Who: Twenty One Pilots, Bear Hands
When: May 28, 2019
Where: Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, ON
Twenty One Pilots (TØP) brought their Bandito Tour to Toronto this week for an incredible show at Scotiabank Arena. After the Raptors won Game 6 last Saturday and moved on to the NBA finals, TØP was forced to cancel their second show to make way for Toronto’s basketball team. Nonetheless, the band still put on a spectacular show featuring fire, backflips, a crowd-surfing drum kit, and of course intimate moments as well.
Brooklyn, NY’s Bear Hands opened the show:
TØP’s set started with a curtain drop revealing a person dressed in the band’s signature green and yellow and carrying a burning torch. After making their way around the stage, the torch bearer exited while the band’s Josh Dun and Tyler Joseph appeared and kicked the show off with “Jumpsuit”:
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