I’ve been a Mac Miller fan since 2010 when he dropped KIDS.The Divine Feminine won me over in a heartbeat with its Jazz rap vibes. Mac decided to embark on a 43 date tou r to promote this wonderful project.

During his stop at the Observatory, Clockwork DJ and Soulection’s Andre Power hyped the crowd. Clockwork mixed a bit of gaming instrumentals with Kanye, Young Thug and Kid Cudi. Andre Power brought the funk and grunge throwbacks.

By 9:45, Mac took the stage and opened with “Cinderella”. The crowd sung along to “Stay”, “My Favorite Part” and “My”, “God Is Fair, Sexy Nasty”.”Dang” transformed the crowd into a dance party. He threw in some classics like Insomniak (Faces), “Rush Hour”, “Weekend”, “Lucky Ass Bitch”, “So What” and more.

Mac definitely knows how to command a crowd. His fans are some of the friendliest people. Check out some of my shots below.

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