Thalia Hall – Chicago, IL – 11.10.17
Photos by: Amanda Huerta
Virginia dream-pop band Turnover played a packed show in Chicago this past Friday in support of their latest album Good Nature. The set was a perfect split between new and old songs, the band opened their performance with new tracks such as “Supernatural” & “Nightlight Girl” and ended the show with “Humming” off of Peripheral Vision.
During the set, Austin Getz had noted that this particular show was the biggest show that Turnover has ever played as a headliner, which was really cool to have been a part of. In response to that, the crowd made the show even better with their reactions to some of the next few songs. During “Cutting My Fingers Off” & “Humming” there were very large dance/push pits and even some crowd surfing. This was an unexpected surprised considering crowds don’t usually react that way to this style of music, but Chicago has a strong love for Turnover which was evident at this show.
There are only a small amount of dates left of this tour, find your date below and grab a ticket!
Nov 13 – Buffalo, NY – Waiting Room
Nov 14 – Toronto, ON – Mod Club
Nov 16 – New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom
Nov 17 – Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg
Nov 18 – Philadelphia, PA – TLA
Nov 19 – Boston, MA – Royale