Philadelphia rockers Circa Survive played a sold out show last night at Los Angeles’ classic 1920s Shrine Expo Hall.
This show was a special one; not only was it enjoyed by the 5,000 fans in attendance, but it was also filmed to be made into a live DVD.
The band’s set was comprised of a great variety of tracks, from their debut EP release The Inuit Sessions to their latest release, 2012’s Violent Waves.
Opening for Circa Survive was Rhode Island band The Dear Hunter. Also in attendance were a few special guests, Jeremy Bolm of Touché Amoré and Tosin Abasi of Animals as Leaders, who were featured in “Glass Arrows” and “The Glorious Nosebleed,” respectively.
After 19 songs, two confetti blasts and a drop of massive balloons, the band ended their set. They then came out for a four-song encore: “Battle, My Love,” “Lazarus,” “I Felt Free,” and “Get Out.”
This was Circa Survive’s last show of the year, but be sure to keep up with them on their Facebook page. Their next show is a first-come-first-served free set in Connecticut on January 24 for all their fans on the East Coast!
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