Sonny Fodera and Dom Dolla came to Brooklyn on Saturday, November 2nd and played their co-headlining show to a sold-out crowd at Kings Hall at Avant Gardner in Brooklyn. The show was filled with fans dancing their hearts out from start to finish, and both artists interacted very well with the crowds which helped the energy and mood of the show.
After a summer of great shows at the huge open-air Brooklyn Mirage, shows have moved into taking place somewhere warmer, indoors at Kings Hall and the Great Hall of Avant Gardner. Sonny Fodera and Dom Dolla kicked off our first indoor show of the remainder of 2019, and it was a fun, whole body soreness sort of night filled with smiles and copious amounts of dancing.
Dom Dolla came on promptly at midnight and got the crowd moving with his banging tracks, "Take It," "San Frandisco," which really hyped the crowd due to the slower monologue part of the song, and "Define," his most well-known and popular track. The large disco ball hanging in the center of the room brought the disco house atmosphere of the show together, although we wished the lights were better.
Sonny Fodera took the stage closer to 1:30am, where he continued to bring up the energy in the crowd, interacting with fans a lot and keeping them moving and entertained. He played quite the dynamic set, with both being able to transition between songs smoothly and maintain their high energy.
At 3am, they both took the stage for their hour-long B2B set. It was at this time that they started playing the same songs multiple times but people seemed to enjoy and dance to them as if it was the first time. We very much enjoyed their B2B as it showed off how well their styles and energy compliment each other. The transitions between them were smooth, again.
As the night came to a close, they ended their set with Daft Punk's "One More Time," which got the remaining crowd jumping around one last time. I was extremely sore the day after, having got my 20,000 steps in just a few hours.
Check out Walker & Royce's remix of "San Frandisco" here.