Every time that Bea Miller walks on stage in Chicago, the energy in a venue doubles, if not triples. Fans scream from excitement and even venue security is in awe of the confidence that Miller exudes as she sings on stage.
When Bea Miller took the stage in Chicago on November 8th, 2019, her energy was electric and confident. Singing her heart out, she spared no time with her audience, making sure to individually connect with each one.
Filled with tracks from her entire catalog of music, Miller was a strong force on stage, performing “feel something,” “I Wanna Know,” “motherlove” and more, all while utilizing the entire stage and connecting with her fans throughout her set.
Although the set was short, the moments in between songs were Miller’s strongest as she shared personal stories and moments that each song was inspired by or even inspired. Prior to her performance of “feel something,” Miller connected with the audience by sharing her own personal mental health struggles and how you can feel alone even though you’re in the spotlight.
Vocally, Bea Miller’s Chicago performance was strong and powerful, while flowing gracefully over some of her softer, more gentle tracks. Defying genres and prior expectations, Miller’s performance in Chicago was one of her strongest to date as she captivated the crowd, pulled them closer and related to each one of their own personal struggles. No matter the lyrical content, Miller continued to shine on stage by connecting, which continues to help her create one of the strongest fanbases in music right now.
Check out photos of Bea Miller performing in Chicago below!