Gallery: Muse, Thirty Seconds to Mars, and PVRIS

After seven years, Grammy award winning alt-rock band Muse finally made their way back to “The Big Easy” on June 8th, 2017 and like most good things they were well worth the wait. The show kicked off at Bold Sphere Music at Champions Square with Massachusetts rockers PVRIS (pronounced Paris) followed by the Jared Leto fronted band Thirty Seconds to Mars.  

After a short break to set up Muse took to the stage. The British rockers played well known hits like “Madness,” “Supermassive Black Hole” and “Uprising” as well as their latest single “Dig Down” which has been released in advance of their 8th album. To see Muse live is not only a musical experience, but also a visual one. The stage was littered with stacked LED screens that displayed mesmerizing patterns and scenes. It was clear from the packed out crowds’ cheering and singing that this was a show to be remembered.
 

Muse

 

 

Thirty Seconds to Mars

 

 

PVRIS

 


 

Photos by Jennifer Devereaux.

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A Mississippi native, Jennifer grew up with a camera in her hand and a passion for music. She moved from Starkville to Hattiesburg in 2006 and while working at a large electronics retailer, soon began pursuing her dream of photographing some of the biggest names in music history including, Paramore, KISS, Slash and Foo Fighters. When she is not in the photo pit shooting rock stars, she’s skating on the flat track as a veteran jammer for the Hub City Derby Dames or helping take care of her three mini me’s with her husband, Scott.

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