Fitz and the Tantrums‘ music is tailor-made for huge crowds - it’s full of anthemic choruses, dance-friendly rhythms, and the baddest saxophone lines this side of George Michael. So what happens when you pack a band that’s known for starting huge parties into a small club? Simple - you just get a smaller, but no less energetic, party. Approaching the intimate Barboza audience with just as much charisma as they did their main stage headlining set later that night, Michael Fitzpatrick and company gave the relatively small crowd a chance to catch an intimate set from a band that may never play clubs again. To get a taste of Fitz’ small-scale party, watch video from the set now:
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