Jimmy Eat World play second set at Carling Weekend: Reading Festival

The US band play 'encore' after two-and-a-half hours

Jimmy Eat World play second set at Carling Weekend: Reading Festival
Jimmy Eat World played their second set in a day (August 24) at the Carling Weekend: Reading Festival tonight.

Having played on the main stage this afternoon, the band headlined the Lock-Up Stage this evening.

The band clearly revelled in their two sets, earlier telling NME.COM in a video interview that the festival was among the world's best events.

Packing the tent to the rafters, there was plenty of crowd surfing and sing-a-longs as the band played the gig which they termed as an "encore after a two and half hour delay" following their earlier set.

Jimmy Eat World played:

'Praise Chorus'
'Crush'
'If You Don't Panic'
'Aesthetic'
'Polaris'
'Kill'
'Electable'
'Thinking'
'17'
'Disintergration'
'For Me This Is Heaven'
'Sky Harbour'
'Big Casino'
'No Sensitivity'
'23'
'Sweetness'


Check back to NME.COM all weekend for backstage reports, interviews, gossip and news from Carling Weekend: Reading and Leeds Festivals.

Plus:
see NME.COM's Carling Weekend: Reading And Leeds Festival picture galleries now.

Check out our live reviews straight from the Carling Weekend: Leeds Festival's key stages. We'll have updates after every performance on the:

Main Stage
NME/Radio 1 Stage
Carling Stage

So keep checking throughout the weekend for the latest live reports.

Head to our full Carling Weekend: Reading And Leeds Festivals index now.

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