Grayscale closed out their Nella Vita Tour in their hometown of Philadelphia on October 5th at the Theatre of Living Arts. This show was the first one on the tour to sell out and tickets were added twice. The room was packed from the time the show started until the very end.
Support for the tour included Rich People, Bearings and Belmont. Photographers were only allowed to shoot the first two songs instead of three because the crowd surfing was so intense. The energy in the room did not settle down at any point during the set. There were so many crowd surfers throughout the entire set that a lot of people ended up being piled up on each other. Fans shot purple confetti canons during "In Viole,t" and the band walked out on stage to a room full of Welcome Home signs. This night was very special because the band performed "Tommy's Song" for the first time and had a chorus come out on stage to perform with them. They played old favorites such as "Slipping Away," "Atlantic," and "Fever Dream," as well as songs from the new album such as" Just Right," "Baby Blue," "Twilight," and more. The tour in general was amazing, but that was the best Grayscale show I have been to.