On Sunday, gender fluid multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter Tash Sultana lit up the stage at Pier 17 in New York for an unforgettable performance.
It was a beautiful Sunday evening surrounded by sun and summer and the buzz of the NYC Pride parade when Tash Sultana's world tour made its stop in NYC. Tash was set to take the stage at Pier 17 on the eve of pride and the weather could not have been more favorable for show goers who began to pack the rooftop at 89 South St.
Tash started off their set by playing Big Smoke to a crowd who instantly erupted in cheer as they made their way through songs from Flow State to Terra Firma and of course classics from Notion. Tash even treated the audience to an unreleased song and a beautiful duet with their opener Josh Cashman. From the moment Tash played their first chord til the moment they ended their set Tash had the crowd in the palm of their hands. This was further proven towards the end of the night when while performing their classic Jungle Tash immediately stopped the show for a fan to receive medical attention. Tash instructed the crowd to make a path for medics to treat the fan and just like a scene straight out of the Bible Tash parted the crowd allowing for the audience member to be taken care of. By the end of the night fireworks could even be seen blasting in the distance as they capped off their performance with the likes of Notion and Jungle, further adding to the magic of the evening. Tash proved yet again why attending their show is the best way to spend a night in nyc when they're in town.
See the photos by Drew Martin from Tasha Sultana's concert below.