Like the title says, we are so ‘Not Okay’ after that performance from My Chemical Romance in Houston. The postponed Reunion Tour went off without a hitch and our emo hearts could barely handle the excitement. We had chills the entire time and we are never ever going to forget this experience.
Forever An Emo Kid At Heart
My Chemical Romance is one of those bands that have been with us since childhood and finally getting to see them in person was a true honor. After they broke up back in 2012, we never knew if this day would come, but it finally did! Starting off with ‘The Foundations of Decay’ got everyone hyped and ready to rock our hearts out. And you know when ‘I’m Not Okay’ and ‘Give ‘Em Hell’ started playing, everyone started moshing and bestie, we were right there with them.
We still cannot believe we got to hear ‘Welcome To The Black Parade,’ ‘Teenagers,’ and ‘Na Na Na’ in the year 2022. If you can get tickets to the tour, you need to. Your emo heart needs to hear these songs live. We had chills the entire time and we wouldn’t change it for the world!
An Encore! Say Less, Bestie
Each night My Chem change up their set list, so you never know which songs you will get next. And during the encore, they closed out with ‘Vampires Will Never Hurt You’ and ‘Helena.’ The fact that they sang “so long and goodnight” as their last words on that Houston stage will forever live in our memory. What an iconic way to leave the stage after hearing your fans scream your lyrics back at you.
Check out our gallery from the show below!
We are just so honored to have been in that crowd! Have you been to My Chemical Romance’s Reunion Tour? If you haven’t, make sure to get your tickets here. You will not regret it!
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