Twenty One Pilots’ Set Gets Cut Short At BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend | Music News
Twenty One Pilots fans were left wanting more on Saturday afternoon (May 28) when their Big Weekend set was cut short for safety reasons, according to BBC Radio 1. Tyler Joseph – one half of Twenty One Pilots – is known for running around and climbing things when he performs, and this was exactly why they were told to stop. Fans took to social media to express their disappointment.
However, what the boys did deliver was intoxicating; Joseph climbed into the crowd in the first few minutes, and drummer Joshua Dun back-flipped off the piano. The band perform at Reading and Leeds Festival this August, so let’s hope that the same thing doesn’t happen there! Watch Twenty One Pilots perform the majority of “Car Radio” at Radio 1’s Big Weekend below:
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