Halestorm Took Broomfield, CO to Church
Photo Credit To © 2018 Matt Kelley
Halestorm Took Broomfield, CO to Church

Halestorm Took Broomfield, CO to Church

Halestorm, In This Moment, and New Years Day
1st Bank Center, Broomfield, CO, November 30, 2018
Article and Photography by Matt Kelley

In a tour featuring female-fronted bands, Halestorm, In This Moment and New Years Day, the 1st Bank Center was jam-packed Saturday night to witness three hours of vicious rock.

The California quintet, New Years Day kicked off the show. Frontwoman Ash Costello commands attention from the opening note. While there isn’t a lot of flash with this group, they pack a huge punch as the crowd responded fervently. They have recently released a new single ‘Skeletons’, which will be on their expected 2019 effort.

If you’re looking for theatrics, look no further than In This Moment. Regardless of the size of the stage, as expected, Maria Brink and company provide a spectacle that is sure to leave people talking walking out of the arena. In This Moment spanned their catalog to include—‘Blood’, ‘Roots’, ‘Oh Lord’ and ‘Black Wedding’ (with Ash Costello).

There is not a bigger voice in rock right now than Halestorm’s Lzzy Hale and it was on full display last night. Grammy winners for ‘Best Hard Rock/Metal’ performance, Halestorm is undoubtedly playing bigger (stage and production) than ever before. Not to say Halestorm ever puts out less effort based on the crowd, but they absolutely rise to the occasion of bigger crowds. Halestorm is the Mike Tyson of the hard rock scene in the sense that with every single song they are trying to deliver a knock out punch. The band heavily featured their most recent record ‘Vicious’ all the while hitting their biggest singles.

The tour runs through December 16th before Halestorm embarks on multiple overseas dates.

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Halestorm Setlist: 1. Love Bites (so do I), 2. Mz. Hyde, 3. Uncomfortable, 4. I Get Off, 5. Do Not Disturb, 6. Amen, 7. Break In, 8. Black Vultures, 9. Drum Solo, 10. Freak Like Me, 11. I Am The Fire, 12. The Silence Encore: 13. I Miss The Misery, 14. Here’s To Us (Encore)

About the Author and Photographer

Matt Kelley
Originally from North Carolina, Matt moved to San Antonio in 2010 to be with his fiancé. It was only after realizing that he was unhappy with what he was doing professionally that he decided to take the passion he had in music and photography to another level. He left his job and became a student at the Art Institute of San Antonio and started to actively further his knowledge about photography. In December 2013, he completed the Digital Image Management program at the Art Institute of San Antonio.

Matt enjoys working with individuals, groups, musicians, actors, and anyone who wants to create a great experience.