After completing eight shows on their U.S. tour, six-piece K-pop group P1Harmony performed their final show at the largest venue on their tour, San Jose Civic Center. Before the concert even began, the theater was buzzing with excitement as fans loudly sang P1Harmony’s latest title track, “Do It Like This,” in unison. Once the group stepped on stage, they immediately set the tone with swagger. Opening with a slew of energetic tracks, the band invigorated the crowd with their haughty attitude in “Pyramid” and their cool and relaxed performance of “Bop,” especially during the addictive chorus.
Giving the audience a chance to see different sides of the group, P1Harmony prepared solo and unit stages. Soul was up first with an impressive freestyle dance. Although he was alone on stage, he dominated the space, comfortably making use of every corner and hitting every beat and the in-between with fluid, powerful moves. The theatrical nature of his performance was reminiscent of a street dancer and engaged the audience in a completely different way from the usual precisely choreographed performances of an idol. Offering a surprising contrast, Jiung and Theo sang a cover of Justin Bieber’s “Off My Face.” While the sentimental performance consisted of sweet vocals and gentle acoustic guitar harmonies, that did not stop the crowd from screaming in appreciation. Rounding off the unit stages with a hip hop performance of “Big Three,” Jongseob, Keeho and Intak brought back the vibe the group’s been bringing the entire concert. Their playful, confident rap had the audience jumping along to the smooth flows and heavy bass. All in all, these stages showed off how well-rounded the group is.