A Sold-Out Boston Crowd Welcomes gigi Back to Boston

“Last time I was here, I had no idea what I was doing, now I’m HERE,” gigi shared with the crowd, when she returned to Boston with Noah Cyrus on The Hardest Part Tour.

“When I was 19 going to school in Boston, I would play [Noah’s song] “July” on repeat on my walks to class. So much has happened between now and then. Changes, heartaches, hard conversations, surprises (good and not so good ones), pills to swallow, laughs, tears, songs, plane rides, friends, lovers, and the list goes on and on. But “sometimes” what looks like the end of the world may just be an entrance into a new one. That song reminds me of so many parts of myself including the new things I’ve found along the way. Here is to life and to all the fun surprises, such as touring with your favorite artist,” gigi shared on instagram.

Photo Credit: Amelia Cordischi
Photo Credit: Amelia Cordischi

Another great surprise for gigi has been playing to sold-out crowds like the one that filled the Paradise Rock Club on October 22. With the venue at max capacity,  gigi somehow made her performance so intimate, unfiltered and raw.  

Over acoustic guitar, gigi poured pure emotion into songs like “Sometimes (Backwood),” as well as her new single “Glue,” which expresses “the all consuming grief” she experienced after the loss of her older sister. Her unfiltered lyrical heartache was met with raised cell phone lights.

Photo Credit: Amelia Cordischi

Her moving set also included her take on Lana Del Rey’s “Radio,” as well as her upcoming single “Figurines” set to be released on Friday. 

Before exiting the stage at the end of her captivating set, she blew a kiss and mouthed “I love you” to the crowd and the city where her dreams took root. 

Tickets are available HERE.

Photo Credit: Amelia Cordischi

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