Northern California’s Hottest Radio Show of 2014: Concert Review [@5SOS @ddlovato @nickjonas @JessieJ @charli_xcx @997now]

Earlier this December, Northern California radio station 99.7 hosted their annual music event known as the Triple Ho Show at the SAP Center in San José, California. This year was probably their biggest lineup yet, with some of the hottest artists of today: Charli XCX, Jessie J, Nick Jonas, Demi Lovato, and 5 Seconds of Summer.  With a sold out arena show full of eager and excited fans, Charli XCX started the show with some of her hit singles “Boom Clap” and “Break the Rules”, opening it up to show this concert was one everyone there would never forget. After Charli XCX left the stage, Jessie J was up next. With her crazy amazing vocals and powerful stage presence, the British singer put on an epic set for her first show in the northern California region, including a special guest appearance by Demi Lovato, singing Ariana Grande’s part in Jessie J’s hit single “Bang Bang”. After that epic performance, girls went crazy as soon as heartthrob Nick Jonas came onto the stage singing one of his popular singles, “Chains”, and ending his astounding performance with none other than his hit “Jealous”. When Jonas left the stage, it was Demi Lovato next, turning the arena into one big party with singles like “Neon Lights” and “Made in the USA”. Showing off her vocals and sexy dance moves, Demi was a tough act to follow, but with the headlining act next, they could handle the pressure. The entire arena went absolute bonkers over the hottest new band out there known as 5 Seconds of Summer, also known as 5SOS. The energy in the room blew up with the lads of 5SOS (Luke Hemmings, Michael Clifford, Calum Hood, and Ashton Irwin), as they were running around the stage, jumping off the drum set, and even throwing themselves into the crowd. Ending the night with their single “She Looks So Perfect”, it proved to be one hell of a concert that was a once in a lifetime experience.

To see all the photos from the show visit Max Baker’s flickr: