In this Dream Tour segment, the indie pop artist, Chance Reiniesch, reveals who he would want on their ultimate tour lineup. You can check out their picks, after the break.
First things first, I would like to consider myself the musical lovechild of Jon Bellion and Tori Kelly. Therefore, what good son would not feature his parents on his dream tour? I recently attended both of their tours, and I have to say, they blew the freaking roof off.
The show would most definitely have to start with Jon Bellion performing a live set of the best songs off his two most recent albums, The Human Condition and Glory Sound Prep, Vol. 1. I’ll let him throw in a few of his earlier rap to really get the crowd hype if he so pleases.
Now that audience is warmed up, Tori Kelly has got to come out with her full gospel choir. She sings songs from all of her releases (because they’re all incredible, duh) but heavy loads with tracks from her gospel album, Hiding Place. Kirk Franklin joins her on her last song, Never Alone.
Secondly, I have a small part of my heart that is devoted to jazz and musical theatre. Therefore, Cynthia Erivo and Shoshana Bean come out with their big band to combine the best of both worlds. As they perform Make It Rain, Tori Kelly’s gospel choir returns to back the two queens of soul up as they screlt their song into the night.
Lastly, you should know that Beyonce is the supreme ruler of the universe. Attending the On The Run II tour was the most surreal night of my existence. Beyonce is the closer of the show with her full female squad – dancers, band, all of it. After she closes her set with Crazy in Love, with a special appearance from Jay Z, the crowd screams for more and more. The stadium is deafening with the chants of “encore, encore”. Finally, as the tension is at its height, Tori Kelly’s gospel choir rises out of the stage for one final appearance. They sing “I Love The Lord”, and as the song is coming to an end, Tori, Jon, Cynthia, Shoshana, and Beyonce rise out of the stage. Ariana Grande, Christina Aguilera, and Bruno Mars come from the sides of the stage to join for the very last song. They all sing a ten-minute version (with the best dance break ever) of Earth, Wind & Fire’s “September”.