Maisie Peters came out with a bang Wednesday night at Roadrunner Theater in Boston, MA, with her hit song “The Good Witch,” the title track from her sophomore album and the name of her tour.
In true witchy fashion, she danced around the stage, singing about her dating history, being young and single in your twenties, and what it’s like to be a girl growing up in this day and age. Her energy and band were electric, and the overwhelmingly female audience was hanging on her every note.
One of my favorite parts of the show was the interactions Maisie had between herself and the crowd. This was the last stop on her North American tour of The Good Witch and she made sure to make it memorable. At one point, she stopped to joke with the audience about the biggest red flags they’d seen in men, and this allowed for some fun back and forth between Maisie and different people in the crowd. All these little moments made the whole concert and experience feel that much more personal and special.
Having listened to Maisie for a few years now, I was excited to see if she would be as good lives as she is on her albums. The answer is a resounding yes! Maisie’s vocals were on point and she fully commanded the stage, bringing life and energy to every corner! Wherever you looked in the theater there were people singing, dancing and overall having the time of their lives.
Maisie performed 18 songs, with most being from her The Good Witch album, along with a few of her recent hit singles she’s released within the past year, including, “Not Another Rockstar,” and “Blonde.” She also paid homage to her debut album with the songs, “Love Him I Don’t,” “John Hughes Movie,” and “I’m Trying (Not Friends).” She finished with an encore of “Lost the Breakup” that had every person in the theater on their feet and screaming the lyrics along with her.
With this being Maisie’s only second headlining tour, I was more than impressed. It’s clear Maisie has the true makings of a pop star and will only continue to grow from here on out. I look forward to seeing her continued success, and I hope to attend another one of her shows in the future.
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