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An Unforgettable Night of Prog: Tesseract at Commodore Ballroom in vancouver british columbia, October 27th, 2023

Hey folks! Grab a seat, because I’m about to spill the beans on an epic night of prog metal. Tesseract took the stage at the hallowed Commodore Ballroom on October 27th, 2023, and it was nothing short of a mind-blowing experience. I can’t wait to share the nitty-gritty details with you.

A Visual Feast: Let’s start with the visual aspect. Tesseract is known for their mesmerizing stage designs, and this show was no exception. The lighting and stage setup were like a journey to another dimension. The light show was perfectly synced with the music, and it added that extra oomph to the whole experience.

Musical Brilliance: Tesseract’s musical prowess was on full display, and it was jaw-dropping. Acle Kahney and James Monteith on guitars wove intricate melodies, while Amos Williams on bass and Jay Postones on drums laid down a foundation that could rival an earthquake. And then, there’s Daniel Tompkins on vocals, whose ethereal voice filled the venue with emotion and precision.

Setlist Magic: The band treated us to a mix of their classics and some fresh tracks from their latest album. Songs like “Nocturne,” “Messenger,” and “King” had everyone in the audience headbanging and singing along. Their transitions between songs were seamless, keeping the energy high and us fans fully engaged.

Personal Touch: What sets Tesseract apart is their connection with the crowd. Between songs, Daniel and the gang took the time to chat with the audience. It made the whole experience feel more intimate, like we were all in this musical journey together.

A Night for the Books: As the show drew to a close, and Tesseract played their final notes, you could feel the electricity in the air. It was one of those nights that would stick with each one of us for a long time. The atmosphere was electric, the musicianship was out of this world, and the bond between the band and the fans was heartwarming.

So, here’s the scoop: if you ever get the chance to see Tesseract live, don’t miss it. Their shows are a testament to the magic of live music and the emotional connection it can create. The night of October 27th, 2023, at the Commodore Ballroom was a memory for the books, and I, for one, can’t wait for the next time Tesseract swings by our town.

Photos by Ryan Smith – @Pixel.Communication

Justin Ruscheinski
Justin Ruscheinski
Justin was born in Burnaby and now resides in Richmond. He was given his first camera at the age of 13 and has since turned his passion for photography into a career. His favorite part of being a photographer is helping people capture those precious moments.

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