High energy, enthusiasm, fun, fire, and confetti highlighted the Cage The Elephant set as the evening turned to night and the sun went down on Saturday at the festival. From moment 1, the band was firing on all cylinders. Guitarist Brad Shultz took it upon himself to jump down from the stage and make his way into the crowd almost immediately. And the crowd freaking loved it. There were cheers as loud as we’d heard all day for the band and their set.
As the band played through their set, featuring songs including; In One Ear, Too Late to Say Goodbye, Cold Cold Cold, Whole Wide World, Come A Little Closer, Mess Around, and more, the assembled WayHome main stage crowd sang and danced and loved every single moment of the action.
And it turns out that love was the point of it all. During the set, front man Matt Shultz looked out into the crowd and told everyone that he was there because he wanted “to take this night and celebrate love.“, it was great to hear, and awesome to feel.
If you want to jump, dance, sing, and sweat – get yourself a ticket to see Cage The Elephant as soon as you have the chance. And if you want a taste of what you’re in for, check out these pics.