Jake Miller at the El Rey – Photo Gallery

Jake Miller at the El Rey Theatre. Photo by Genesia Ting for the Los Angeles Beat.

Jake Miller at the El Rey Theatre. Photo by Genesia Ting for the Los Angeles Beat.

With the ‘Dazed and Confused Tour,’ coming quickly to a close, we want to share with our viewers what Jake Miller’s LA show was like.  Expect a packed venue, with lines wrapping around the whole block outside.  You can expect crazy fans, so crazy even – that I was almost injured by an excited fangirl.  Alex Angelo, a 14-year old DJ, and Jasmine Villegas, the 21-year old pop sensation were extremely enthusiastic and entertaining openers.  Some highlights: Angelo (sort of) stage dived, and Villegas gave an endearing happy birthday message to one of her biggest fans in the house.

Jake Miller definitely knows how to put on a show and keep the hype going throughout.  His set was very well put together: he began with one of his popular hits, “Lion Heart,” and the confetti canons went off within the very first minute.  He then performed several other club bangers, including title track “Rumors,” “Party in the Penthouse,” and “Yellow Lights,” while sprinkling in some older songs for his “Day 1” fans.  Miller also demonstrated his talent for quick rapping while covering “HYFR” by Drake and Lil’ Wayne.  He brought out Nikki Flores, who was featured on two of his songs, to perform as well.  During one of his newer songs, “Shake It,” he brought many of his friends onstage to groove with – including Jack Johnson and Jack Gilinsky (Jack and Jack), Andrea Russett, Wesley Stromberg, Becky G, Kalin White (of Kalin and Myles), Madison Beer, Erik Griffin (from the show Workaholics), and many more.  The ‘Dazed and Confused Tour’ LA date was definitely one to remember.

All photos are by Genesia Ting for the Los Angeles Beat.

You can view larger HD photos here.

Genesia Ting

About Genesia Ting

Genesia Ting is a product designer by day and concert photographer by evening. She enjoys discovering new eateries in the Los Angeles area, hiking by the coast, and exploring different parts of LA.
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