On his Indigoat tour, multi-platinum-selling artist Chris Brown made a stop at the United Center in Chicago on September 26th. The lineup consisted of up-and-coming artist Yella Beezy along with Ty Dolla Sign, Tory Lanez & Joyner Lucas. Yella Beezy and Joyner Lucas music weren’t really familiar with the fans that much because the majority of them came to see Chris Brown but the fans knew Tory Lanez & Ty Dolla Sign songs. Ty is known for his hooks on songs like Hot Girl Summer by Megan The Stallion, It’s A Vibe by 2 Chainz, and Or Nah just to name a few. The United Center wasn’t completely sold out but it was a lot of people in attendance waiting to see Chris Brown perform. The stage set up was very basic. Nothing groundbreaking or anything like that. It was a lot of strobe lights and lasers involved on his stage set up which was mentioned as soon as you walked in the United Center. He had a 3D projector with a screen setup and huge inflatable dolls along both sides of the stage. Lighting wasn’t to bad but being in the soundboard area does has its disadvantages when you’re trying to get good shots. Tory had the crowd standing up and singing songs from his previous albums and mixtapes and also taking it back with songs from the 1980s and 1990s. Everyone in attendance sung it word for word. Once his set was over, Tory left the stage immediately.
The intermission wasn’t to long which was good and didn’t want to see the crowd restless. It’s time for the main act. Before he came out, videos of him when he was younger were playing. Once that was done, the big background curtain dropped and his dancers and Chris was standing on stage. Everybody at the United Center came at a uproar to see him. People ranging from little girls to older adults were in attendance to see him perform. He went straight into his set & performed songs from his recent album called Indigoat. The beginning part of his set was mostly his new songs that he performed and throughout his performance the energy from the fans were still high. He is mainly known for his dance moves to go along with his singing and he didn’t loose a beat when he got on the stage. It wasn’t any pyro involved but the lasers and lighting made up for it. Majority of the concert, it was very dark and not a lot of lighting really. Overall his show was really good. If you’re a fan that grew up with Chris Brown when he started at a young age then this is a show that’s worth going to. The Indigoat runs through October 19th and tickets are available on Ticketmaster if you haven’t purchased them.