On August 28th, 2021, after over a year of no in-person performances due to the pandemic, Georgia’s own Attila brought a lively and exciting show to Jacksonville, North Carolina. With a setlist filled with some of their most popular songs such as ‘About That Life, ‘Moshpit,’ and ‘Party With The Devil,’ fans excitedly crowd surfed, moshed, and sang along to the entire show!
This was the first live show for many in attendance since the beginning of the pandemic a little over a year and a half ago. There were so many highlights from the set, such as bringing several fans onto the stage to allow them to stage dive, making sure to high-five every fan that was able to crowd surf towards the stage, and hyping up every circle pit started.
The highlight that stuck out the most to us was when midway through the set, frontman Chris Fronzak, took a moment to acknowledge the town their tour had stopped in, a small North Carolina military town. It is surrounded by a large Marine Corps base and the crowd was filled with service members. He went on to pay the band’s respects to the 13 soldiers that were recently lost during the Kabul Airport Attack and dedicated their set to them and their families.
The band then went on to play one of their newer songs and it quickly became our favorite part out of the entire set! Their song ‘Three 6’ singlehandedly stole the show entirely on its own.
Attila did not disappoint the enthusiastic crowd that has so eagerly awaited the return of live music. They brought down the house and gave a return show that won’t be forgotten!
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I'm Alexia or, as some know me, The Photographer with the cons! I am also the founder and editor of 208. I started in music when I was 14 and I've been involved ever since!