Tame Impala 03 September 2016: Greek theatre, berkeley

The opening act, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, played its hit "Multi-Love," along with groovy ballad “So Good at Being in Trouble.”

Pianist Quincy McCrary displayed his talents with "The World is Crowded."

Stage crew in lab coats tested the lighting and sound system before the headliners came on stage.

Tame Impala entered accompanied by a stunning light display and kicked off the night with its ethereal tune "Nangs."

Vivid, abstract lighting design added an important visual element to the concert experience.

Confetti exploded from the front of the stage as the band played synth-driven "Let It Happen."

"Eventually" incorporated harmonious vocals and synth with powerful drums to produce a crowd favorite and a cathartic moment.

To close out the night, Tame Impala played Beatles-esque "Apocalypse Now."

More confetti accompanied the encore: the airy “Feels Like We Only Go Backwards” was followed by energetic, bass-heavy “New Person, Same Old Mistakes” and thunderous applause.

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