When Paramore lunched their gold-certified debut All We Know Is Falling in 2005, the 3 times Grammy-nominated band was shot to international stardom thanks to a strong connection with its fans, same fans that will anxiously be on a Thursday night on April by the winsome and entrancing Waterfront where SunFest takes place year after year.
Lead vocalist Hayley Williams, bassist Jeremy Davis, and guitarist Taylor York are heading to West Palm Beach to perform at SunFest, in a year they are touring America in an intimate Spring tour that the band refers not as a tour because they intend that each night be a different event, a celebration with their fans in a special way.
Paramore loves festivals and they have headlined national and internationally in world-known festivals like: Give It A Name festival in the United Kingdom, and the Australian Soundwave Festival. This year, Grammy Winners Paramore will be in West Palm Beach to put on an unrepeated performance at SunFest infused with their best alternative rock, pop punk, emo, power pop, and pop rock music, featuring hits like: All We Know, Ain’t It Fun, Misery Business, Decode, Daydreaming, and Hate to See Your Heart Break among other award-wining titles.
The band’s stage performances have helped boost them to larger fame and hopefully, West Palm Beach acclaimed SunFest festival, (the largest and most popular Art and Music festival by the Waterfront in Florida), will delight on a gig as only they are used to, pounding their music with infectious enthusiasm.
And why continue talking about what Paramore will bring to SunFest this year when we could instead appreciate by watching these videos what they will award us with on April 30, starting at 8:30 p.m.
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During SunFest, Grammy Winners Paramore Will Be In West Palm Beach. Learn More About the Band from Franklin, Tennessee, Playing at SunFest Thursday April 30
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