Live at the White Oak Amphitheatre in Greensboro, North Carolina. Above: Switchfoot.
TEXT & PHOTOS BY OLIVIA JEWELL
The Greensboro Coliseum Complex hosted Lifehouse & Switchfoot with special guest Brynn Elliott at the White Oak Amphitheatre on August 22nd. Their current tour, “Looking For Summer, features 30+ dates across North America, the first one being kicked off in Denver, CO. this July.
The Greensboro show consisted of both bands playing hits and new material. Switchfoot’s set had a very peace and love feel to it along with a high-energy performance, with at one point frontman Joe Foreman getting off stage and singing in the crowd for half a song. Switchfoot gave a very captivating performance of their song “Where I Belong”. Fans were waving flags from the audience with “Where I Belong'” written on them. Lifehouse also had a very high-energy performance with the main spectacle being their music.
Both bands made you feel like you weren’t in a huge crowd, but in a smaller venue in which they were playing for only you.