Met with a calming subtle blue lighting when entering the theater it was easy to know it was the place to be. The audience was very diverse and filled with ladies ready to enjoy the sound of Dwele. Couples and individuals packed the house, but there were certainly more ladies in attendance.
The opening act, John Michael, performed a wide range of R&B hits including, Musiq Soulchild, The Isley Brothers, and more. Easily you could see that he was passionate about his craft and made sure to put on a show. He was definitely a charismatic performer setting the stage for the main act to come out and swoon the ladies in attendance.
When Dwele came out the building went into a roar of an applause as the crowd was eager for his performance. Dwele quickly acknowledge the fact he held a show on Superbowl Sunday and expressed his appreciation that everyone came out. This however did save the crowd from missing a super disappointing game as Seattle lost the game within the last few seconds to the Patriots due to a terrible play call by Pete Carroll. The show officially got started after an enthusiastic young lady tied her under garments onto Dwele’s arm and this def set the tone for the rest of the show.
Dwele also called Yasmin and Calvin (fans) on to the stage while he sung his song live for them to have a romantic dance together. He also made sure to get a crazy amount of audience participation into the flow of the show by making his way into the crowd. He performed at least two songs as he made his way through the crowd engaging all the ladies that crossed his path. While singing he took selfies with his energized fans and he most definitely put on a show that they’ll remember for a lifetime.