(ANSA) - NEW YORK, DECEMBER 04 - From a few hundred for the debut concert in New York at the Bowery Ballroom in October 2021 to about 2500 people at the Hammerstein Ballroom at the Manhattan Center for the return just over a year later.
IMåneskin stopped again in the Big Apple and made a bang with two sold out concerts as part of the 'LoudKids Tour USA', which kicked off from Seattle in the state of Washington on October 31st and will conclude in Las Vegas on December 16th.
A tour that has also become a 'louder' (which makes even more noise, ed) because given the enormous demand it was necessary to choose larger concert halls and add more dates.
Damiano David (vocals), Victoria DeAngelis (bass), Thomas Raggi (guitar) and Ethan Torchio (drums) have come a long way since, on October 26, 2021, they made their American television debut, guests of the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
Since then the four Italian boys have conquered America and the world.
They are the band for all ages, as demonstrated by the long line of people who occupied several blocks before being able to enter the ManhattanCenter.
Alternating hits old and new, Måneskin made the audience go into a frenzy, even stepping off the stage and walking among the fans.
And an Italian flag, launched during the show, was also waved on stage.
The Italian flag was the starting point for a curtain for Damiano to introduce the single 'MAMMAMIA'.
"We meet a lot of people - he said - and when they introduce us to the conversation he usually goes like this, 'Hi, nice to meet you, where are you from?', 'I'm Italian', 'Oh Italian? Mamma Miaaaa'. So we made a song about it, because from shit you can create flowers, come on, come on".
Before closing the night, dozens of fans took to the stage and danced and sang with the band.
Then it was time for 'The Loneliest', the latest single released in October and which precedes the publication on 20 January 2023 of 'RUSH!', their third album.