Emilie Autumn Danced in a Wheelchair and Other Choice Moments from Her Concert at Revolution Live, Fort Lauderdale

Categories: Concert Review
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Ian Witlen
As musician and performer Emilie Autumn moves into the next phase of her career -- taking her act to a London stage -- the growth is apparent in her newest tour Fight Like a Girl. More of a theatrical performance than a concert, her show at Revolution this weekend had costumes dripping in sequins, and the glitz was paired with rousing bits of comedic theater in between songs. But, even though the music was stripped down, with Emilie Autumn performing solo, it was still a captivating experience, as she packs a pair of serious pipes that most couldn't match.

And despite the lacking attendance at last night's show, you'd never know the places wasn't full as Emilie Autumn and her Bloody Crumpets performed as if it were to a sold out arena. Here are the five wildest, sexiest, and weirdest moments from Emilie Autumn's Fort Lauderdale performance.

See also:
- Photos: Emilie Autumn at Revolution Live
- Emilie Autumn on Fight Like a Girl: "It's About Taking Back Your Power"

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Ian Witlen
5. The costumes and stage set up.
While most musicians or bands just play in a T-shirt and jeans, and usually have their name on a backdrop or lit up sign, Emilie Autumn's setup the opposite of lackluster. With attention to every detail from the enormous platforms and cages on stage to the last drop of sequin hanging on the back of the corset, there is no corner or seam left untouched.

Location Info


Revolution Live

100 SW 3rd Ave., Fort Lauderdale, FL

Category: Music

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