Maggie Rogers ended her Feral Joy Tour on Sunday, March 5th with a sold-out show at the Bill Graham Civic in San Francisco.
During her show, Maggie said that San Francisco is one of her favorite cities to perform. It was also almost six years to the date of her first show in SF at the Rickshaw Stop for this triumphant return to the much larger Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. And with how huge and successful this tour was it felt like a full circle moment for Maggie Rogers.
To start her set she performed “Overdrive” the first song off of her sophomore album Surrender. Maggie is also a talented guitar player and played for a couple of songs, as well.
Most of Maggie’s songs are fast and upbeat but she also knows how to write a ballad or two. During her song “Shatter” the guitar came back out and the crowd’s flashlights came on and she beautifully sang the heartbreaking song.
Maggie is amazing on stage she gives it her all and you can easily tell the crowd loves her and how she is feeding off of that energy. But she also likes fans to be present during her shows, during her song “Symphony” she stopped and asked a fan to stop recording on their phone because she thinks that a person should be present during a concert and not staring at your phone the whole time.
Del Water Gap was the opening act for the tour and they even came out during Maggie’s set to perform their collab “New Song” together, just like Maggie did during their set.
The last song of her set was “That’s Where I Am” which was the lead single from her recent album. But she wasn’t done just yet and came back out for an encore where she performed “Fallingwater” and “Different Kind of World”.
Love You for a Long Time
Begging for Rain
I’ve Got a Friend (extended intro with speech)
New Song (with Del Water Gap)
Retrograde / I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)
Anywhere With You
That’s Where I Am
Different Kind of World
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