There were scores of youngsters at this show—the second of a three-night stand—and every one of them was in full party mode. Samo Sound Boy opened with a solid-loud electronic set. Next up was Bishop Nehru, who has loads of talent, but his stage presence is about what you’d expect from a teenager. Vic Mensa was a much better performer and his songs much more lively. He danced, jump-kicked around, took his shirt off, and generally tried to wow ’em to the back rows of the massive venue. Finally, Disclosure did not disappoint as they went through most of their catalog, then brought out Sam Smith to sing Latch for the finale just like the night before.
Words and photos by David Velasquez.