Fetty Wap Embodied Power

Fetty Wap, Post Malone and many other artists gave the Wellmont Theater music goers an energetic performance for Montclair to remember!

Fetty Wap’s performance was nostalgic and exceeded all expectations.

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Photo by Scott Kennedy for The Montclair Dispatch

Fetty Wap’s performance at the Wellmont Theater on Feb. 4 was his first headline show and completely sold out! He’s the first hip-hop artist to perform since the venue’s renovation and re-opening this past October. A great attribute of Fetty Wap is his appreciation for his hometown, Paterson, N.J. He recently performed a free back-to-school concert this past summer.

The line wrapped around Montclair’s STS with the town’s police officers ensuring safety protocols. The Wellmont Theater had arranged free parking for concert-goers at Lackawanna Plaza, located at 294 Bloomfield Avenue in Montclair.

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Photo by Scott Kennedy for The Montclair Dispatch

DJ SDot spun rejuvenating hip-hop hits for audience members to enjoy to keep the momentum high for the main event, Fetty Wap. Opening acts from RGF Productions, just to name a few, includde B’iousha, Housepartyinc and Inas X. Housepartyinc announced that he recently lost his grandmother, but still wanted to perform for the music goers. Numerous artists were given the opportunity to promote their music to truly get discovered. The stage was also filled with many people to support the entertainers and to pump up the crowd.

The Monster Energy Outbreak Tour was Post Malone‘s first tour and he successfully won over the audience with his evident passion for music. He was cool, calm and collected as he livened the fans with his hit singles, “White Iverson” and “Too Young.”

Fetty Wap had the entire venue screaming at the top of their lungs as he walked on stage. He gave the audience exactly what they wanted: an unforgettable show. Every time he performed a song, fans rapped along to show their support. He didn’t fail the music goers at all! As the exhilarating show came to end, Fetty Wap took a knee and graciously thanked the audience. His gratitude was so heartfelt that I personally grew a new found respect for him.

“I still can’t believe I just saw Post Malone and Fetty Wap,” said Kenneth Pariona, huge fan of hip-hop and rap. “This experience is one for the books!”

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Photo by Scott Kennedy for The Montclair Dispatch.

For upcoming performances, check the The Wellmont Theater website, thewellmonttheater.com. To view more photos of the concert by Scott Kennedy, please click here.

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