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Vevo Halloween 2016 sucks the life out of the crowd

by Ellie Gregory. Published Tue 01 Nov 2016 11:07, last updated: 01/09/17

Liverpool was hit with five fantastic live performances at Bramley-Moore Dock for Vevo’s annual Halloween party.

Starting at the Titanic Hotel, Regent Road, the artists held interviews and posed for the paparazzi at the 'Black Carpet' event. Although there were some glittery ghouls upon arrival, their costumes had nothing on the likes of the artists.

AURORA arrived looking ghastly yet adorable in a white-laced undergarment—quite the image for the singer with a chilling yet mesmerising voice.

Shortly after, Izzy Bizu posed elegantly, reflecting the image of a Snow Queen dressed in a white fur coat with glittery makeup to complete the look.

One image that has already hit the news this week is 18-year-old Zara Larsson, who showed off her gorgeous figure in a slender, yet sexy Maleficent costume.

The opening act of the night Izzy Bizu entranced the crowd with one of her latest singles, Naive Soul, showcasing her mellow voice and she looked angelic in sparkling white lights.

The crowd were in awe of the stage from then on. Each artist had the stage decorated to tailor their image and genre.

AURORA electrified the crowd, bringing goosebumps to everyone, as she performed under what seemed like a thundering sky.

The warehouse echoed through the night until midnight when it boomed and a wave of excitement rippled through the crowd.

The Stockport quintet, indie pop band Blossoms, took centre stage when the clock struck twelve. Everyone had been gearing up for this moment, to countdown from ten one last time.

Kicking the set off with At Most a Kiss from their debut album, Blossoms mirrored the enthusiasm of the crowd and stole the night away. In true style, lead singer Tom Ogden, performed in a Michael Jackson Thriller-style costume—he definitely looked the part for Halloween!

It wasn't only Blossoms who blew the crowd over, Zara Larsson had brought a feisty and energetic vibe to the fans.

Playing some of her UK Top 10 singles, such as Never Forget You and her most recent chart-topper Lush Life, the rave continued through the night.

This year, Vevo Halloween has definitely pulled out all of the stops, bringing the people of Liverpool (and from around the UK) a unique mixture of genres from some of the best upcoming artists of 2017, from soul pop to techno hop.

Vevo Halloween took the life out of the crowd by the end of the night, after they experienced Liverpool’s biggest Halloween party.

You can check out Purple Revolver's interview with Blossoms here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALVL6C7KSG8


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