Following a set from rising Minnesota artist Ber, Sigrid stepped out onto the Boston stage waving.
Backdropped by an arched black and white tapestry and bright lights, Sigrid performed a 16 song set. It had been three years and an album since Sigrid had come through Boston, so the set was diverse with old and new songs, and collaborations.
The epic and rousing chorus of “It Gets Dark” was the perfect song to kick off the electric night. The vibe continued through admittedly Sigrid’s favorite song off the album “Burning Bridges” and there was no killing that vibe.
“Does anyone feel like dancing? This is the part!,” Sigrid called to the crowd before performing “Dancer.”
Between dancing and singing, her and the fan’s energy never faded. However, she did take a quick breather for piano renditions of “Bad Life” and “Dynamite.” The dancing picked right back up for “A Driver Saved My Night.”
Towards the end of her set, Sigrid took a moment to “introduce the best part of touring… these people,” as she pointed to her band. The synchronized smiles showed that the fun energy displayed in the constant movement on stage and epic guitar solos was genuine.
Sigrid returned for a welcomed encore with “Grow,” “Don’t Feel Like Crying,” and “Mirror” before her and her band took a bow at the stage edge to roaring cheers.