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The Studio at The Factory in Dallas, Texas, was buzzing with anticipation as fans lined up outside, eagerly awaiting a night filled with electrifying performances for The Property Tour. Waterparks, the pop-punk sensation from Houston, was set to headline the show, with direct support from the dynamic indie rockers Hunny, and the talented singer-songwriter Sophie Powers opening the night. The atmosphere was charged with excitement, and the crowd was ready for an unforgettable musical experience.

Sophie Powers took the stage as the opening act, immediately captivating the audience with her soulful vocals and heartfelt lyrics. She effortlessly commanded the room, silencing the chatter and drawing everyone into her intimate world. Her songs were deeply personal and vulnerable, resonating with the crowd and leaving a lasting impression. Sophie's performance set the perfect tone for the night, leaving the audience hungry for more.

Hunny burst onto the stage, infusing the room with their infectious energy and vibrant sound. The California-based band wasted no time in igniting a frenzy, their catchy melodies and irresistible hooks driving the crowd into a frenzy of movement. Lead singer Jason Yarger's charismatic stage presence was magnetic, his powerful vocals reverberating through the venue. Tracks like "Vowels (And the Importance of Being Me)" and "Rebel Red" had the crowd singing along at the top of their lungs, their enthusiasm matched only by the band's infectious enthusiasm. Hunny left the stage amidst thunderous applause, leaving behind a palpable sense of euphoria.

Finally, the moment everyone had been eagerly awaiting arrived as Waterparks took over the stage. From the very first note, the trio commanded the room with their explosive energy and undeniable charisma. Awash in a sea of lights, they delivered a high-octane performance that had the crowd bouncing and moshing from start to finish. Lead vocalist and guitarist Awsten Knight's undeniable stage presence and powerful vocals were a force to be reckoned with, while Geoff Wigington's electrifying guitar solos left the audience in awe. The band effortlessly navigated through their discography, delivering fan favorites like "Royal" and "Turbulent," as well as newer tracks from their latest album. Each song was met with thunderous cheers and a surge of energy from the crowd, creating an electric atmosphere that crackled with excitement.

The Studio at The Factory proved to be the perfect setting for this unforgettable concert experience. The intimate venue allowed for a deep connection between the performers and the audience, making each moment feel personal and immersive. Waterparks, Hunny, and Sophie Powers showcased their remarkable talent, leaving the crowd with a night they would never forget. From the emotional vulnerability of Sophie Powers to the explosive energy of Waterparks, this concert was a testament to the power of live music and its ability to bring people together in a shared moment of pure bliss.

James Coffman

Photojournalist - Dallas

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