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Waterparks took the stage Saturday night at the House of Blues to perform in front of a sold-out crowd accompanied by Pollyanna and Loveless.

The rock band trio started off strong by playing “Watch What Happens Next” from their third studio album “FANDOM” and “Blonde” from their second studio album “Entertainment.” The audience immediately went wild with fans crowd-surfing their way toward the front of the stage.

The band’s set started with more of their older songs like “Stupid for You” from their debut album “Double Dare” before transitioning into more of their newer songs like “SNEAKING OUT OF HEAVEN” and “RITUAL” from their latest album “INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY.”

Waterparks also performed a cover of Liz Phair’s “Why Can’t I.” 

The opening act Pollyanna played a few songs from their debut album “Slime” like “SLUT” AND “Relationship Anxiety” while also doing a cover of Lady Gaga’s “Judas” that drove the crowd crazy. 

Loveless’ set was comprised of their most recent singles like “Addicted,” “Picasso” and “Drag Me Down.” They even played their unreleased song “I Love It When It Rains” which was a comforting and upbeat song filled with heart-shattering drum kicks. Although they had to end their set short due to lead singer Julian Comeau’s voice going out, they still provided a strong show. 

Waterparks ended their show with fan favorites like “I Miss Having Sex but at Least I Don’t Wanna Die Anymore” and “FUNERAL GREY” before closing out with “REAL SUPER DARK” from their latest album as an encore.

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