Thirty Seconds to Mars kicked off their show with “Monolith,” where their elaborate stage set underwent a neat transformation. “Dallas Texas, make some fucking noise,’ Jared Leto said, and continued with “Up in the Air.”
After telling everybody to get down, he immediately broke into “Kings and Queens.” “New York City,” he exclaimed. “How are you feeling out there?” he asked, and was dancing around the stage. Following the warm reception of “King and Queens,” he reiterated his gratitude multiple times to the crowd. “Thank you, thank you, thank you,” Jared Leto said.
They showed the rebellious side on “This Is War,” as giant balls bounced around the venue. “Anybody heard a song called ‘Dangerous Night’?” Jared asked, and showcased his rich, smooth vocals on the tune, as well as his strong storytelling ability. “Are you having a good time?” he subsequently asked, and the answer was a resounding “yes.”
“Hail to the Victor” was the song that touched his listeners on an emotional level, and he encouraged them to put their hands up in the air. “Get your hands up,” Jared exclaimed.
Overall, Thirty Seconds to Mars did a phenomenal job performing. It is evident that Jared Leto and his brother, Shannon, are like fine wine, where they only get better with age and experience. It was an awesome, top-notch musical experience that is recommended for all fans of rock music and Thirty Seconds to Mars. Jared Leto showcased his eccentric yet irresistible personality, as well as his tremendous stage presence throughout the night; moreover, their energy level was infectious.