Bazzi’s career has come a long way since his musical beginnings on Vine in 2015, and his Halloweekend performance at House of Blues Boston felt like a celebration of his journey.
Bazzi basks in the rapidly changing colored stage lights.
“How cool is it that we are all here to enjoy music together and have fun,” Bazzi said.
Alternative pop-rock singer Seb Torgus was Bazzi's opening act.
Bazzi was dressed to look like the legendary Elvis Presley from his 1957 film “Jailhouse Rock.”
Bazzi at his Halloweekend performance at House of Blues Boston.
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