It’s been a week and I haven’t stopped thinking about this show. Fletcher is EVERYTHING. And I mean that. She has the most sex appeal and I envy that Fletcher confidence (bc we all know cari is different vs fletcher). We had an eye locking moment (literally for like one second). I died and went to heaven. It’s been a while since I had that fangirl moment at a show that can make the whole evening.
I shot her last Denver show back in April (see that here) & this time just reconfirmed how amazing she is. In terms of the show, the stage set up remind me up a structure you’d see in a theatre play. Fletcher performed some of the show from above. This gave her an amazing vantage point to see the crowd (see below photos). I was STOKED I got to see it this go around because she wasn’t able to have it at her last show.
One thing I will say: still being a baby bisexual woman, I’m still learning to feel comfortable in certain environments, when to tell people, etc. Being in the safe environment Fletcher has created in her community, fandom & at her shows is incredible. It’s an awesome feeling to be surrounded by so many others who understand you and know what it’s like.
Lastly, I was able to hang in the balcony in the VIP section (for photo purposes, I’m not that cool. or maybe I am. I’ll leave that to your discretion) and got to briefly interact with some of Sophie’s family (the bass player). Her mom was in the sound/lighting area and it was a joy to get to watch her while she was watching her daughter up there doing the damn thing (got a photo of it below).
I could tell you a million other things I loved about this show, but I’ll leave it there. All I am saying is, Fletcher is someone you NEED on your playlists, on your list of artists to see live, and someone to follow along on her journey.
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