‘Boys of Zummer’ tour puts Raleigh crowd in a dancing mood

Reviewed by Catherine Wiggins
Times-News correspondent

RALEIGH — This summer’s hit tour, “The Boys Of Zummer,” stopped Raleigh’s Walnut Creek Amphitheatre on July 18. The event featured Fall Out Boy with rapper Wiz Khalifa, DJ Drama, Hoodie Allen and Max.

The concert started at 7 with Max, then Hoodie Allen preformed with DJ Drama. The final opening act, Wiz Khalifa, provided an energetic performance and got the crowd pumped up for the headliner, Fall Out Boy.

The quartet from Chicago, Ill., performed an upbeat, energetic performance. Fall Out Boy started with “Sugar We’re Going Down” and ended with “Uma Thurman.” The band had everyone, even fans who only came for Khalifa, jumping up and down, singing along to popular hits like “Dance Dance” and “My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light ‘Em Up).”

The band also preformed acoustic renditions of “Immortals” from the movie “Big Hero 6″ and “Young Volcanoes.”

Fall Out Boy’s upbeat performance, paired with Wiz Khalifa’s show, left people dancing the night away.

Catherine Wiggins is a rising freshman at Williams High School and a Teens & Twenties Writer.


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