Disturbed headlines an unforgettable evening in West Palm Beach, Florida

Last night’s concert at the iThink Financial Amphitheater in West Palm Beach was an electrifying experience filled with powerful performances and a passionate crowd. The lineup featured three incredible acts, starting with Jinjer, who set the tone for an unforgettable night. Tatiana’s vocals were out of this world, so powerful. Jinjer consists of: Tatiana Shmailyuk – vocals, Roman Ibramkhalilov – guitars, Eugene Abdukhanov – bass, Vladislav Ulasevish – drums.

As the sun set, Breaking Benjamin took the stage, captivating the audience with their signature sound. Their hits like “The Diary of Jane” and “Breath” had everyone singing along, creating an intense energy in the crowd. Breaking Benjamin is Keith Wallen, Shaun Foist, Aaron Bruch, Jasen Rauch, and Benjamin Burnley. It was great to see Benjamin’s 9yr old son playing guitar in the background,

Then came the moment everyone had been eagerly awaiting; Disturbed’s grand entrance. The atmosphere instantly intensified as the band kicked off with “Are You Ready,” unleashing a barrage of raw energy that engulfed the crowd. Front man David Draiman’s commanding vocals and stage charisma held the audience in awe throughout the night. Members include David Draiman, John Moyer, Dan Donegan, Mike Wengren.

From “Down with the Sickness” to “Indestructible,” Disturbed’s performance was a powerful combination of hard-hitting rock anthems and emotionally charged ballads. Their stage setup, complete with stunning visuals and pyrotechnics, added another layer of excitement to the already electric atmosphere.

There were a couple of memorable moments during of the night, The first was when front man David Draiman broke down after showing a suicide prevention video while singing “a Reason to fight”. He opened up about his inner battles with suicidal thoughts and credits his son for keeping him here. Also, Disturbed performed several covers including a cover of Genesis’s “Land of Confusion” and their powerful acoustic rendition of Simon & Garfunkel’s “The Sound of Silence.”

The bond between the band members was evident, creating a seamless and engaging performance that resonated with the fans. Disturbed’s passion for their music and appreciation for their audience shone through, forging a deep connection with everyone present.

As the concert ended with their encore performance, the crowd erupted with cheers and applause, reluctant to let the night end. Disturbed, Breaking Benjamin, and Jinjer delivered an unforgettable evening, leaving fans with lasting memories.

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