Yung Gravy performed to a sold-out show of screaming fans at The Wilma on Nov. 4.

The concert started with a line stretched from North Higgins and around the block to Sweet Peaks on Front Street. As concert doors opened, audience members rushed to the front of the venue to get the best vantage point.

Yung Gravy's live performance began around 8:00 p.m. with Tiiiiiiiiiip, Yung Gravy’s DJ, warming up the crowd with songs such as “Footloose” and “Dancing Queen.”

Thirty minutes later, Yung Gravy took to the stage sporting a pink robe and greeted his adoring fans by rapping a few of his hit songs. The Minnesota rapper interacted with the crowd numerous times throughout the show as he threw boxes of Fruity Pebbles and Hostess cakes into the audience.

Concert goers seemed to eat up the rapper's shenanigans as Gravy prompted the crowd to chant “Fuck the 'Cats.”

Yung Gravy also recited a story about how he was in Missoula when he recorded a hit song that started off his journey to stardom.

As the night winded down, Yung Gravy sang to a slow song as he lowered himself into the crowd to pass out roses to swooning members of the audience.