Arctic Monkeys invigorate at Mitchell pavillion
October 31, 2014
The Arctic Monkeys got Houstonians pumped as they took to the stage at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on Thursday night. | Justin Tijerina/ The Cougar
Front man Alex Turner had the ladies swooning all throughout the performance. | Justin Tijerina/ The Cougar
Drummer Matt Helders held his own and had great synergy with his fellow band mates. | Justin Tijerina/ The Cougar
Guitarist Jamie Cook’s performance was as sleek as his outfit. | Justin Tijerina/ The Cougar
Bass guitarist Nick O’ Malley turned the rhythm up. | Justin Tijerina/ The Cougar
The audience kept asking for more even after the last song and the monkeys came back to perform an encore. | Justin Tijerina/ The Cougar
The night was refreshing and cool as indie rock group Arctic Monkeys performed Thursday night at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion.
The Woodlands was the second to last stop as part of their North American tour. The massive crowd seemed to be synchronized as everyone swayed and sang along to some of the band’s best known songs, including “Flourescent Adolescent,” “All My Own Stunts” and “Why’d You Only Call Me When You Are High?”
The group had a great on stage presence and synergy. It was so enthralling that the concert seemed to be over way too soon. The effects of the stage lights were also impeccable and very few if any at all were disappointed.