A few weeks ago I attended the Kacey Musgraves Star-Crossed: Unveiled Tour at TD Garden in Boston. I have been a huge fan throughout the years, so my aunt thought it would be a perfect Christmas present, and a great way for the two of us to spend time together.
We hopped on the Green Line from Lasell and headed to the venue. There were many people who had the same idea as us, as we saw many neon cowboy hats and homemade Kacey shirts filling each train stop. We were so excited and shared headphones to listen to all of her songs the whole way there.
Once we got there, we went into the venue and found our seats. We were located in the Loge section, which gave us the best view of the stage. We went and got some food for dinner, me with my signature chicken tenders and she got a veggie burger, and then we were able to sit down and chat before the concert began. My aunt and I are very close, so it was great to talk about our day and plans for the upcoming week.
Kacey had two openers for the show, MUNA and King Princess. Although I had not heard of these artists before, I really enjoyed their music and thought that they were great performers.
When Kacey came out, the crowd went wild. It was so easy to see how supported she is and how much her fans care about her and the music she produces. The concert was filled with her amazing songs, such as “Breadwinner” and my two favorites, “Butterflies” and “Slow Burn.” It was also great to hear one of her first songs “Merry Go ‘Round,” which was the song that got me hooked on her music from the very beginning.
She had an amazing stage presence and there were so many fun extras that added to the experience. Some attendees had bracelets that were programmed, which meant that for each song, the bracelet would change different colors. It was amazing to see, and it made the fans look so unified. The lighting she used was also great! At one point a disco ball came down from right above our heads and made the whole concert seem like a dance party, and the rainbow lights used during the last song really illuminated the stage.
I highly recommend going to one of her concerts, it was an amazing experience and I cannot wait to attend another myself!