song that rendered a strong audience utterly mute, and concluded with the audience spontaneously carrying on its closing refrain for two full minutes after the band had left the stage. Since then, I've seen them in churches and stadiums and muddy fields and on one memorable occasion, a BBC studio.

I've seen their sound change and evolve with each album the disco influenced "Reflektor" is a whole different beast to the stripped back Americana of "The Suburbs", which in turn is a massive shift from the dense and ostentatious "Neon Bible", not to mention the rough-edged beauty of "Funeral". I've seen their audiences grow bigger each tour, not to mention their collection of industry awards. Arcade Fire at the Forum was an amazing experience. This was my first time seeing them live and I think they were meant to play big venues.

Seeing as this was a part of their "Reflektor Tour" I thought this was going to be mostly new songs, but they made sure to play a wide range of songs, even a few from Neon Bible, which surprised me.

I knew it was going to be a good show when the announcer came out to introduce the band in a full mirrored disco ball suit and the band opened with Reflektor, making sure anyone who had just recently heard of them would get into the show. But for each of the songs from their newest album had little fun tidbits like guys in high heels vogue dancing to "We Exist" and Regine appearing on the secondary stage in the middle of the crowd for "It's Never Over.

It was definitely a dazzling spectacle. There were a few other strange tidbits like having "The Reflektors" play Rage Against the Machine before Arcade Fire came back out for their encore as well as dedicating a song to Axl Rose. All in all the night was amazing and came to a very climactic end when the whole stadium echoed with the audience singing "Wake Up" at the top of their lungs.

It was probably one of the best concert experiences I have ever had. In summation, if you want to see something very different and have stories to tell for years to come, I would highly recommend seeing Arcade Fire live. They were born to play stadium shows and I think they will only be playing bigger and bigger venues from now on. Arcade Fire was absolutely amazing. Half an hour before the doors opened, a tour guide recruited me to dance for them and she took me backstage.

I saw Regine Chassagne in a hallway and I said Hi and she was a little surprised but said Hello back. Then I got to put on a Regine bobblehead and opened the pit at Barclay's Center and danced to the opening act for about fifteen minutes. When AF came on, they opened with Reflektor, possibly their top song in that album and everyone was boiled over to see someone in a full on Reflektor suit on the little elevated stage in the middle of the arena.

Regine Chassagne was graceful and adorable everytime she danced, especially wearing a silver cape as Joan during Joan of Arc. Win Butler was very friendly with the crowd, trying on a fan's masquerade mask and shaking everyone's hand at the barricade when the show ended. Arcade Fire had lots of surprises and treats for their fans, great band with incredible talent and yet still so humble.

The show was full of surprises with outstanding costumes, and moving sets with synchronized lights. Even from 50 feet away from the stage I felt the excitement from the band, as well as the rest of the arena and I could not stop singing, dancing, fist-pumping It was an experience I'll never forget.

Only a band like Arcade Fire could make an entire arena of hundreds of people feel connected. Their albums, all unique, have such beautiful songs with powerful lyrics. You can feel the soul they put into the words as they sing them to the crowd. Watching the crowd move as one and sing as one when the band started Wake Up gave me chills and I couldn't help but smile and pour my soul into singing along, even though the band was so far away from me.

Even without the lights, the costumes, the decorations like mirrors and a disco ball, the colorful, intense backgrounds, and the glitter and confetti, Arcade Fire would've been just as amazing. They say perfection doesn't exist, well that's wrong when it comes to Arcade Fire. The show was perfect, almost surreal- definitely the concert of the year by far. The set list on the Wednesday show was as of it was made for me, playing songs I never thought I would hear live, it was an emotional experience.

The lighting, costumes, music transitions, props was amazing, and the boxing type ring stage was incredibly clever, allowing them to be closer to the fans and yet providing a different show on every side. Words can't explain what I felt during and after the concert, it was playful, clever, emotional, energetic- Such an amazing band, I'm so glad I found them- I don't know how I was alive before finding them.

They have such an incredible stage presence, I really truly recommend seeing them if you have the chance- they unite all ages and create magic and unity. The massive arena show proved that Arcade Fire has successfully translated the energy of their indie early days to the big and shiny stages of the masses.

The set list, leaning heavily on the new Reflektor and the now classic Funeral album was energetic and driving interspersed with a few of the more popular tracks from The Suburbs. Arcade Fire played an absolutely electric show at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, leaving the crowd buzzing with more energy at the end than it already had at the start. Arcade Fire began their set with a Devo cover, which was a very nice tribute since Devo had to cancel that night due to a "kayaking accident.

It truly was one of the best musical experiences I've ever had; the sound quality was unparalleled, the light show and visuals were engaging, and the jamming at the end of songs like Reflektor, Here Comes the Night Time, and Wake Up is what going to live shows is all about. The paper mache heads and ridiculous confetti just added to the effect. Thanks Arcade Fire, best Wednesday night ever. Well, as a show, it was one of the best ones I've ever been to, with spectacular mirror plays and great enphasis from the members of the band, who move from side to side of the stage I think at least one of them was high on drugs, or was it just part of the show?

Problem is, I was so close to the stage that I couldn't enjoy the music itself: But the way the crowd was taken by the concert was amazing, never seen anyone so close to their fans.

I would have liked to follow their dress code, but, as you know, Rome is quite hot in summer. Once again we were not disappointed in their concert! We love this group and we were lucky enough to see them in Vegas in Nov last year our whole trip to Vegas was planned due to this concert that is how much we love them , then 2 weeks later we saw them at the ACC in Toronto and now we saw them last night at the amphitheater Wish we could go to the Iheart Radio concert in Vegas in September just to see them again!!!

Arcade Fire Continues to kill it!!! Venue was small but everyone was so close to the raised stage -the viewpoint had 'front row' feeling for almost everyone. Boxing style announcer, to complement boxing ring 'in the round' set up. Wembley, Thursday 12 April - the Arcade Fire gig was sensational.

Song after song after song with an amazing light display while the band members moved around the stage so that all four sides of the boxing ring got a great view of each member. As multi-instrumentalists, they effortlessly contribute various roles to the songs. Dedicating Suburbs to Bowie was a great gesture as was the conga-style departure from the stage singing Rebel Rebel.

Arcade Fire was the most insane, most excellent, most perfect experience in my life. The Pixies were sensational as well as support which could only mean that Arcade Fire were there to do something massive. Also those two bands playing at Galstonbury just a day or two before and hearing that The Pixies were amazing at it and Arcade Fire played the "show of their lives" at it headlining could only mean that we were in for something insane.

Plus I and my girlfriend met the whole of the supporting band, Ham Sandwich, in the crowd during the last 8 songs of Arcade Fire's set.

Overall best day concert I've ever been to, plus being at Biffy Clyro the day before made it the best Weekend of my life. This was my second Arcade Fire show the first was at the Sasquatch Festival following the release of Funeral about a decade ago.

To be honest, I was completely impressed, AF remain a top notch touring act. They music is fitting for a large outdoor setting, and they really took advantage of all the opportunities at Xfinity Center. Their songs are very anthemic and they covered their whole catalog, from No Cars Go all the way to Reflektor. The crowd was just as boisterous as I remember them at Sasquatch, and the energy was palpable. I would definitely recommend seeing AF outdoors, they are well suited to the open air.

Look forward to seeing them again! Mixed bag for me! A fan of the older stuff, and a classic rocker, the new disco style direction wasn't as suited to me, but the guys still put on a great performance.

I didn't think the rotating boxing ring stage worked. We didn't get into the gig feel in the same way as the band all facing the same direction.

Nice experiment but please forget it next time! Guest appearances made me realise not exactly my cuppa! But too performances by Arcade Fire, just a few things that didn't top of for me this time round! The Arcade Fire concert was the best show I have ever seen! They were so amazing live! Every note was hit and every harmony was flawless.

I was very pleased that they didn't just play songs from Reflector their newest album , but songs from their older ones as well! After the show was finished, they came back for an encore that lasted fifteen minutes! I think it really shows that they care about the music and the fans.

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I've seen their sound change and evolve with each album the disco influenced "Reflektor" is a whole different beast to the stripped back Americana of "The Suburbs", which in turn is a massive shift from the dense and ostentatious "Neon Bible", not to mention the rough-edged beauty of "Funeral".

I've seen their audiences grow bigger each tour, not to mention their collection of industry awards. Arcade Fire at the Forum was an amazing experience. This was my first time seeing them live and I think they were meant to play big venues. Seeing as this was a part of their "Reflektor Tour" I thought this was going to be mostly new songs, but they made sure to play a wide range of songs, even a few from Neon Bible, which surprised me. I knew it was going to be a good show when the announcer came out to introduce the band in a full mirrored disco ball suit and the band opened with Reflektor, making sure anyone who had just recently heard of them would get into the show.

But for each of the songs from their newest album had little fun tidbits like guys in high heels vogue dancing to "We Exist" and Regine appearing on the secondary stage in the middle of the crowd for "It's Never Over. It was definitely a dazzling spectacle. There were a few other strange tidbits like having "The Reflektors" play Rage Against the Machine before Arcade Fire came back out for their encore as well as dedicating a song to Axl Rose.

All in all the night was amazing and came to a very climactic end when the whole stadium echoed with the audience singing "Wake Up" at the top of their lungs. It was probably one of the best concert experiences I have ever had.

In summation, if you want to see something very different and have stories to tell for years to come, I would highly recommend seeing Arcade Fire live. They were born to play stadium shows and I think they will only be playing bigger and bigger venues from now on.

Arcade Fire was absolutely amazing. Half an hour before the doors opened, a tour guide recruited me to dance for them and she took me backstage. I saw Regine Chassagne in a hallway and I said Hi and she was a little surprised but said Hello back. Then I got to put on a Regine bobblehead and opened the pit at Barclay's Center and danced to the opening act for about fifteen minutes.

When AF came on, they opened with Reflektor, possibly their top song in that album and everyone was boiled over to see someone in a full on Reflektor suit on the little elevated stage in the middle of the arena.

Regine Chassagne was graceful and adorable everytime she danced, especially wearing a silver cape as Joan during Joan of Arc. Win Butler was very friendly with the crowd, trying on a fan's masquerade mask and shaking everyone's hand at the barricade when the show ended. Arcade Fire had lots of surprises and treats for their fans, great band with incredible talent and yet still so humble.

The show was full of surprises with outstanding costumes, and moving sets with synchronized lights. Even from 50 feet away from the stage I felt the excitement from the band, as well as the rest of the arena and I could not stop singing, dancing, fist-pumping It was an experience I'll never forget.

Only a band like Arcade Fire could make an entire arena of hundreds of people feel connected. Their albums, all unique, have such beautiful songs with powerful lyrics. You can feel the soul they put into the words as they sing them to the crowd. Watching the crowd move as one and sing as one when the band started Wake Up gave me chills and I couldn't help but smile and pour my soul into singing along, even though the band was so far away from me. Even without the lights, the costumes, the decorations like mirrors and a disco ball, the colorful, intense backgrounds, and the glitter and confetti, Arcade Fire would've been just as amazing.

They say perfection doesn't exist, well that's wrong when it comes to Arcade Fire. The show was perfect, almost surreal- definitely the concert of the year by far. The set list on the Wednesday show was as of it was made for me, playing songs I never thought I would hear live, it was an emotional experience.

The lighting, costumes, music transitions, props was amazing, and the boxing type ring stage was incredibly clever, allowing them to be closer to the fans and yet providing a different show on every side.

Words can't explain what I felt during and after the concert, it was playful, clever, emotional, energetic- Such an amazing band, I'm so glad I found them- I don't know how I was alive before finding them.

They have such an incredible stage presence, I really truly recommend seeing them if you have the chance- they unite all ages and create magic and unity. The massive arena show proved that Arcade Fire has successfully translated the energy of their indie early days to the big and shiny stages of the masses.

The set list, leaning heavily on the new Reflektor and the now classic Funeral album was energetic and driving interspersed with a few of the more popular tracks from The Suburbs. Arcade Fire played an absolutely electric show at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, leaving the crowd buzzing with more energy at the end than it already had at the start. Arcade Fire began their set with a Devo cover, which was a very nice tribute since Devo had to cancel that night due to a "kayaking accident.

It truly was one of the best musical experiences I've ever had; the sound quality was unparalleled, the light show and visuals were engaging, and the jamming at the end of songs like Reflektor, Here Comes the Night Time, and Wake Up is what going to live shows is all about. The paper mache heads and ridiculous confetti just added to the effect. Thanks Arcade Fire, best Wednesday night ever.

Well, as a show, it was one of the best ones I've ever been to, with spectacular mirror plays and great enphasis from the members of the band, who move from side to side of the stage I think at least one of them was high on drugs, or was it just part of the show? Problem is, I was so close to the stage that I couldn't enjoy the music itself: But the way the crowd was taken by the concert was amazing, never seen anyone so close to their fans.

I would have liked to follow their dress code, but, as you know, Rome is quite hot in summer. Once again we were not disappointed in their concert! We love this group and we were lucky enough to see them in Vegas in Nov last year our whole trip to Vegas was planned due to this concert that is how much we love them , then 2 weeks later we saw them at the ACC in Toronto and now we saw them last night at the amphitheater Wish we could go to the Iheart Radio concert in Vegas in September just to see them again!!!

Arcade Fire Continues to kill it!!! Venue was small but everyone was so close to the raised stage -the viewpoint had 'front row' feeling for almost everyone.

Boxing style announcer, to complement boxing ring 'in the round' set up. Wembley, Thursday 12 April - the Arcade Fire gig was sensational. Song after song after song with an amazing light display while the band members moved around the stage so that all four sides of the boxing ring got a great view of each member. As multi-instrumentalists, they effortlessly contribute various roles to the songs. Dedicating Suburbs to Bowie was a great gesture as was the conga-style departure from the stage singing Rebel Rebel.

Arcade Fire was the most insane, most excellent, most perfect experience in my life. The Pixies were sensational as well as support which could only mean that Arcade Fire were there to do something massive. Also those two bands playing at Galstonbury just a day or two before and hearing that The Pixies were amazing at it and Arcade Fire played the "show of their lives" at it headlining could only mean that we were in for something insane.

Plus I and my girlfriend met the whole of the supporting band, Ham Sandwich, in the crowd during the last 8 songs of Arcade Fire's set. Overall best day concert I've ever been to, plus being at Biffy Clyro the day before made it the best Weekend of my life.

This was my second Arcade Fire show the first was at the Sasquatch Festival following the release of Funeral about a decade ago. To be honest, I was completely impressed, AF remain a top notch touring act.

They music is fitting for a large outdoor setting, and they really took advantage of all the opportunities at Xfinity Center. Their songs are very anthemic and they covered their whole catalog, from No Cars Go all the way to Reflektor. The crowd was just as boisterous as I remember them at Sasquatch, and the energy was palpable.

I would definitely recommend seeing AF outdoors, they are well suited to the open air. Look forward to seeing them again! Mixed bag for me! A fan of the older stuff, and a classic rocker, the new disco style direction wasn't as suited to me, but the guys still put on a great performance. I didn't think the rotating boxing ring stage worked. Retrieved February 14, Retrieved 12 October Arcade Fire — a multi-instrumental, mixed gender, seven-piece indie-rock group Art-Rock Fueled by Eclecticism and Pain".

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Don't see a show in your area? We book shows in and around Texas but call Austin home. Check back soon for new shows near you! Review: Arcade Fire at Castlefield Bowl Manchester Arcade Fire UK tour ticket and pre-sale information The pre-sale opens on Wednesday July 26 at 9am and closes on Friday July 28 at am. Arcade Fire is a Canadian indie rock band, consisting of husband and wife Win Butler and Régine Chassagne, along with Win's younger brother William Butler, The concert footage was filmed at the band's surprise September 9 appearance at .