In Between Days Festival in Quincy, MA – August 20, 2022
In Between Days Festival in Quincy, MA took its first steps this year! This brand new festival kicked off to a great start. With over 2,500 tickets sold, this first year festival is a success. With an incredible artist line up, Manchester Orchestra headlined this show, and truly stole the evening – their almost 75 min set was intense to say the least. Overall, this festival has an incredible amount of potential, and will without a doubt return next year. Rumor has it, it will return for a 2-day weekend next year. The festival had excellent talent, great food and beverages, and a chill vibe all day and night. We highly recommend keeping a close eye on ticket sales next year!
Tennis put on an incredible show when they performed at the first annual In Between Days Festival in Quincy last weekend. This husband and wife duo is an American Indie Pop band from Denver, CO. This dynamic duo left the audience begging for more after they wrapped up with their hit song “Origins”. Check out their latest album “Swimmer” on Spotify!
Hippo Campus rocked the In Between Days stage, while lead singer Jake Luppen was everywhere all at once! Their music was awesome and their stage presence was wild. Guitars flipping and flying, while drummer Whistler Allen had his drumsticks banging in the back. All the way from Saint Paul, Minnesota this group of young men came to play. The crowd went wild while they sang “Way it Goes”. This is certainly a group to be following while they are on the rise!
Andy, Andy, Robert and Tim lit this stage on fire! Their consistently killer set was one to remember. With Manchester Orchestra there is never a dull moment, from the insane lighting, to Andy Prince’s Bass solos. Any stage with these 4 men is in danger of the best form of chaos. Andy Hull, lead vocalist, is unlike other artist. Andy’s music is more than just a part of him, it’s within him, and it is clear when he performs how true this is. Overall this was by far the most engaged show of the festival. Every audience member sang along and sang proud, as this group creates an energy amongst fans that is unmatched by any band I have reviewed.