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Gallery: Conan Gray concert

By Alice Naland

March 15, 2019 3:51 pm

UCLA alum Conan Gray made a stop at El Rey Theatre with opener Girl in Red in the first of two Los Angeles shows.

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Girl in Red dons a gay pride flag thrown from the audience during her song “Girls.” During her set, she called for people to accept themselves, and congratulated a girl in the audience for coming out.

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Girl in Red floats above the crowd after stage diving during her last song of the night.

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Conan Gray jumps into his set with “Generation Why,” the lead single off his debut EP, Sunset Season. Gray started out singing covers on YouTube before releasing original music.

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Gray told the crowd he penned “Lookalike” about situations where you can’t seem to lose feelings for someone.

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Gray plays guitar for “The Other Side” while the crowd hold up posters in support.

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Gray leans towards the crowd while hitting a note during “Greek God.”

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Gray smiles while singing “Idle Town,” his track about growing up in a small town in Texas.

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Gray addresses the crowd near the end of “Idle Town.”

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A departure from the rest of his set, Gray covered Avril Lavigne’s 1995 hit “Sk8er Boi” midway through the show.

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Earlier this year, Gray opened for Panic! At The Disco before setting out for his own tour this month.

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Gray belts out a note during the chorus of “Grow.”

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Gray looks into the audience during his last song of the night. He ended his set with his biggest hit “Crush Culture.”

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