Fortunate Youth at Pomona’s Glass House

On November 13th, Fortunate Youth kicked off their Live Life fall tour at the Glass House in Pamona. They were supported by Kash’d Out and Mike Love.

Walking around the venue before the performances, it was great getting to see so many friends and catching up with people I hadn’t seen for a while. I always love going to shows on Fortunate Youth’s fall tours and this show definitely did not disappoint!

This show definitely was a great way to kick off the FY tour and I can’t wait to see a few more along the way!!

Kash’d Out kicked off the night with fire lighting up the stage, giving you an idea of the rest of the night to come. I always love seeing them; they really know how to have fun on up there! Next up was Mike Love who he had the whole crowd singing along. I kept catching myself forgetting to shoot and just being mesmerized by all the emotion and power in his music. Finally, FY hit the stage. As always, the guys had an amazing set and it was great to see them with the horns added. This show definitely was a great way to kick off the FY tour and I can’t wait to see a few more along the way!!

Photography by Sean McCracken

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I recognize the woman with the “Vibes” shirt and the glasses, I met her at the Hirie/RDGLDGRN/Kashd Out show in Houston last month we were next to each other on the front row and just had a blast smoking and talking about our favorite bands in between artists. I’m excited to finally get to see Fortunate Youth at the One Love Cali Reggae Fest I got tickets they will be one of my priority bands to make sure to see that weekend for sure, also plan to get there early Friday to catch Kash’d Out again they rule. That will… Read more »

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We love that story!! New friends are always great and it’s rad how these bands continue to connect people through their reggae <3