In Fredericton, NB.
People both young and old crammed into the Boyce Farmers Market this Saturday to join in on the fun that was Hey Rosetta! The building made for a perfect compliment to this down to earth, Newfoundland based band, and the people clearly enjoyed the atmosphere. They played songs from both their new album Seeds, as well as classics from their previous albums. Seeds, has now been shortlisted for the famous Polaris Music Prize, and the band has since been touring worldwide to promote it. Fredericton could not have been happier to be one of the chosen cities.
During the performance the band threw both a string and sparklers into the audience. With the string being passed throughout the space, it really made it seem like everyone was somehow connected to the performance and the band members on stage. Even though people got a little tangled after about five minutes, the participation was there and left nothing but good feelings with every knot.
With smoke machines and a well put together light show, the atmosphere was nothing short of mind-blowing. To top it off, confetti was shot through the building as their last song came to an end. This of course sent a frenzy through the crowd, leaving everyone only wanting more.
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