Eric from West Chester: “Clearly doing their research on the Philadelphia scene, W&W tactfully threw in trap tracks - significantly adding to the ‘oh shit’ factor. W&W ended the show with a hardstyle finale - a fitting end for an incredible show. Throughout the night, W&W went above and beyond expectations.”
Dylan from Lincroft, NJ: “all the DJs knew how to turn the crowd up, and were able to predict when people would need to chill and adjusted the music accordingly.”
Erin from Exton: “I had a great time because although it was crowded, the music motivated me to keep moving so I was always able to find space to dance and have a good time. W&W are not an act to miss in the future, they absorbed the crowd’s energy only to radiate it back towards them making the whole show an incredible experience.”
When talking to a crowd of people who were visiting from Long Island, NY someone yelled about how “the last half hour of the night solidified everything they came down to see”; everyone in the group agreed.
Adam from WCU brought his girlfriend for her first show. “I immediately fell in love with the scene and felt connected by the shared energy emitting from the crowd.”
Morgan from Harrisburg: “ I loved the show mostly because of the high energy and level of variety as the opening dj’s mixed different styles of music. This was a pleasant surprise as I was expecting mostly big room house.”