Disturbed and In This Moment Take Command of Greenville with the Evolution Tour

Disturbed ignites the stage at The Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, SC on 9/24/2019. Photo Credit: © Carrianne Stoker-Postier 2019

Greenville, SC – Tuesday night left a packed house at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena hypnotized from the beginning spell delivered by In This Moment through the scorching magic that was cast by Disturbed.

Opening the evening was the ever-mesmerizing In This Moment, who gave a captivating performance with a spell-binding, full-stage production. Frontwoman Maria Brinkman led the charge, as the band and dancers took over to execute their no-hold-back presentation, complete with doses of shock and thrill. The frequent wardrobe transitions, fog machines, theatrical visual effects, and charismatic delivery set the mood for each song and gave first-timers a chance to become fans.

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The Evolution Tour showcased the level of musicianship and maturity that Disturbed has reached at this point in their career. The band’s high-energy presentation mixed with calmer, heartfelt moments gave an emotion-filled performance that would echo in Greenville long beyond this evening. Even before the band hit the stage the cheers from the audience were deafening, as images on the gigantic LED monitors flashed footage of the band’s history while statements such as “When Music is the Weapon, The Sickness Is The Cure” and “When Music Is The Weapon, We Must Evolve” rallied the crowd. Blasting into fan favorite “Are You Ready?” ensured the house was on their feet, and the band didn’t release their grip on the crowd until encore song “Down With The Sickness” was complete.  

Disturbed commands the crowd at The Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, SC on 9/24/2019. Photo Credit: © Carrianne Stoker-Postier 2019

Frontman David Draiman, bassist John Moyer, guitarist Dan Donegan, and drummer Mike Wengren thrilled those in attendance at The Well with a set that included not only fan favorites and incredible solos, but also heartfelt messages and a spectacular visual production. 

David Draiman of Disturbed taking a moment with the crowd at The Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, SC on 9/24/2019. Photo Credit: © Carrianne Stoker-Postier 2019

The poignant “Hold On To Memories” and evocative cover of Simon & Garfunkel’s classic “The Sound Of Silence” were just two examples of the band’s ability to demonstrate a raw and sincere connection with the crowd while honoring the unexpected and tragic losses within the music community.

Disturbed continues to be out supporting their seventh studio album, Evolution, while they prove that through their raw energy and ability to use music as a way to unify and overcome, they will continue to have a marching mass along side them armed with fists in the air.

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Show Date: 9/24/2019

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About Carrianne Stoker-Postier // Hailing from Cleveland, OH, Carrianne went on to enjoy many years in the mountains of Montana's Big Sky Country before relocating to the warmth and charm of South Carolina's Upstate. As a photographer/videographer, she has a passion for capturing the emotion of an experience and connecting those moments to the viewer. Concert photography resonates with her deep love of music and zest for making sense of the complexity that exists through images which act as windows in time. She freelances primarily in the Southeast US, although travels for projects. // You can find her on Instagram @CarrianneElizabeth and CarrianneElizabeth.com to learn more, view her portfolio, or contact her.