UCLA alum Conan Gray made a stop at El Rey Theatre with opener Girl in Red in the first of two Los Angeles shows.
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.
Girl in Red floats above the crowd after stage diving during her last song of the night.
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.
Gray told the crowd he penned “Lookalike” about situations where you can’t seem to lose feelings for someone.
Gray plays guitar for “The Other Side” while the crowd hold up posters in support.
Gray leans towards the crowd while hitting a note during “Greek God.”
Gray smiles while singing “Idle Town,” his track about growing up in a small town in Texas.
Gray addresses the crowd near the end of “Idle Town.”
A departure from the rest of his set, Gray covered Avril Lavigne’s 1995 hit “Sk8er Boi” midway through the show.
Earlier this year, Gray opened for Panic! At The Disco before setting out for his own tour this month.
Gray belts out a note during the chorus of “Grow.”
Gray looks into the audience during his last song of the night. He ended his set with his biggest hit “Crush Culture.”