Lifehouse and Switchfoot brought their ‘Looking For Summer’ tour to Baltimore’s Pier Six Pavilion on Tuesday night. The tour kicked off back on July 23rd and will wrap up in San Francisco on September 10th.
The night kicked off with Atlanta’s Brynn Elliott, who recently released “Psycho Stupid Crazy” and “Might Not Like Me”.
Switchfoot took the stage around 8 p.m. in front of a packed pavilion. The band played a 13 song co-headlining set, taking a break to wish bassist Tim Foreman a happy birthday and to present him a cake as the crowd sung happy birthday. Vocalist Jon Foreman took to the crowd to sing much of “Bull in a China Shop” and Lifehouse vocalist Jason Wade joining the guys on stage for “Dare You To Move”. You can see a bubble filled version of “Float” from the nights show below. After the show vocalist Jon Foreman took to the Baltimore streets to perform a 25 minute acoustic set for a small group of fans. The intimate performance consisted of “Inheritance,” “Terminal,” “Twenty Four,” and wrapped up with “All Of God’s Children”. Video of the performance can be seen below.
Lifehouse wrapped up the evening with their 15 song set that included “Whatever It Takes,” “First Time,” U2’s “Pride,” and ended with the bands first hit single, “Hanging By A Moment”.
Fans can find tickets and VIP packages HERE for the remaining tour dates.
Love Alone Is Worth the Fight
Bull in a China Shop
Your Love Is a Song
If the House Burns Down Tonight
I Won’t Let You Go
Live It Well
When We Come Alive
Where I Belong
Meant to Live
Dare You to Move
Sick Cycle Carousel
It Is What It Is
Pride (In the Name of Love) (U2 cover)
Whatever It Takes
You and Me
Hanging by a Moment