I’d been looking forward to seeing Fifth Harmony on the 7/27 tour since it was first announced. The lights went down and the show started with a montage of the girls through all of their years since X Factor. They opened the show with ‘That’s My Girl,’ which I thought was a fun and powerful choice. The girls then sang some old hits, like ‘Miss Movin’ on’ and ‘Sledgehammer’.I thought the girls did a great job of mixing in a lot of songs from their latest album, 7/27, with some old favorites like ‘Reflection,’ and ‘Brave Honest Beautiful’.
I’ve seen Fifth Harmony many times, but this was definitely their biggest tour yet. There was a full girl-band backing them up, as well as screens, smoke, and cool staging.Their choreography was on point (as usual) and I couldn’t help but to dance a long – there are snapchats to prove it!
The show was themed as a journey through different types of songs. It started off with some throwbacks, and then they moved into more fun pop songs, followed by more slow jams, r&b songs. The girls then changed into red outfits for a sexier section of the show, before moving back into hits like ‘Worth It’ and ‘Work From Home’. You could tell the whole crowd was singing and dancing along by the end of the set.
Overall, this was definitely Fifth Harmony’s best tour yet. All of the elements really combined to make an incredible and super fun show!