[Event Review] Bro Safari Gets Filthy at Webster Hall
With news that Webster Hall will be closing for renovations and new management, it made me more inclined to attend Bro Safari last night. Being a New York native, Webster Hall is the place to be. The closing date of Webster Hall will be August 5th, so make sure to visit the memorable Webster Hall before it closes.
Bro Safari is always a good time no matter where he plays. If you haven’t yet, definitely check him out! If you weren’t there, you took the L on this one.
My Experience Seeing Bro Safari
Ah, Bro Safari. I remember first time I saw them. Circa Ultra 2017. I was on the rail and I had the opportunity to be featured on the live stream. After, I had the opportunity to see them under the electric sky, EDC Las Vegas, where they threw down as well. It’s always a good time when they’re around, especially since I have a soft spot for trap/dub.
Bro Safari @ Webster Hall
Bro Safari threw down at Webster Hall last night. With MC, Armanni Reign, they both brought the hype to Webster Hall. Their funny visuals of Terry Cruz and the unforgettable George Costanza, will always stick with me. And of course their logos is one of its own. They played a balance mix of trap/dubstep, keeping the crowd moving. There wasn’t a single person not head banging last night.
My personal favorite song that they dropped was Scumbag. There wasn’t a moment in the night where people were resting through his set. Armanni Reign did a terrific job hyping the crowd up and tearing s**t up.
If you missed Bro Safari, you can catch him at the Breakaway Music Festival in Michigan. Tickets are available here for the two-day festival.
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