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Maggie Lindemann – Bluebird Theater – Denver (A Concert Review)

Maggie Lindemann – Bluebird Theater – Denver, CO – March 30, 2023

Following the release of her debut album, Maggie Lindemann brought the Suckerpunch World Tour to the Bluebird Theatre in Denver, Colorado on March 30th. Most might recognize the Texas-born singer from her bright, 2017 pop single “Pretty Girl,” which has amassed over 800 million streams on Spotify.

In recent years, Lindemann has changed her tune to a darker, edgier style. Pop-punk and rock are the main influences of her music, the best examples being her 2021 EP “Paranoia” and her first full-length album Suckerpunch, released in September of last year.

Joining Lindemann on tour was Kailee Morgue, an alternative-indie artist from Phoenix, Arizona. Her clean vocals accompanied by energetic drums, played by Molly Rose, made for a strong performance to start the night off with. After Morgue had finished, you could feel the energy in the room rise as fans stared at the empty stage in anticipation.

Maggie Lindemann began her set with the heaviest track off Suckerpunch titled “Take Me Nowhere.” Bathed in moody green light, she danced around the stage as the crowd erupted. She followed up with the songs “Scissorhands” and “Self-Sabotage,” carrying the high-energy momentum brought by the opening track.

Dressed in camo pants and a white t-shirt that read “No Homie Discounts,” Lindemann dazzled the audience from start to finish. Bluebird Theatre was not the only venue she managed to pack full of adoring fans. The majority of dates on her World Tour were already sold out before she even got on the road. It is clear that fans, especially in Denver, have a special place in their hearts for Maggie Lindemann. She smiled widely between songs, gazing down at the crowd in admiration as they cheered for her.

As the night came to a close, fans continued to jump, cry, and sing loudly along to their favorite songs until the house lights came on. My personal favorite tracks of the night were “Self-Sabotage” and “Hear Me Out” which she performed back-to-back. These two songs in particular require a strong vocalist and Lindemann delivered. The next time Maggie Lindemann comes to your area, I would recommend getting tickets as soon as possible. This is not an artist you’ll want to miss out on.

Lexi Caiola

Copyright ©2023 All rights reserved. Posted: April 1, 2023.

Photos by Lexi Caiola © 2023. All rights reserved.

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