A sold out show, a hot venue, and the best night ever.
Talented singer songwriter Olivia O’Brien took Sacramento by storm on her “It Was A Sad F**king Tour.” This highly anticipated concert sold out quickly in California’s capital city. Fans buzzed around the venue waiting for her to appear on stage. As the time approached for Olivia to appear, the crowd cheered as she walked towards the stage. She strutted on with confidence and launched into her setlist.
Rocking a Care Bear top that every 90s kid appreciated, Olivia exuded confidence throughout the night. She sang each song flawlessly and looked like she was having the time of her life despite the warm venue. She also commented that she was a little sweaty. Unfortunately, there may have been some technical malfunctions because hearing her performance towards the back of the venue was a struggle at times. Despite this hiccup, the show was still remarkable.
Each song she sang had the crowd singing along word for word at the top of his or her lungs. Towards the middle of her set, Olivia paused and spoke with her fans. She explained that her upcoming song ‘Hate U Love U’ was special to her. The crowd received a special treat from the artist as she sang this beloved tune solo on the keyboard. Her passion was felt all around.
Towards the end of the night, Olivia ended with crowd favorites ‘Fuck Feelings’ and ‘Josslyn.’ Her music is relatable. Before wrapping up the night, the talented artist came back on stage to close the night up with a few more of her hit songs. She ended with a bang and her smash hit ‘Love Myself’ that should be the theme song for 2020. Olivia O’Brien has made quite a name for herself in the music industry. With multiple top hits under her belt already, the world is her oyster.
Her tour is just beginning! Catch her live on the “It Was A Sad F**king Tour.” Check out her website for tour dates along with updates from Olivia, and scroll down to see all the dates. Follow Olivia on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter to keep up with her!
Photography By: Daria Hoffmann
Written By: Beatriz Carias