GRiZ’s ‘Good Will Continue’ Tour Was Full of Funky Vibes and Special Guests: Nashville Review
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GRiZ’s ‘Good Will Continue’ Tour Was Full of Funky Vibes and Special Guests: Nashville Review

Written by Ronnie Loyd.

GRiZ put on a show stopping performance for his SOLD OUT Good Will Continue Tour stop in Nashville. Fans from all over the south traveled to Nashville to see GRiZ play a set that people are sure to be talking about for months. Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end, as the tour closes out tonight in New Orleans.

The openers selected for the tour perfectly set the atmosphere leading up to the headliner himself. There’s no wonder GRiZ selected Muzzy Bear and OPIUO to set the mood for this journey. From start to close, the dancing never ended.

It is no secret that GRiZ has some of the most dedicated fans in electronic music. Out of every show I’ve been to, I’ve never seen a more devoted and passionate group of people in attendance to support their favorite artist. It seemed like everywhere you looked you could see GRiZ t-shirts, jerseys, flags, hats, and even tattoos. Sharing that moment with everyone in the crowd is something special.

The show in Nashville even had a special guest appearance by Nashville locals Cherub. They joined in to perform their song with GRiZ: “PS GFY.” It’s safe to say there wasn’t a single dull moment throughout the entire show. Just in case you didn’t get enough (or could not attend the sold-out show), GRiZ held a special after-party DJ Set that went on until the very early morning hours.


Griz’s last show on this epic tour run is tonight in New Orleans. It is sure to be a spectacular grand finale; this is one event you don’t want to miss!

A special “thank you” to everyone who contributed in making this tour something truly incredible!


Tickets for the New Orleans show are available here.

All photos by Ronnie Loyd.

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