If you haven’t had the opportunity to see Madeon yet, the Good Faith Tour is a great opportunity to see him for the first time. He showcases his vocal talent and performance skills in the span of less than an hour and a half. I was fortunate enough to have been able to watch and photograph his Seattle show on this tour.
When I saw the gigantic loading truck outside the venue, I knew it was going to be a great show with an incredible level of production. With the sold-out sign on the ticketing booth in Seattle, it was another sign of a good night. The sets starts out with an orchestral opening, followed by Madeon blessing the crowd with his voice as he sings. The energy from both Madeon and the crowd was upbeat, fun and contagious.
The visuals for the show follow the established aesthetics of Good Faith—trippy colors and visuals along with cryptic messages and carefully designed text layouts. All this, partnered with his live set, becomes an experience unlike anything else.
If you have the chance, I’d highly recommend attending this tour while you still can. Check to see if Madeon will be playing at a city near you. Tickets and information can be found online.
Check out photos from the show below:
Photos taken by Farra Tai, all rights reserved.