Fall Out Boy play tiny show at London Dungeon

Just 80 fans enjoy spooky, intimate session

Fall Out Boy played their smallest ever UK show at the London Dungeon last night (October 23).

The show came just a day after the emo heroes played a triumphant set at Wembley Arena in the same city.

The first ever concert to take place at the ghoulish tourist attraction was watched by just 80 people, made up of competition winners, fan club members and selected media.

The band played a hit-packed, 35-minute set, taking the stage just after 10.30pm (BST).

Opening with ‘Thnx Fr Th Mmrs’, the four-piece seemed in playful mood, allowing fans to dictate the setlist to a certain extent. Frontman Patrick Stump admitted: “We’re pulling these out of our asses.”

The band performed new single ‘I Don’t Care’, and while no other songs from forthcoming album ‘Folie a Deux’ were performed, they did pump out the album’s hidden track, acoustic ballad ‘Lullaby’, during a tuning gap before the final track.

The show ended with Pete Wentz surfing forward into the crowd.

Fall Out Boy played:

‘Thnks Fr Th Mmrs’

‘Homesick At Space Camp’

‘Grand Theft Autumn’

‘Dead On Arrival’

‘This Ain’t A Scene, It’s An Arms Race’


‘I Don’t Care’


‘Dance, Dance’


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