Cage the Elephant electrifies San Francisco with Neon Pill Tour

Last night, Cage the Elephant brought their highly anticipated Neon Pill Tour to the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco and it was absolutely spectacular. The fans lined up early and the night kicked off with two great openers, country artist Willow Avalon and English singer Bakar. The temperatures were rising as the venue was packed to the brim as everyone eagerly awaited the arrival of Cage the Elephant.

You could feel the energy of the crowd as the lights dimmed and Cage the Elephant took the stage. They kicked their set off with a fierce performance of Broken Boy, setting the tone for what would be an unforgettable concert. From the first note, it was clear that this show was destined to be one for books.  The band’s 21 song setlist was a relentless barrage of hits, spanning their entire catalog and showcasing their evolution as artists.

The stage setup was a visual feast with stunning lasers accompanying songs like Social Cues, Mess Around, Rainbow, Tokyo Smoke and Shake Me Down. You could feel the energy from head to toe as the band delivered one adrenaline filled song after another. The addition of pyro fire during Broken Boy, Cold, Cold, Cold, House of Glass, and their final song Come a Little Closer added an extra layer of excitement to the already explosive show.

Guitarist Brad Shultz came down to the crowd during Broken Boy and the fans went wild. Later in the set, Brad went down into the crowd for House of Glass and he had his own personal mosh pit! It was insane and we loved every minute of it.

Frontmant Matt Shultz took a moment before Trouble to express his gratitude for being alive, and feeling great and back on stage after a rough five years. His heartfelt words resonated with the audience and ourselves. It was evident that both he and the band were overjoyed to be performing again. Their passion and love for what they do radiated through every song, remind fans why the fell in love with Cage the Elephant in the first place.

For us, the show was a nostalgic trip back too the band’s early days, evoking memories of their raw and hungry performances at the small Sacramento venue Ace of Spades in December 2011. The Neon Pill TOur is a testament to their enduring talent, passion and ability to captivate audiences.

The show was a triumphant return to San Francisco filled with high energy performances, stunning visuals and a deep connection with their fans. The Neon Pill Tour is one you don’t want to miss. You can check out all the tour dates here.

You can watch a video of their performance from last night of Broken Boy here:

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