Fun.'s latest album Some Nights (it's hard to tell if they did that to to be entertaining or if they were trying to be artistic). Luckily, there was no need to worry because the only time I heard it was when the crowd continued singing it at the end of a song, which was amusing.
Janelle Monáe would be a surprise guest, but the song still sounded amazing. Surprisingly, I discovered this song on a blog and later began noticing it was being played everywhere. Shows how little I listen to the radio). The Gambler was sweetly dedicated to the parents of Jack Antonoff (guitarist). Other notable tracks included whimsical Walking the Dog and At Least I'm Not as Sad (As I Used to Be), Queen-inspired All the Pretty Girls, and one of my favorites, Light a Roman Candle with Me (It sounds like a cute date...that I would like to be on...with the singer, Nate Ruess, who is rather attractive in person. He looks like a younger Guy Pearce).
Everyone there were hardcore fans. They knew all the lyrics to songs off Fun.'s last two albums.
Okay, not really that low. Although, I got to hear most of my favorites, they didn't play Out on the Town, I Wanna Be the One, and All Alright.
Set List (out of order)