Walk the Moon, Saint Motel and Holychild Close out the Greek Theater’s 2015 Season

Walk the Moon

It was the end of the season, and the end of an era, at the Greek Theater, as they concluded their 2015 season with an enthusiastic performance from alt-rock darlings, Walk the Moon. 

Walk the Moon, were the perfect choice to close the season, their energetic and exuberant show had the audience fully engaged, singing along to hits and deep cuts alike.  They opened their 16 song set with “Jenny,” and then proceeded into “Sidekick,”, and “Avalanche,” before playing the first of their big hits, “Different Colors.”  The band kept things fun, pouring bubbles out into the crowd for one song, and shooting off confetti canons for their 80’s influenced rock anthem, “Shut Up and Dance.”  They ended their set with their 2012 mega hit, “Anna Sun.”

Walk the Moon at the Greek Theater

Walk the Moon at the Greek Theater

Walk the Moon at the Greek Theater

Walk the Moon at the Greek Theater

Walk the Moon at the Greek Theater

Walk the Moon at the Greek Theater

Walk the Moon at the Greek Theater

Walk the Moon at the Greek Theater

Walk the Moon at the Greek Theater

Walk the Moon at the Greek Theater

Walk the Moon at the Greek Theater

Walk the Moon at the Greek Theater

Walk the Moon at the Greek Theater

Walk the Moon at the Greek Theater

Saint Motel melded quirky pop with high energy, horn-fueled retro raves.  They have been blasting up the charts with “My Type,” and their newest single, “Cold, Cold Man,” and their live show proves they are a band to keep an eye on.

Saint Motel at the Greek Theater

Saint Motel at the Greek Theater

Saint Motel at the Greek Theater

Saint Motel at the Greek Theater

Saint Motel at the Greek Theater

Saint Motel at the Greek Theater

Saint Motel at the Greek Theater

Saint Motel at the Greek Theater

Indie pop duo Holychild opened the evening with a brief set of synth-driven pop. 

Holychlld at the Greek Theater

Holychlld at the Greek Theater

Holychlld at the Greek Theater

Holychlld at the Greek Theater

The show was not only the last show of the season, but the last show for Nederlander, who has been managing the Greek for the past 40 years.  The venue was filled with past and current employees there to ring out the end of an era. 

About the author

Kathy Flynn

Kathy is a freelance music, event, and travel photographer based out of Los Angeles, CA.

Kathy started photographing bands in the early 80s, where she was a fixture on the L.A. rock scene. She returned to concert photography in 2011, starting Wicked Goddess Photography.

She is a regular contributor to Loudwire, Diffuser, National Rock Review, and Find Your Seen.

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