NICKELBACK REVIEW

Look at this photograph, Every time I do, it makes me laugh are the words that the fans were singing to among many other lyrics when Nickelback played at Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney last night. 

 

To kick off the night we got to see Bad Wolves perform a rocking show. Bad Wolves jumped around the stage and created a fun atmosphere for everyone. Bad Wolves performed 'Zombie' which was originally by The Cranberries. 

Nickelback kicked off the show with 'Feed The Machine, Woke up This Morning, Photograph and one of my favorites Far Away. The fans were singing, hands were swaying and everyone was having a great time. 

 

Next up was "What Are You Waiting For, Something In Your Mouth and Where do I die". Chad then announced that the next song they were going to play was a song that everyone would know and you would of heard it in the Spiderman movie, if you haven't guessed it already the next the song was "Hero".

 

Next up was "See You at the show and Figured You Out, Somebody". Then Nickelback performed "Lullaby" the paino and the acoustic got brought out and everyone was ready for this baldi.

 

The fans started screaming "Bradley" as Bradley brought out a shoot of jager for Chad, then Nickelback started singing "Animals". Chad then started talking to his fans and he saw a kid that looked bored in the front row. Then they played "When We Stand Together ". Chad then pulled up the bored kid on stage to sing "Rockstar" with him. 

 

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The next songs the fans were ready to sing were "Gotta Be Somebody, Savin Me and How You Remind Me". Nickelback walked off stage off stage and started cheering. Nickelback came on for two more songs "Million Miles An Hour" and closed the night with "Burn It To The Ground".  Nickelback put on an Amazing show, Chad made funny comments throughout the show and kept everyone on their toes. 

CHECK OUT ALL TICKET INFORMATION FOR TOMORROW NIGHTS SHOW HERE:

https://www.livenation.com.au/artist/nickelback-tickets

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