“Singing all my songs to bedroom mirrors, deep inside my heart I am still here”

Black Veil Brides frontman Andy Black returned to the UK to celebrate his most recent release “The Ghost of Ohio”, bringing drag artist Adore Delano to create one big party.

The queue outside Birmingham’s o2 Institute was pretty hefty by the time we arrived, with fans happily waiting in the rain in order to gain a place near the front. Both drag and music fans (or both) collided together for the evening, each one showing a unique sense of excitement.

Personally, I had been pretty excited to see the announcement that Adore Delano would be joining the tour a while ago – and gathering by the various styles of the crowd, complete with a cute bunch of sunflowers, it had seemed that her fans had also been excited. Delano entered the stage to an array of screams, as she grinned and waved to the audience. Being the one and only support act is a big slot to fill for any artist, but they showed complete confidence. A short but sweet set consisting of some covers that Delano put her own twist on, combined with her own songs, they definitely had the crowd captivated.

 

Adore Delano | © Sarah Maiden