Anne-Marie bathed the Leeds crowd in sunshine on Thursday, even as the stars twinkled overhead at Millennium Square. Her infectious energy and powerful vocals transformed the historic venue into a giant dance party, proving why she’s one of pop’s hottest stars.

The concert kicked off with a bang as the opening notes of “Alarm” ripped through the air. Anne-Marie didn’t waste a second, jumping right into a perfectly choreographed routine with her dancers. The setlist was a perfect blend of her infectious hits and some deeper cuts from her latest album “Unhealthy.” Fan favorites like “2002” and “FRIENDS” had the entire crowd singing along, while newer tracks like “UNHEALTHY” showcased the singer’s impressive vocal range and emotional depth.

One of the highlights of the night was Anne-Marie’s stage presence. She interacted effortlessly with the crowd, sharing stories and jokes between songs. Her genuine warmth and humor added a personal touch to the show, making it feel like a giant singalong with a friend.

The concert wasn’t just about belting out pop anthems. Slower songs like “Beautiful” and “Cry Baby” showcased Anne-Marie’s vulnerability and songwriting talent. These moments of emotional honesty created a beautiful contrast to the high-energy dance numbers.

The night ended on a high note with an encore performance of “Psycho.” Leaving the crowd buzzing with excitement, the concert was a testament to Anne-Marie’s undeniable talent and infectious energy. She truly brought the summer vibes to Millennium Square, creating an unforgettable night for Leeds.

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