The Charlotte, North Carolina stop on Future‘s “One Big Party” tour was an unforgettable event. As soon as the lights went down, the audience erupted in applause, and the atmosphere became electrifying. Future, dressed to the nines in designer threads, burst through the curtains as the lights went down and started his set off with a bang.
He performed a slew of songs from his most recent album, I NEVER LIKED YOU, as well as classics from the Atlanta rapper’s catalog. The show kicked off with him performing standout cuts such as “712 PM” and “I’M DAT N****” before leading into the Young Thug and Gunna-assisted “FOR A NUT” and “PUFFIN ON ZOOTIES.” An abundance of dazzling lighting and pyrotechnics set the stage ablaze and upped the excitement level of the performance. What would a Future concert be without him performing staples that helped define hip-hop? The rapper also performed songs such as “Wicked,” “Jumpman,” “Freak Hoe,” and “Way 2 Sexy” among others.
As the concert progressed, Future brought out some of the biggest names in the rap game as special guests. Fans were ecstatic to see Future joined onstage by Lil Durk, Polo G, T.I., and DaBaby. They all contributed their own flair and enthusiasm to the show, which just added to the thrill of it all.
When Lil Durk took the stage, he immediately got the audience amped up with his forceful and energizing performance of his hit records from the recently released 7220. Meanwhile, Polo G offered a pleasant and ambient tone to the event with performances of his popular songs “Pop Out” and “Martin & Gina,” providing a good contrast to Future’s high-energy set. A visual and auditory feast, the performance was a thrilling experience all around. There was a giant LED screen in the background that changed images periodically during the show, and the sound was excellent.
The night was one for the history books thanks to Future’s electrifying performance and the slew of celebrity guests that made an appearance. In short, if you get the opportunity to see him perform live, you should take it. The performance was a visual and auditory treat that left the audience wanting more.