Twenty One Pilots Puts On Blazing Hot Performance In Charlotte
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Twenty One Pilots gave the near sold-out crowd at the Spectrum Center what they were looking for: a 23-song set list, an amazing light show, two stages and a car fire.
The show was energy packed from beginning to end.
The show started with Dun walking out carrying a torch before he got behind his drum kit and started playing one of their hit songs, Jumpsuit, from their new album “Trench.”
The band then played Levitate as a car sitting in the middle of the stage burst into flames.
The nearly two-hour set was packed with the band’s massive hits including: Stressed Out, Heathens, Lane Boy, and many more.
Highlights of the show:
A massive catwalk that appeared from the rafters which allowed Joseph and Dun to walk above the crowd to get to a second stage where they played: Smithereens, Neon Gravestones, Bandito, and Pet Cheetah.
A light show that proves the sky is the limit when it comes to the budget of their “Bandito” tour.The band also took crowdsurfing to a whole new level as Dun covered The White Stripes’ Seven Nation Army while playing drums on a board that was being held up by fans in the pit.
And did I mention the car that was set on fire on the stage?! Yea, it was awesome!
- Fairly Local
- Stressed Out
- We Don’t Believe What’s On TV
- The Hype
- Lane Boy
- Nico and the Niners
- Neon Gravestones
- Pet Cheetah
- Holding on to You
- Cut My Lip
- My Blood
- Car Radio
- Leave the City
The tour continues on June 14th at Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Florida.
**Bear Hands opened for Twenty One Pilots at The Spectrum Center in Charlotte, North Carolina.