[Photos] Danielle Ponder Smashes at the Little

Danielle Ponder and the Tomorrow People are one one of the fastest growing bands in the area. They’ve played top local venues and even travel but on Friday many are calling their performance for the Little’s Concert Series one of the best so far.

The concert explored racial and criminal justice, feminism and liberation. But underneath all of it? Love. According to the Little, self-love, love for there and love for change were three “anchoring themes of her music.” And when she wasn’t singing for justice, her outfits spoke for her. Wearing t-shirts that said “Love and Justice” or nodding to Black Lives Matter, Ponder was a show vocally and visually.

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The show sold out days in advance. It wasn’t their first time playing there; the band and the Little partnered on another concert in September 2016. Visit the band’s website to learn more and see their next shows.

 

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