Watch Arcade Fire Play ‘We’ Songs & More In New Orleans: Pro-Shot Full Show Video
View the full AT&T Block Party performance for the 2022 NCAA March Madness Music Festival.
Arcade Fire shared official video footage of their full AT&T Block Party performance featuring songs from their upcoming new album, We. The pro-shot video was recorded on April 1 at Woldenberg Park in New Orleans for the 2022 NCAA March Madness Music Festival.
The show began with the We single “The Lightning I, II.” The song (or songs) made its live debut at the band’s Ukraine benefit concert, also held in New Orleans on March 14. Arcade Fire’s setlist on April 1 also included the We track “Age of Anxiety II (Rabbit Hole),” which made its debut at a private performance in New Orleans on March 13.
Arcade Fire concluded their NCAA March Madness Music Festival headlining show with their anthemic “Wake Up,” which saw members of legendary New Orleans-based group Preservation Hall Jazz Band leading a parade through the audience. Earlier in the same encore, fellow NOLA-based group, the renowned Original Pinettes Brass Band accompanied Arcade Fire on “Electric Blue” from 2017’s Everything Now.
The headliner’s setlist contained more selections from 2004’s Funeral, “Rebellion (Lies)” in the main set and “Haiti” during the encore, as well as main set offerings of “Intervention” and “No Cars Go” from 2007’s Neon Bible. Also chosen were songs from 2010’s The Suburbs, “Ready to Start,” “The Suburbs,” “The Suburbs (Continued)” and during the encore “Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains).”
Additionally, the main set presented “Afterlife” and the title track from 2013’s Reflektor, as well as “Generation A,” which was released in 2020.
Watch pro-shot full show video of Arcade Fire’s April 1 concert in New Orleans below:
Arcade Fire at Woldenberg Park
- The Lightning I
- The Lightning II
- Rebellion (Lies)
- Generation A
- No Cars Go
- Ready to Start
- The Suburbs
- The Suburbs (Continued)
- Age of Anxiety II (Rabbit Hole)
- Creature Comfort
- Everything Now (Continued)
- Everything Now
- Electric Blue
- Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains)
- Wake Up
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