After a few years of no touring, due to the pandemic, one of the LGTBQ queens is back on stage touring across America. Fletcher brought her humble talented queen like attitude to the Fonda Theater and everyone re-fell in love with her all over again.
The stage design took up nearly the whole stage, acting as a second stage for Fletcher to climb to the top of and perform from a different perspective. It was made to resemble NYC, it had cutouts for the band members, the structure almost had similar resemblances to the one used at the Super Bowl Halftime Show.
Her EP You Ruined New York City for Me take place there, which is why the stage design was inspired by NYC as well as her recent album The S(ex) Tapes. It’s where her and her ex broke up, which also made the concert full of emotion and power vocals.
The setlist included hits such as her first big single “Undrunk” and recent hit “Bitter,” as well as newer songs like “Cherry” and “Healing.” Her set list got every fan to go crazy with dancing, even at one point she came down to the crowd to sign some fan stuff, as well as certain body parts.
Fletcher is a must see, for anyone 18+ that is. Get tickets for her tour now!