Gracie Abrams brought a captivatingly raw performance on her Good Riddance tour to The Echo Lounge in Dallas, Texas last night. Clothed elegantly in a vintage a-line navy blue midi dress and little beige dress shoes, her soft brunette waves cascaded down her back to match her ethereal voice.
Gracie’s fans shed tears as they embraced heartbreak, loss and other emotions through hits like “Where Do We Go Now?” and “This is What The Drugs Are For”. Fans wore the infamous soft-core hair bows and passed many gifts to the stage, like bouquets of flowers, a flag, and a Good Riddance cowboy hat.
This was Gracie’s first visit to Dallas for a tour, but certainly won’t be her last. She’ll return to Dallas this upcoming weekend to open for Taylor Swift on The Eras Tour at AT&T Stadium.
One of Gracie’s strengths is cultivating a concert environment that is safe, loving and provides comfort to her listeners. At one moment, Gracie paused between songs to share some words of encouragement with the concert goers, stating, “I want this to be a place for everyone to feel all the things and I just hope that you feel held – by us up here, by each other… that’s kind of just the whole point. So, I love you all so much and this is the Good Riddance tour… and we’re just so f*cking happy to be here.”
Show Date: 03.26.23 | Dallas, TX @ The Echo Lounge | Gracie Abrams Good Riddance Tour