Win Butler makes Bon Jovi reference during emotional show
Arcade Fire played their last show of the summer tonight (August 26) at Carling Weekend: Leeds Festival.
Singer Win Butler also made a reference to Bon Jovi during their performance on the main stage.
He told the crowd: “You’ve been singing along to ’Living On A Prayer’,” in reference to the song that was playing on the PA before their set.
After playing ’(Antichrist Television Blues)’ Butler said: “We couldn’t be happier to be at Leeds. This is our last show of the summer so thanks for having us.”
Prior to playing ‘Neighborhood #2 (Laika)’ Butler told the crowd: “This is the first single we ever put out in the UK.”
The band powered through a series of hits before playing closer ’Wake Up’, Butler told the crowd: “We want you to sing this one. You’ve been a wonderful crowd.”
Arcade Fire played:
’Keep The Car Running’
‘(Antichrist Television Blues)’
‘Neighbourhood #2 (Laika)’
‘No Cars Go’
‘Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels)’
‘Neighborhood #3 (Power Out)’
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