Fifth Harmony are proud of 'Reflection' tour: 'We had so much creative control'
'Worth It' hitmakers Fifth Harmony recently finished their 'Reflection' tour in the USA and they have opened up about the jaunt in a brand new interview with Idolator.
Speaking to the site about performing their debut album, 'Reflection', live for their fans - and for the very first time - the beauties admitted it was an amazing experience and they were pleased to have been given so much creative control over the stage show.
Lauren Jauregui explained: “Our first album was out, so we got to tour songs on an album — an actual body of work. So that was our first time touring an album. The production value hiked up majorly. Our choreography, the performance value in terms of the songs we were doing…it was just a much bigger and better show. It sold out, I think, everywhere we went, so that was an incredible feeling.”
Songstress Normani Kordei added: "You definitely have more control. As far as being the boss, we kind of dictated what we wanted the stage to look like as opposed to having only twenty minutes, and you not really being able to be as creative as you’d like. We really just got to incorporate our ideas and our input.”
5H, meanwhile, will perform at this year's L.A. PRIDE event, which is set to be held on June 12-14 and tickets for the exciting event are $25 for a single-day pass and and $40 for a weekend pass. VIP tickets are $65 and $100, respectively.
Watch a recent interview with 5H here:
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