It's no wonder Paramore's fans are so loyal to the emo pop band. Singer Hayley Williams talks directly to audience members during shows, and the band even brought up three lucky peeps to sing (and dance awkwadly during) their hit "Misery Business" for the show closer at their concert last night at Dodge Theatre. After fans (including Frankie Muniz of You Hang Up) used their phones to sway during "The Only Exception," they Tweeted what they thought of the show. Here's what some of the audience members were buzzing about. (And read our review here.)
@WilliamMattull- Concert was cool...Paramore rocked the house
@michel513- omg! the paramore concert was awesome! :D it just completed a part of my life!
@Albieeee- amazing concert tonight ladies and gent. Paramore will always hold a place in my heart.
@A8OMB- Words can't even begin to describe how good the Paramore concert was tonight. Best concert I've ever been to in my life. Period
@LipstickLezzzy- I've never experienced anything that amazing
@Yennifer42- That was by far the best time I've ever had at any concert!
@kellydev1013- Paramore might just be the best concert I've ever attended.
@lizetteee- OMFG the Paramore concert was fucking amazing! Oh and i'm in love with Tegan & Sara!
@dennismason- Just got back from the Paramore concert. My favorite band ever, and I'm so glad they're my first concert. It was truly magnificent. :)
@robina- super tired, but not a bad show! paramore def knows how to do a concert, very entertaining.
@Karla059- The Paramore/New Found Glory concert ROCKED! It was def awesome and not my last! P.s. Haley is hilarious!
@tsuvensi07- concert was FUN/Aamazing paramore, tegan and sara & new found glory. gonna go na-night now
@syazzie04- oh man!! the Paramore concert was freakin awesome!! lol i'm all tired now lol
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