Cub Sport

Forum, Melbourne

Cub Sport’s performance at The Forum in Melbourne on the 8th of September was nothing short of a transcendent experience. As the lights dimmed and the anticipation in the air grew, the stage came alive with the enchanting presence of lead singer Tim Nelson and the band. From the first note, it was clear that the night was going to be something special.

The band’s musical prowess was on full display as they effortlessly navigated through a setlist that spanned their discography. The seamless blend of indie pop and electronic elements created a mesmerising sonic landscape that enveloped the audience. Songs like “Come Out” and “Confessions” sent waves of euphoria through the crowd, while the more intimate moments, like “Hawaiian Party” and “Party Pill,” showcased the vulnerability and emotional depth in their lyrics.

What truly set this performance apart was the palpable connection between Cub Sport and their fans. Tim Nelson’s candid conversations with the audience between songs created an atmosphere of genuine intimacy, making each person in the room feel like they were part of something truly special. The inclusive and accepting energy of the night was a testament to Cub Sport’s commitment to creating a safe and welcoming space for all.

In the end, Cub Sport at The Forum was a night of music, love, and acceptance that left an indelible mark on everyone fortunate enough to be in attendance. It was a reminder of the transformative power of live music and the ability of artists like Cub Sport to inspire and connect with their audience on a profound level.


Words and images by Monique Pizzica


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