The Killers Camden, New Jersey Susquehanna Bank Center

What an awesome show this was! The Killers are one of the best rock bands that are still around today. This show was at the Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden, New Jersey. This was my second time seeing The Killers. They are a great band to see live. Having seen them a couple of times already, I went into this concert knowing it would be pretty good. This was probably the best show I’ve seen by them. They played for nearly three hours and the setlist was great. They came here on their Battle Born World Tour. Battle Born was the album they released in 2012 and they did a world tour for that album later in 2013. The Killers played a few songs from the new album, but still played the major hits, like “Mr. Brightside” and “All These Things That I’ve Done.”

The Killers just bring a lot of energy to the show. They really like making sure the crowd is involved and moving throughout. They always want everyone singing their songs with them. Leading vocalist, Brandon Flowers always does whatever he can to make sure the crowd is loving every second of the show. The Killers are one of my favorite bands that are still around today and I always love seeing them when they come. It is a show that you can go see even if you don’t know the music because you will still enjoy it and probably leave wanting to listen to more of them.

The Killers put on a show that I thought had a lot of cool things that came with it. While they played “All These Things That I’ve Done,” a lot of confetti was shooting out off of the stage. The Killers are now a band I have to see every time they come around. It was an awesome show in a great venue!

Overall, The Killers played to a nearly sold-out crowd at the Susquehanna Bank Center and rocked the place. This was absolutely an awesome show that I think everyone would enjoy. The Killers are a band you will want to add to your list of concerts to attend.

Concert Rating: 8/10 (Very Good!)

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