Sometimes one of the best parts of going to a show is the people watching. Tailgating in the Comcast Center parking lot always gives you a great view of the fascinating assortment of characters that show up to see certain artists perform. As you can imagine, Radiohead drew in a pretty broad spectrum – from the middle-aged group of ladies to a teenager wearing what I’m fairly sure was a fake prison jumpsuit.
In this case, it was the show that was the best part of going to the show. Radiohead graced the stage for over two hours, filling the pre-thunderstorm air with their trademark spacey, eclectic sound that has rightfully earned them a cult-like fan base over their 27 year career. The largest crowd I’ve ever seen at the Comcast Center was treated to the following setlist:
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