Better Oblivion Community Center Performing at the Agora

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Last night, Conor Oberst and Phoebe Bridgers brought their new project, Better Oblivion Community Center to the Agora. The band spent around an hour crooning to Cleveland, working through a setlist that covered Bright Eyes' tunes as well as BOCC originals. During "Exception to the Rule," Oberst and Bridgers sat on the edge of the stage, hitting beach balls into the crowd. "Dylan Thomas" had the crowd singing along as Oberst and Bridgers sang, their shoulders against one another as they strummed their guitars toward one another.

03/25/2019

Photos by Amber Patrick