The Mission takes over Great American Music Hall in San Francisco

Thursday night in San Francisco catching a concert at Great American Music Hall and I felt like I stepped back in time. The Mission made a stop before their Cruel World festival performance to deliver an incredible set in San Francisco. The band (aka Mission U.K.) had the venue packed with long time fans as well a whole new group of young fans. It was a multigenerational experience where parents who grew up with the band are bonding with their children who love the band just as much. Truly creating a unique bond and shared appreciation across generations.

Simon Hinkler (guitarist) with Alex Baum (drums) hit the stage after a crowd invigorating set from Nuovo Testamento.  They kicked the set off with Beyond the Pale and that is when I was instantly sent back in time as they sounded spot on. They maintained their signature sound, seamlessly blending nostalgia with their new music that carried a contemporary edge. Their music remained as captivating and timeless as ever.

The set list for the night included fan favorites, new tracks as well as some deep tracks. Check out photos of their set from our Rockin Ryan:

Nuovo Testamento

The North American tour wraps up this week with a couple dates in Canada. Make sure to visit the social media sites and stay up to date on the latest news.

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