On July 2nd, Anberlin packed St. Andrew’s Hall for a sold out show in Detroit. Anberlin’s opener, I the Mighty, had a high energy and engaging performance, despite the frontman being sick. I the Mighty is based out of San Francisco and has four studio albums, their latest being Where the Mind Wants to Go / Where You Let it Go that came out in 2017. It was clear they love what they do, and they definitely set the stage well for the much anticipated Anberlin set that was up next!
Anberlin, who has been on hiatus since their “Final” World Tour following their latest album Lowborn in 2014, was warmly welcomed to the stage by adoring fans. Anberlin actually played St. Andrew’s Hall as a part of the farewell tour, and both the band and fans seemed very excited to be back. They opened up the set with “Godspeed” and played many other well-known favorites like “Paperthin Hymn,” Never Take Friendship Personal,” “Hello Alone,” “Adelaide,” “Feel Good Drag,” and many more. Anberlin played with such emotion and contagious high energy for the entire 20 song set. After being on hiatus for years, Anberlin definitely gave it their all as the excited crowd sang along. I the Mighty:
Catch Anberlin on one of their remaining tour dates with I the Mighty!
Fri, Jul 12 - The Fillmore - Silver Spring, MD
Sat, Jul 13 - The Ritz, - Raleigh, NC
Sun Jul 14 - Buckhead Theatre - Atlanta, GA