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Review: The Script in Milan!

posted April 21, 2015, 9:11 am by Colasanti Chiara | Filed Under Live Show Reviews, Music News | comment Leave a Comment


The ScriptFrom the US to Japan, through Australia, New Zealand and South Africa: The Script‘s tour arrived in Italy recently. A few weeks ago, we had the chance to warmly welcome the Irish band to Milan. After the great success they had in 2013, the group returned to play the Mediolanum Forum in Assago and the audience that came equipped from every part of Italy, with lots of flags and posters of their favorite songs’, waiting for their moment to sing with Danny O’ Donoghue, Mark Sheehan and Glen Power. Just a few minutes late, the show began and everything became green with balloons, bracelets and lights everywhere as the entrance left the audience speechless.

Countdown on the three screens on the main stage with images from the backstage following the band’s arrival, on “Paint The Town Green”, there were lots of their fans onstage with them, with flags and everything obviously painted green. Song after song, the show goes on without pauses, with just a change of set and the lights and images made the Forum become a real arena. On “Breakeven”, “Before the Worst” and “We Cry”, the audience sang in unison with one voice. You just couldn’t leave your cellphone in your pockets as The Script moved to the stage in the center of the Forum to sing “Never Seen Anything Quite Like You” and Man Who Can’t Be Moved”, which they reminded us, took them to be known worldwide.

The-Script-MilanoThe Irish band’s frontman, Danny O’Donoughue, seemed to not know what “tired” means: he runs everywhere, not only onstage. They expressed their gratitude for their fans throughout the show. An hour and a half of pure amazing and Italy is already waiting for The Script to come back soon.

Thanks to Giulia Ciavarelli for her help!

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