Jess Glynne delivered a powerful, tightly-rehearsed set of hits to a sardine-packed Terminal 5 on Tuesday night.
This past Sunday we had the pleasure of attending the last performance of Young Thug’s HIHORSE’D tour.
Last night, soft-pop sensation Oh Wonder attracted a full house at Terminal 5. The combination of the duo’s explosive chemistry and their entrancing songs made for a spectacular evening.
Hailing from across the pond, psychedelic rock band Syd Arthur and indie folk singer-songwriter Jake Bugg put on a night of feel-good jams at Terminal 5 this week.
As Sara Hartman walked onto the stage on Friday night at Terminal 5, young girls throughout the sold out crowd chanted her name.
I was always a fan of Logic’s music, but never once did I expect him to be such an amazing live performer, and keeping true to the words of Rakim, had the crowd moving all night.
Stars of the EDM World Tritonal and Cash Cash teamed up to bring to their audiences the stellar tour, “Untouchable”.
Fans love to love Tove Lo and Erik Hassle. The Knockturnal checked out the final concert of their tour at Terminal 5.
In a collaboration between the two bands, Franz Ferdinand + Sparks blew up the stage at Terminal 5 on October 6, all in celebration of their tour after releasing their self-debuted album in June. After The Intelligencers opened for them, FFS took the stage by storm as they played songs from their album and shared anecdotes from their tour so far.
The band played a number of songs from their collaboration and separate albums, including “Police Encounters,” “Do You Want To,” and “Turn It Off.” Nearing the end of the show as “Number One Song in Heaven” was playing, Ron Mael of Sparks got up from playing the keyboard and started dancing around, garnering a bunch of laughs and cheers from the crowd. Following that, “Save Me From Myself” and “Things I Won’t Forget” also had the crowd in a dancing and cheering mood.
Crowd favorite “Take Me Out” was played soon after, much to the delight of the audience, and “Piss Off” brought the entire performance around just before a closing with the performance of “Collaborations Don’t Work.” The crowd went wild as the artists left the stage, after just being told by Franz Ferdinand lead singer Alex Kapranos that there aren’t two bands on stage, but rather one.
The show was laid back and super fun to attend. And as FFS continues their tour, we can’t wait to see what they do next.[slideshow custom=”11949″]
The Knockturnal had the pleasure of interviewing and viewing an exclusive live performance by the Grammy award winning group Boyz II Men at JetBlue’s Terminal 5 (T5) at John F. Kennedy International Airport.