LIVE REVIEW: James Arthur and Nina Nesbitt At The Masonic In San Francisco, CA
On Saturday April 23rd, Nina Nesbitt and James Arthur kicked off the second date of Arthur’s “It’ll All Make Sense In The End” tour in San Francisco, California at The Masonic.
While awaiting the start of the show, fans began to chant “Nina, Nina…” and she came out with a loud cheer from the crowd. Nina opened the show with a few songs from her last album including “The Best You Had”, “Last December”, and “The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change.” Her stage setup included flower-wrapped mic stands, and she performed songs on both acoustic guitar and piano. Throughout the set, the fans sang and cheered along to her songs. Nesbitt also performed a few newer songs including the single “Dinner Table”, which came out a few days prior; she mentioned it was a song about grandmothers. Nina also played her cover of Britney Spears’ “Toxic”, which she encouraged the crowd to sing along to with her.
After Nina’s set it was time for headliner James Arthur. James started his set with the song “4000 Miles” and “Medicine” from his latest album “It’ll All Make Sense In The End” followed by his 2016 song “Sermon,” during which he tells the crowd to all stand up and sway their hands back and forth to the song with him. Throughout the night, the crowd continued to sing along and enjoy all the songs. James ended the show with his 2016 hit song “Say You Won’t Let Go”